Supported by the Juniors Program in 2020 and 2021, then a member of La Conti Groupama-FDJ since 2022, Eddy Le Huitouze joins the WorldTour team for two seasons in 2024. Eddy Le Huitouze is two-time French time trial champion in the Espoirs category and bronze medallist at the European Championships in 2022.
|EDDY LE HUITOUZE
|“I’m very happy to reach this new level. At Conti, you put one foot in the professional world, but joining the WorldTour team is something else. I’m very proud to reach this goal, and above all I’m looking forward to it. My ambitions for next year will be to get to know the top level as well as possible, to progress and to help my leaders. The team has been with me since I was a junior. A history has been created. It’s ideal to evolve in this environment. I already know a lot of people, and that’s going to make my integration easier. I already feel at home. After two years with the Juniors Program and two years with La Conti, this was the next logical step. I’d really like to thank the team for their confidence in me.”
Sports Director and Head of Junior Program
|“Eddy Le Huitouze will be joining the WorldTour team next year, having previously taken part in the Juniors Program and La Conti. Along with Lenny Martinez, he will be the second rider to go through this complete process. It’s always a real source of pride to coach young riders up to the highest level. Eddy is a strong rouleur. He’s also agile on a bike. I think that racing at a higher level should be better suited to his qualities. In Conti races, there are a lot of jolts, whereas Eddy has the ability to ride fast and long. Eddy is young, he hasn’t yet reached physical maturity, but I have no doubt that he’s going to become a very good rider.”