Brice, the younger brother of Romain Feillu, made a name for himself in 2009 when he won the 7th stage of the Tour de France at the top of Arcalis and took the polka-dot jersey for best climber. The Directeur Sportif at the time was none other than Emmanuel Hubert. The two were to meet again in 2014 in the Bretagne Séché team. The following summer, our climber posted his best performance in the Tour de France classification, finishing 16th, and repeating the performance in July 2017. At 33 years old, Brice Feillu still has much to give cycling and the Tour de France, to the delight of his fans for whom he always takes time to stop.
In his own three words: Ambitious, considerate, a fighter.
My father, and triathlon.
A yellow Peugeot.
Wouter Weylandt’s death in the Giro. He was my team-mate at Leopard. That was really tough.
Discovering places, countries.
The Tour de France
Estate agent, or landscape designer, exterior architect…
Gardening, going for family walks.
Les campagnes d’Élie, a book by Élie Jeulin, my parents’ neighbour in the department of Loir-et-Cher.
Into the wild.
Romain, my brother
Salmon lasagna cooked by my sweetheart, Maud.
A… Mehari, I’m not much of a car fan.
I win another stage of the Tour or I become world champion!
Pancakes, and rain of course! Me who’s used to the cote d’Azur…
The tennis player Anna Ivanovic/p>