Mathieu Burgaudeau
Procycling|February 2018

The French teenager at Vendée U has already caught the eye of Direct Énergie

Mathieu who?

Burgaudeau. The 19-year-old rouleur is a French rider tipped for success, and the big French teams are already keeping tabs on him. He grew up playing tennis, but got into cycling a few years ago. His potential was spotted, and at 16 he was selected to ride his first race for France at the junior world road race in Richmond. In 2016 he joined U23 team Vendée U.

Vendée U, that team’s got a good track record hasn’t it?

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