Noémie started cycling at the age of 6! She began her young career with the Landivisiau team, before joining Breizh Ladies and then signing her first professional contract in 2019 with the Charente-Maritime team. Entering her fourth season in the team, she has known almost everything, just like the jersey of the French team during the 2021 European Championships and will seek to help the collective as much as possible.
2022: 3rd in the French championship
2022: 10th in the Navarra Women’s Elite Classics
2022: 9th in stage 1 of the Vuelta Ciclista Andalucia Ruta Del Sol
Séverine started cycling at the age of 14. Passed by the FDJ, Experza-Footlogix and Doltcini Van Eyck Sport (in Belgium), the Frenchwoman begins her third season under the colours of La Rochelle. With her 7 years in the professional world where she obtained numerous podiums and international titles in time trials, she is a strong asset for the young people in the team. She will continue to bring her experience to the timed exercise and during stage races. Also under contract with the Army of Champions, she will seek to guide young people and share her experience.
4th in the French Time Trial Championship
4th in the third stage of the Bretagne Ladies Tour (CLM)
5th in the Morbihan Classic
India started cycling at the age of 8, passing through Langon until her arrival in the DN17 in 2018. The following year she continued the adventure with the team and her passage to the echelon superior. For her third year at UCI level, she won the title of French UCI Champion. India is a driving force who knows how to make his talent and seniority speak for the team to seek great victories and places throughout the season.
2021: Champion of France Espoirs
Natalie started cycling in 2008, in England. Passed by several UCI teams including WNT for 2 seasons, Bizkaia Durango and Cams-Tifosi for 2 years as well, she is our road captain during stage races. She is used to major international races and has many Top 20 finishes in the UCI, which allows her to bring her experience to the international level for the youngsters in the team.
2022: 10th in the GP Ciudad de Eibar
2022: 6th in the GP Velo Alanya
2022: 7th in the Women’s GP of Chambéry
Frances JANSE VAN RENSBURG
Frances started cycling in 2015. Arriving in Europe in early 2021 to compete there for the season with the Center Mondial de Cyclisme (WCC), she represented South Africa at the elite world championships in Belgium and has a total of 10 national titles.
2022: 13th in the Mont Ventoux Elevation Challenge
2022: South African Elite and U23 Champion
2022: 3rd in the South African Time Trial Elite Championship
2022: South Africa U23 Time Trial Champion
Maëva started cycling when she was 15. Her strong performances as a junior in the European time trial championship (2nd) and in the road race (4th) allowed her to sign her first professional contract while she was a trainee within the formation managed by Jean-Christophe Barbotin. In 2021, she became vice-champion of France hopes on the road behind India Grangier and 3rd in the timed event. Engaged in a double course, Maëva is also in the second year of a STAPS license, which she is doing in Brest. She has very specific objectives for this season, to help her leaders in stage races and to make a podium in class 1.
2022: 5th in the first stage of the Bretagne Ladies Tour
2022: 7th in the second stage of the Bretagne Ladies Tour
2022: 8th in the Alpes Gresivaudan Classic
2022: 16th in the general classification of the Tour de Suisse
4th in the ranking of the best young