Florian Rabito won the second stage at Les Abymes, UVMG took the yellow jersey

Florian Rabeetto of Laval Cycling #53 of the #71 Guadeloupe Cycling Tour enjoys a second stage win



155 kilometers between Baie-Mahault and Les Abymes, this Tuesday 9 August… The start took place at the Amédée Detraux for 124 passengers on Round 71 from Guadeloupe.

In the program today, the traditional circuit lands in Abimian with the rise of Masilas 5 times …

A complex circle in the land of Abyssinia

Very quickly, the survivors of the first 4 days of racing were nervous…

An imposing group forms at the front of the race: Philéas Hansart and Carl Legrand of UVN, Nicholas Cooper and Aku Koivistoinen of the Swedish Cycling Academy, Gwendy Duval of UVMG, Hermann Keller of Embrace the World and Mathias Fitzwater of Eurocycling trips pro cycling, Tony Lemmler and Alexis Brunel of USL, Theo Bonet and Lars Daniels, Nicolas Duru of VCS, Widjy Relmy and Gaël Bordée of CSCA, Yannis André Lubin of TMC, Julien Gagné and Matisse Julien of Premier tech U23.

The peloton is trying to return … at the foot of the Saline, they already have the leading men in their sight …
Several riders have fallen victim to minor falls including VCS’s Louis Sablon who had to change his bike.
Roman Veneto of TMC decided to give up. He takes off his bra himself, in the slope of Betty Havre. After participating in the Tour de Martinique, and then the Tour de Marie-Galante, he no longer had the strength to continue.

Meanwhile, the peloton had captured the leading men, and had entered the lands of Sainte-Anne…

And 2 for Rabbito

In Deauville, Tom Donenworth takes on the shadows…he is joined by many other riders including Alexis Brunel…and Florian Rapito, Axel Carnier, Cedric Eustache, Lars Daniels, Tao Caillou, Matthew Pellegrin, Teddy Taran, Norman Latouche and Veloko Stonik , Sinecourt and Ivan Centrone … a set of 1’07” … with a delay of 40” overall, Donnenwirth at the moment is the default yellow jersey … the gap that increases to 1’35 after a hot spot from Gascon, in mole . Then at 3’01, at the top of the Dubisquet… 3’19” on the first finish line cross…

On Masilas’ first climb, Teddy Taran was brought down…forward 4’08…

On the second pass over the line, the gap dropped to 3’12…

Lars Daniels is having a hard time climbing Masilas’ second climb but clings on…
Kylian Sinecourt of Premier tech U23 falls on the Dubisquet slope and leaves the leading group …

The first stalking group forms in this third episode with Claver, Dauchi and Rajovich, at 2’32”…

Another set of counters with Lionel Mini, Kieran Parolin, Sablon, Axel Telander inserted at 3’22”…

peloton yellow jersey 6’10’ behind the finish line.

At the top of the Masilas (section three), Rapito tries to go there alone… But Brunel does not let himself be fooled and sends the whole group back. Then Brunel imposes another rhythm and stretches the leading group …

At the last finish line crossing, the leading group has a 2’50” over Guillaume Dauschy, the Sablon group is 3’55” and the yellow jersey peloton passes with a 4’59” delay…

Premier Tech U23 has decided to take matters into their own hands in the peloton… The yellow jersey team takes charge…

In the last ascent of Masilas, Stoenya attacks. He is blocked by Carnier who continues his efforts… He’s lonely in the lead… Latouche off the hook… Brunel brings everyone back to Martinique…
It’s Ivan Centrone’s turn to try and get away…
Taino attacks Kylio in turn…Rabito follows him. He surpasses him and continues his efforts.

Florian Rabito wins ahead of Cailliau and Centrone…

Successful disability by Donnenwirth and Brunel

The yellow jersey is 6’16” behind at the end…
Tom Donenworth of UVMG is the new tough guy in the race. Retrieve the golden jacket.

Alexis Brunel, moved up in the general classification.

Ranking at the end of the fifth stage

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