Tour de France 2019 teams and riders: What are Team Sky now? What is the Team Ineos kit?

The teams and riders for the 2019 Tour de France have been confirmed with last year’s winner Geraint Thomas looking to keep that yellow jersey.

There will be 22 teams taking part in the 106th edition of the famous race with each naming eight-man squads.

Britain’s Geraint Thomas will be riding for Team Ineos in the Tour de France

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Britain’s Geraint Thomas will be riding for Team Ineos in the Tour de France

Team Sky, who Thomas won with last summer, have been renamed as Team Ineos and will be competing in burgundy and black kits.

Astana Pro Team star Jakob Fuglsang will be riding in light blue while Trek-Segafredo’s Richie Porte will be in orange, white and black.

The Movistar Team, who have high hopes for Nairo Quintana and Mikel Landa Meana, will be in light blue and black kits.

Geraint Thomas won the Tour de France last summer

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Geraint Thomas won the Tour de France last summer

The race gets under way in Brussels, Belgium on Saturday, July 6 to embark on 21 stages over 23 days before the final race onto the Champs-Elysees in Paris on Sunday, July 28.

As well as Thomas, British riders include Luke Rowe, Simon Yates, Alex Dowsett and Stephen Cummings but there is no Chris Froome (injury) or Mark Cavendish (selection).

Here’s the full rundown of the teams and riders for the 2019 Tour de France:

Team Ineos

Geraint Thomas, Egan Arley Bernal Gomez, Nicolas Jonathan Castroviejo, Michal Kwiatkowski, Gianni Moscon, Wout Poels, Luke Rowe, Dylan Van Baarle, (S) Salvatore Puccio, (S) Ian Stannard

Bora – Hansgrohe

Peter Sagan, Emanuel Buchmann, Marcus Burghardt, Patrick Konrad, Gregor Muhlberger, Daniel Oss, Lukas Postlberger, Maximilian Schachmann, (S) Sam Bennett, (S) Maciej Bodnar

Deceuninck – Quick – Step

Julian Alaphilippe, Kasper Asgreen, Dries Devenyns, Yves Lampaert, Enric Mas Nicolau, Michael Morkov, Maximiliano Ariel Richeze, Elia Viviani, (S) Philippe Gilbert, (S) Fabio Jakobsen

Ag2r La Mondiale

Romain Bardet, Mikael Cherel, Benoit Cosnefroy, Mathias Frank, Tony Gallopin, Alexis Gougeard, Oliver Naesen, Alexis Vuillermoz, (S) Clement Venturini, (S) Pierre Latour

Bahrain – Merida

Vincenzo Nibali, Damiano Caruso, Sonny Colbrelli, Rohan Dennis, Ivan Garcia Cortina, Matej Mohoric, Dylan Teuns, Jan Tratnik, (S) Mark Padun, (S) Yukiya Arashiro

Groupama – Fdj

Thibaut Pinot, William Bonnet, David Gaudu, Stefan Kung, Matthieu Ladagnous, Rudy Molard, Sebastien Reichenbach, Anthony Roux, (S) Tobias Ludvigsson, (S) Steve Morabito

Movistar Team

Nairo Quintana, Alejandro Valverde, Andrey Amador, Imanol Erviti, Mikel Landa Meana, Nelson Oliveira, Marc Soler, Carlos Verona Quintanilla, (S) Jurgen Roelandts, (S) Winner Andrew Anacona

Astana Pro Team

Jakob Fuglsang, Pello Bilbao Lopez De Armentia, Omar Fraile Matarranz, Hugo Houle, Gorka Izaguirre Insausti, Alexey Lutsenko, Magnus Cort Nielsen, Luis Leon Sanchez, (S) Davide Ballerini, (S) Merhawi Kudus

Team Jumbo – Visma

Steven Kruijswijk, George Bennett, Laurens De Plus, Dylan Groenewegen, Amund Grondahl Jansen, Tony Martin, Mike Teunissen, Wout Van Aert, (S) Taco Van Der Hoorn, (S) Lennard Hofstede

Ef Education First

Rigoberto Uran, Niccolo Bonifazio, Simon Clarke, Tanel Kangert, Sebastian Langeveld, Tom Scully, Tejay Van Garderen, Michael Woods, (S) Mitchell Docker, (S) G Lawson Craddock

Mitchelton – Scott

Simon Yates, Luke Durbridge, Jack Haig, Michael Hepburn, Daryl Impey, Christopher Juul Jensen, Matteo Trentin, Simon Yates, (S) Mikel Nieve Iturralde, (S) Damien Howson

Ccc Team

Greg Van Avermaet, Patrick Bevin, Alessandro De Marchi, Simon Geschke, Serge Pauwels, Joseph Rosskopf, Michael Schar, Lukasz Wisniowski, (S) Jonas Koch, (S) Nathan Van Hooydonck

Uae Team Emirates

Daniel Martin, Fabio Aru, Sven Erik Bystrom, Rui Costa, Sergio Luis Henao Montoya, Alexander Kristoff, Vegard Stake Laengen, Jasper Philipsen, (S) Oliviero Troia, (S) Aleksandr Riabushenko

Trek – Segafredo

Richie Porte, Julien Bernard, Giulio Ciccone, Koen De Kort, Fabio Felline, Bauke Mollema, Toms Skujins, Jasper Stuyven, (S) Gianluca Brambilla, (S) Edward Theuns

Team Sunweb

Michael Matthews, Nikias Arndt, Cees Bol, Chad Haga, Lennard Kamna, Wilco Kelderman, Soren Kragh Andersen, Nicolas Roche, (S) Rob Power, (S) Martijn Tusveld

Cofidis, Solutions Credits

Christophe Laporte, Natnael Berhane, Nicolas Edet, Jesus Herrada, Anthony Perez, Pierre Luc Perichon, Stephane Rossetto, Julien Simon, (S) Damien Touze, (S) Jesper Hansen

Lotto Soudal

Tiesj Benoot, Jasper De Buyst, Thomas De Gendt, Caleb Ewan, Jens Keukeleire, Roger Kluge, Maxime Monfort, Tim Wellens, (S) Jelle Wallays, (S) Nikolas Maes

Total Direct Energie

Lilian Calmejane, Niccolo Bonifazio, Fabien Grellier, Paul Ourselin, Romain Sicard, Rein Taaramae, Niki Terpstra, Anthony Turgis, (S) Thomas Boudat, (S) Adrien Petit

Team Katusha Alpecin

Ilnur Zakarin, Jens Debusschere, Alex Dowsett, Jose Goncalves, Marco Haller, Nils Politt, Mads Schmidt Wurtz, Rick Zabel, (S) Nathan Haas, (S) Viacheslav Kuznetsov

Wanty – Gobert Cycling Team

Guillaume Martin, Frederik Backaert, Aime De Gendt, Odd Christian Eiking, Xandro Meurisse, Andrea Pasqualon, Kevin Van Melsen, Loic Vliegen, (S) Fabien Doubey, (S) Marco Minnaard

Team Dimension Data

Edvald Boasson Hagen, Michael Valgren, Lars Bak Ytting, Stephen Cummings, Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg, Benjamin King, Roman Kreuziger, Giacomo Nizzolo, (S) Mark Cavendish, (S) Julien Vermote

Team Arkea – Samsic

Warren Barguil, Maxime Bouet, Anthony Delaplace, Elie Gesbert, Andre Greipel, Kevin Ledanois, Amael Moinard, Florian Vachon, (S) Romain Hardy, (S) Clement Russo

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