Groenewegen keys up for Tour de France sprints at Dauphiné

Dylan Groenewegen
Dylan Groenewegen (Image credit: Getty Images)

Dylan Groenewegen will begin his final preparations for the Tour de France at the Critérium du Dauphiné that starts on Sunday in La Voulte-sur-Rhône, France. The Dutch sprinter will form part of the BikeExchange-Jayco team hunting stage wins at the eight-day race where they collectively hope to gain momentum ahead of the French Grand Tour in July.

“After a small break I was very happy to take two victories in May and now I’m ready for the final preparation block before the Tour de France and that continues at Dauphine,” Groenewegen said.

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