Tour de Bretagne
|English name||Tour of Brittany|
|Local name(s)||Tour de Bretagne trophée des granitiers |
Ruban Granitier Breton
|Competition||UCI Europe Tour 2.2|
|Editions||51 (as of 2017)|
|First winner||Marcel Duchemin (FRA)|
|Most wins||Marcel Duchemin (FRA) (3 wins)|
|Most recent||Flavien Dassonville (FRA)|
Tour de Bretagne Cycliste, also known as the Tour de Bretagne trophée des granitiers and formerly known as Ruban Granitier Breton, is an annual early season professional cycling stage race held in late April and early May in Brittany, France. The race often acts as a show case for upcoming riders of the under 23 category who race together with Elite riders. The race was renamed Tour de Bretagne in 2005 when the race also became a professional race.
The 2008 edition was dominated by the Rabobank team with defending champion Lars Boom and Coen Vermeltfoort winning two stages each. The Bretagne Armor Lux won the general classification with Benoît Poilvet.
- "Boasson Hagen and Boom share the honours". Cyclingnews.com. Retrieved 2007-12-17.
- "Wilmann's attack pays off". Cyclingnews.com. Retrieved 2008-05-02.