The team
Born 20th June 1995 in Lannion (Côtes d'Armor)
Lannion (Côtes d'Armor)
Lives with partner
Years of experience
His profile

Franck Bonnamour is a talented native of Brittany, and it’s obvious where he gets it from: his father, Yves, won the Route du Sud and was a team-mate of Laurent Fignon; his mother, Christine, raced in the women’s Tour in the 80s. The Lannion-born youngster didn’t waste time. Crowned Junior European Champion in 2013, he went on to become a mainstay of the France Espoirs team and played an important role in Kevin Ledanois’ world champion title. After three seasons in a pro team, 23 year old Franck knows what he wants, which is to 100% fulfil his attacking role in the professional peloton!

In his own words: “ A fighter, combative, bold.. “

His palmares
2017 (Fortuneo Oscaro)
2016 (Fortuneo Vital Concept)
2015 (amateur)
5th Stage 4, 4 jours de Dunkerque
9th Tour du Finistère
10th GP de Plumelec
12th Tour du Luxembourg, 11th Stage 4
17th GP de Wallonie
8th Stage 1 Ronde de l'Oise
18th Tour de Wallonie
3 victories
8th GP de Wallonie (pro intern)
European Champion Junior (road race)
In 20 questions

My cousin Romain Le Roux, who is a pro with l’Armée de Terre.

My mother’s yellow Look


The Contador-Schleck duel in the Tour, the Cancellara-Boonen duel in the Paris-Roubaix.


The adrenaline in the last few kilometres when I’m going for victory.

Staying humble.

The Tour de Flandres.


Remi Cavagna.

I would be working with animals, or outdoors.

Fishing, walking along the seaside with my girlfriend, dogs.

Skip the Use, Tri Yann.

FIFA and sportspeoples’ autobiographies.

Never back down.

Sébastien Hinault

Pâté aux pommes de terre (a kind of potato pie) and pancakes.

A nice Audi.

I win quality races and improve each year.

It means everything to me! I’m very proud to be Breton.

Julie Bresset, the cross-country mountain biking Olympic Champion.