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Team information
UCI code FVC
Registered France
Founded 2005 (2005)
Discipline Road
Status UCI Professional Continental
Bicycles BH
Website Team home page
Key personnel
General manager Emmanuel Hubert[1]
Team manager(s) Sébastien Hinault
Roger Trehin[2]
Team name history
Bretagne–Jean Floc'h
Bretagne–Armor Lux
Bretagne–Séché Environnement
Fortuneo–Vital Concept
Fortuneo–Samsic jersey

Fortuneo–Samsic is a Professional Continental cycling team based in Rennes, France that participates in UCI Continental Circuits races and UCI World Tour races when receiving a wild card. The team was founded in 2005 and in 2013 the main sponsor became Séché Environnement, a French waste treatment company.[3]


In 2014 they received a wildcard invitation to the 2014 Tour de France.[4] In September, of the same year, the team announced they had formed a partnership with the amateur cycling team Brest Iroise Cyclisme 2000 (BIC 2000) which will now act as its reserve team.[5] The team took part in the 2015 Tour de France and again in 2016, having been selected as a wildcard once again.[6]

For 2016 and 2017 the team was named Fortuneo Vital Concept.[7][8] On 1 June 2017 Vital Concept announced that it will cease sponsorship after 30 June. Oscaro stepped in as naming sponsor and the team became known as Fortuneo–Oscaro from 1 July.[9] After six months Oscaro stepped aside, being replaced by Samsic, with both naming sponsors signing deals through to the end of the 2020 season.[10] For the 2018 season onwards, the team signed the WorldTour rider Warren Barguil and built the team around him.

Team roster[edit]

Rider Date of birth
 Warren Barguil (FRA) (1991-10-28) 28 October 1991 (age 26)
 Franck Bonnamour (FRA) (1995-06-20) 20 June 1995 (age 23)
 Maxime Bouet (FRA) (1986-11-03) 3 November 1986 (age 31)
 Michael Carbel (DEN) (1995-02-07) 7 February 1995 (age 23)
 Maxime Daniel (FRA) (1991-06-05) 5 June 1991 (age 27)
 Anthony Delaplace (FRA) (1989-09-11) 11 September 1989 (age 29)
 Brice Feillu (FRA) (1985-07-26) 26 July 1985 (age 33)
 Armindo Fonseca (FRA) (1989-05-01) 1 May 1989 (age 29)
 Arnaud Gérard (FRA) (1984-06-10) 10 June 1984 (age 34)
 Élie Gesbert (FRA) (1995-07-01) 1 July 1995 (age 23)
 Romain Hardy (FRA) (1988-08-24) 24 August 1988 (age 30)
Rider Date of birth
 Benoît Jarrier (FRA) (1988-02-01) 1 February 1988 (age 30)
 Romain Le Roux (FRA) (1992-07-03) 3 July 1992 (age 26)
 Kévin Ledanois (FRA) (1993-07-13) 13 July 1993 (age 25)
 Sindre Lunke (NOR) (1993-04-17) 17 April 1993 (age 25)
 Jeremy Maison (FRA) (1993-07-21) 21 July 1993 (age 25)
 Amael Moinard (FRA) (1982-02-02) 2 February 1982 (age 36)
 Pierre-Luc Périchon (FRA) (1987-01-04) 4 January 1987 (age 31)
 Laurent Pichon (FRA) (1986-07-19) 19 July 1986 (age 32)
 Clement Russo (FRA) (1995-01-20) 20 January 1995 (age 23)
 Florian Vachon (FRA) (1985-01-02) 2 January 1985 (age 33)
 Bram Welten (NED) (1997-03-29) 29 March 1997 (age 21)

Major wins[edit]

