In everyday life, Maxime exudes a calm force, but in a sprint he is force to be reckoned with. During his time with Sojasun, from 2012 to 2014, Maxime won the sixth stage of the Tour du Portugal (2013), and from that day onwards, the ‘casquettes bleues’, Maxime Daniel’s fan club of over 300 people, have been on the roadside to support him. He joined our team in 2018.
In his own words: cheerful, fun-loving and friendly.
It runs in the family. My grandfather was a fan, my father too, and now it’s my turn.
A BH Dubourg.
The battle between Cancellara and Boonen.
Making a living from the sport I love, as well as travelling and getting to know other countries, other cultures./p>
I have learnt to be disciplined, and that results come from hard work.
Paris-Roubaix and Tro Bro Léon in Brittany.
I’m often called “Daniel”.
No one in particular, I get on well with lots of riders.
Certainly farming, like my parents.my physiotherapist studies
The cinema and spending time with my family or with friends.
I’m into electro music and I listen to a variety of DJs.
Fifa or Call Of Duty.
« Qu’est-ce-qu’on a fait au bon Dieu ? » (Serial (Bad) Weddings). I like comedy films.
A Ford Mustang
I have done my best without having any regrets.
A country, a brand and a religion!
Mathieu Bastareaud (French rugby player)