List of teams and cyclists in the 2014 Tour de France

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The number of riders per nation participated in the 2014 Tour de France:
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The number of riders per nation participated in the 2014 Tour de France:
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The 2014 Tour de France was the 101st edition of the race, one of cycling's Grand Tours. The 3,358.1-kilometre (2,086.6 mi) race included 21 stages, starting in Leeds, United Kingdom, on 5 July and finishing on the Champs-Élysées in Paris on 27 July. [1]

2014 Tour de France 2014 edition of a multiple-stage bicycle race primarily held in France

The 2014 Tour de France was the 101st edition of the race, one of cycling's Grand Tours. The 3,660.5-kilometre (2,274.5 mi) race included 21 stages, starting in Leeds, Yorkshire, United Kingdom, on 5 July and finishing on the Champs-Élysées in Paris on 27 July. The race also visited Belgium for part of a stage. Vincenzo Nibali of the Astana team won the overall general classification by more than seven minutes, the biggest winning margin since 1997. Jean-Christophe Péraud placed second, with Thibaut Pinot (FDJ.fr) third.

In road bicycle racing, a Grand Tour is one of the three major European professional cycling stage races: Giro d'Italia, Tour de France and Vuelta a España. Collectively they are termed the Grand Tours, and all three races are similar in format being multi-week races with daily stages. They have a special status in the UCI regulations: more points for the UCI World Tour are distributed in Grand Tours than in other races, and they are the only stage races allowed to last longer than 14 days.

Leeds City in England

Leeds is a city in West Yorkshire, England. Leeds has one of the most diverse economies of all the UK's main employment centres and has seen the fastest rate of private-sector jobs growth of any UK city. It also has the highest ratio of private to public sector jobs of all the UK's Core Cities, with 77% of its workforce working in the private sector. Leeds has the third-largest jobs total by local authority area, with 480,000 in employment and self-employment at the beginning of 2015. Leeds is ranked as a gamma world city by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network. Leeds is the cultural, financial and commercial heart of the West Yorkshire Urban Area. Leeds is served by four universities, and has the fourth largest student population in the country and the country's fourth largest urban economy.

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The race was contested by 22 teams. [2] All of the eighteen UCI ProTeams were automatically invited, and obliged, to attend the race. [3] On 14 January 2014, the organiser of the Tour, Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO), announced the four second-tier UCI Professional Continental teams given wildcard invitations: Cofidis, NetApp–Endura, Bretagne–Séché Environnement and IAM Cycling. [4] The team presentation – where the members of each team's roster are introduced in front of the media and local dignitaries – took place at the First Direct Arena in Leeds, United Kingdom, on 3 July, two days before the opening stage held in the city. The riders arrived at the arena by a ceremonial ride from the University of Leeds. The event included performances from Embrace and Opera North in front of an audience of 10,000. [5]

The Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) is part of the French media group, EPA. It organises sporting events including the Tour de France, Vuelta a España and Paris–Nice professional cycle road races, and the Dakar Rally. In 2008 it organised the Central Europe Rally, a rally raid endurance race in Romania and Hungary.

A wild card is a tournament or playoff berth awarded to an individual or team that fails to qualify in the normal way, for example by having a high ranking or winning a qualifying stage. In some events, wild cards are chosen freely by the organizers. Other events have fixed rules. Some North American professional sports leagues compare the records of teams which did not qualify directly by winning a division or conference.

Cofidis (cycling team) sports team

Cofidis Solutions Crédits is a French professional road bicycle racing team sponsored by a money-lending company, Cofidis. It was started in 1996 by Cyrille Guimard the former manager of Bernard Hinault, Greg LeMond and Laurent Fignon of the Renault-Elf-Gitane team of the 1980s. The team's sponsor has supported the team despite repeated problems such as doping scandals. After it was part of the UCI ProTour for the ProTour's first five seasons, from 2010 on the team competes as a UCI Professional Continental team.