Stage 3 Tour de Normandie, Stéphane Petilleau
Overall Ruban Granitier Breton, Stéphane Petilleau
Stage 2, Stéphane Petilleau
Stage 5, Charles Guilbert
Overall Tour de Gironde, Charles Guilbert
Stage 1, Charles Guilbert
Stage 2 Route du Sud, Stéphane Petilleau
Stage 3 Boucles de la Mayenne, Charles Guilbert
Overall Tour de l'Ain, Carl Naibo
Stage 3, Carl Naibo
Stage 4, Samuel Plouhinec
Stage 9 Tour de l'Avenir, Carl Naibo
Stage 4 Etoile des Bèsseges, Stéphane Petilleau
Stage 8 Tour de Normandie, Stéphane Petilleau
Stage 1 Tour de Bretagne, David Lelay
Grand Prix de Plumelec-Morbihan, Cédric Hervé
Stage 2 Boucles de la Mayenne, David Lelay
Stage 3 Tour de l'Ain, Noan Lelarge
Stage 2 Tour du Limousin, Noan Lelarge
Stage 2 Tour de la Somme, Noan Lelarge
Stage 3 Tour du Faso, Jean-Luc Delpech
Stage 4 & 9 Tour du Faso, Stéphane Bonsergent
Stage 5 Tour de Normandie, Noan Lelarge
Stage 2 Four Days of Dunkirk, Piotr Zielinski
Polymultipliée Lyonnaise, Noan Lelarge
Stage 2 La Tropicale Amissa Bongo, Stéphane Bonsergent
Stage 5 La Tropicale Amissa Bongo, Jean-Luc Delpech
Paris–Troyes, Jean-Luc Delpech
Overall Tour de Normandie, Antoine Dalibard
Tour du Finistère, David Lelay
Overall Tour de Bretagne, Benoît Poilvet
Stage 5, Benoît Poilvet
Trophée des Grimpeurs, David Lelay
Stage 1 Boucles de la Mayenne, Piotr Zielinski
Stage 2 Route du Sud, Noan Lelarge
Stage 2 Kreiz Breizh Elites, Cyril Gautier
Overall Circuit des Ardennes, Dimitri Champion
Tour du Finistère, Dimitri Champion
Stage 3 Four Days of Dunkirk, Sébastien Duret
 France Road Race Championship, Dimitri Champion
Overall Kreiz Breizh Elites, Antoine Dalibard
Stage 1, Dimitri Champion
Stage 3, Jean-Marc Bideau
Stage 7 Tour de Normandie, Laurent Pichon
Stage 3b Circuit des Ardennes, Florian Vachon
Tour du Finistère, Florian Vachon
Stage 7 Tour de Bretagne, Gaël Malacarne
Stage 2 Rhône-Alpes Isère Tour, Sébastien Duret
Boucles de l'Aulne, Jean-Luc Delpech
Stage 2 Circuito Montañés, Noan Lelarge
Stage 3 Circuito Montañés, Lilian Jegou
Stage 5 Circuito Montañés, Gaël Malacarne
Stage 1 Route du Sud, Florian Vachon
Stage 3 Boucles de la Mayenne, Jean-Luc Delpech
Overall Kreiz Breizh Elites, Johan Le Bon
Stage 3, Johan Le Bon
Overall Mi-Août Bretonne, Jean-Luc Delpech
Stage 3 Tour de Normandie, Guillaume Blot
Stage 5 Tour de Normandie, Jean-Marc Bideau
Route Adélie de Vitré, Renaud Dion
Stage 3b Circuit des Ardennes, Laurent Pichon
Stage 1 Boucles de la Mayenne, Eric Berthou
Overall Kreiz Breizh Elites, Laurent Pichon
Grand Prix de Fourmies, Guillaume Blot
Stage 1 Tour du Haut Var, Romain Hardy
Paris–Troyes, Jean-Marc Bideau
Classic Loire Atlantique, Florian Vachon
Stage 6 Tour de Normandie, Jean-Marc Bideau
Stage 1 Critérium International, Florian Vachon
Val d'Ille U Classic 35, Eric Berthou
Stage 2 Tour de Bretagne, Eric Berthou
Overall Ronde de l'Oise, Jean-Luc Delpech
Stage 4, Jean-Luc Delpech
Overall Boucles de la Mayenne, Laurent Pichon
Paris–Bourges, Florian Vachon
Paris–Troyes, Jean-Marc Bideau
Stage 7 Tour de Bretagne, Pierre-Luc Périchon
Stage 3 Kreiz Breizh Elites, Erwann Corbel
Stage 2 Tour du Gévaudan, Sébastien Duret
Classic Sud-Ardèche, Florian Vachon
Stage 6 Tour de Normandie, Benoît Jarrier
Stage 1 Ronde de l'Oise, Romain Feillu
Stage 1 Boucles de la Mayenne, Armindo Fonseca
Tour du Jura, Kevin Ledanois
Tour de Vendée, Armindo Fonseca
Stage 3 La Tropicale Amissa Bongo, Daniel Mclay
Stages 5, 7 & 8 La Tropicale Amissa Bongo, Yauheni Hutarovich
Classic Sud-Ardèche, Eduardo Sepúlveda
Cholet-Pays De Loire, Pierrick Fedrigo
Route Adélie, Romain Feillu
Stage 1 Tour du Poitou-Charentes, Arnaud Gérard
Tour du Doubs, Eduardo Sepúlveda
Stage 4 Tour de San Luis, Eduardo Sepúlveda
Stage 7 La Tropicale Amissa Bongo, Yauheni Hutarovich
GP de Denain, Daniel Mclay
Stages 2 & 5 Le Tour de Bretagne Cycliste trophée harmonie Mutuelle, Boris Vallée
Grand Prix de la Somme, Daniel Mclay
Stage 3 Ronde de l'Oise, Boris Vallée
Stage 3 Tour de Savoie Mont Blanc, Pierre-Luc Périchon
Trofeo Playa de Palma, Daniel Mclay
Classic Loire Atlantique, Laurent Pichon
Overall Tour de Normandie, Anthony Delaplace
Stage 1, Anthony Delaplace
Stage 1a Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali, Laurent Pichon
Route Adélie de Vitré, Laurent Pichon
Stage 1 Tour de Savoie Mont Blanc, Maxime Bouet
La Poly Normande, Pierre-Luc Perichon
The team in 2015
Pierre-Luc Périchon in Tour de France 2015.
The team car

National champions[edit]

MaillotFra.PNG France Road Race Championship, Dimitri Champion


External links[edit]