The first stage finish of the Tour in the city of the Rohan Bridge, one of the last inhabited ones in Europe will for sure “make some noise in Landerneau” (as goes the French expression). It’ll be the opportunity to celebrate an untiring breakaway rider of the Tour, who was awarded the most aggressive rider prize as soon as the first stage of his first appearance in 2011: Perrig Quemeneur. This exemplary team mate is as Britton as can be. He was born in Landerneau, lives in Plouescat, and was raised to cycling at the VS Lesneven, he then revealed himself during the 2010 Tro Bro Leon and retired in 2019 in Plouay after the Bretagne Classic after a long career that started in the ranks of the Vendée U structure of Jean-René Bernaudeau.
Stage city for the 1st time
Chef-lieu de canton of Finistère (29)
Inhabitants: 15,800 inhabitants (Landernéens), 48,200 in the 22 commons of the Communauté de communes du Pays de Landerneau-Daoulas