Arnaud Démare (Groupama-FDJ) received the degree 2 dash at Boucles de l. a. Mayenne in Meslay-du-Maine. The Frenchman used to be the quickest to the road beating Milan Menten (Lotto Dstny) and Arvid de Kleijn (Tudor Professional Biking Group) 3rd.
Oier Lazkano (Movistar Group) maintained his lead within the total classification with 38 seconds forward of Démare and 40 seconds forward of Ivo Oliveira (UAE Group Emirates).
The 181.3km degree began in Saint-Berthevin and led to Meslay-du-Maine, and integrated 3 climbs at Côte de Nuille, Côte de Houssay and Côte de Saulges.
A breakaway of 3 integrated Cyril Barthe (Burgos-BH), Leo Danes (CIC U Nantes Atlantique) and Samuel Leroux (Van Rysel) as Movistar set the tempo within the peloton.
The trio had been again within the box with 65km to head. Then again, any other breakaway shaped with Jeremy Leveau (Van Rysel), Jean-Louis Le Big apple (Great Metropole Cote d’Azur) and Dimitri Peyskens (Bingoal WB). The trio used to be stuck with 14km to head.
Tudor and Lotto-Dstny pulled the sector into the ultimate kilometres at the ultimate lap of racing. Cofidis and Groupama-FDJ took over at 3km out with Démare taking the degree win.
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