Each squad was allowed a maximum of nine riders, therefore the start list contained a total of 198 riders. [6] Of these, 47 were riding the Tour de France for the first time. [7] The total number of riders that finished the race was 174. [8] The riders came from 34 countries; France, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Germany, Australia and Belgium all had 10 or more riders in the race. [9] Giant–Shimano's Ji Cheng was the first Chinese rider to participate in the Tour. [10] Riders from eight countries won stages during the race; German riders won the largest number of stages, with seven. [11] The average age of riders in the race was 29.88 years, [12] ranging from the 20-year-old Danny van Poppel to the 42-year-old Jens Voigt, both Trek Factory Racing riders. [13] Voigt, riding in his final year as a professional, equalled Stuart O'Grady's record for most appearances in the Tour with 17. [14] Garmin–Sharp had the highest average age, while Trek Factory Racing had the lowest. [12]

Team Sunweb is a professional German cycling team at UCI WorldTeam level. The team is managed by Iwan Spekenbrink and uses Cervélo bicycles.

Ji Cheng (cyclist) Chinese cyclist

Ji Cheng is a former Chinese professional cyclist who last rode for the Team Giant–Alpecin team. He has been a professional since 2006, and has ridden for Team Sunweb since 2007, when the team was known as Skil–Shimano.

China Country in East Asia

China, officially the People's Republic of China (PRC), is a country in East Asia and the world's most populous country, with a population of around 1.404 billion. Covering approximately 9,600,000 square kilometers (3,700,000 sq mi), it is the third- or fourth-largest country by total area. Governed by the Communist Party of China, the state exercises jurisdiction over 22 provinces, five autonomous regions, four direct-controlled municipalities, and the special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau.

Marcel Kittel of Giant–Shimano was the first rider to wear the general classification's yellow jersey after winning stage one. He lost it after the next stage to Vincenzo Nibali (Astana), who won the stage. Nibali held the race lead until the end of the ninth stage, when it was taken by Lotto–Belisol's Tony Gallopin. The yellow jersey returned to Nibali the following stage, and he held it until the conclusion of the race. [15] Second and third respectively were Jean-Christophe Péraud (Ag2r–La Mondiale) and Thibaut Pinot (FDJ.fr). The points classification was won by Peter Sagan of the Cannondale team. [8] Rafał Majka (Tinkoff–Saxo), winner of two mountain stages, won the mountains classification. [16] Pinot was the best young rider and the team classification was won by Ag2r–La Mondiale. Alessandro De Marchi (Cannondale) was given the award for the most combative rider. [8]

Marcel Kittel German road cyclist

Marcel Kittel is a German racing cyclist, who last rode for UCI WorldTeam Katusha–Alpecin. As a junior, he specialised in time trials, even winning a bronze medal in the World Championships for cyclists aged under 23. When he became a professional in 2011, he specialised in bunch sprints, and he has won stages in each of the three Grand Tours.

General classification in the Tour de France

The general classification is the most important classification, the one by which the winner of the Tour de France is determined. Since 1919, the leader of the general classification wears the yellow jersey.

Vincenzo Nibali Italian road racing cyclist

Vincenzo Nibali is an Italian professional road bicycle racer, who currently rides for UCI WorldTeam Bahrain–Merida.

Teams

The BMC Racing Team before the start of the fourth stage in Le Touquet-Paris-Plage Le Touquet-Paris-Plage - Tour de France, etape 4, 8 juillet 2014, depart (B105).JPG
The BMC Racing Team before the start of the fourth stage in Le Touquet-Paris-Plage

UCI ProTeams

Team Ineos is a British professional cycling team that competes at UCI WorldTeam level. The team is based at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester, England, with a logistics base in Deinze, Belgium. The team is managed by British Cycling's former performance director Sir Dave Brailsford.

Movistar Team is a professional road bicycle racing team which participates at UCI WorldTeam level and has achieved thirteen general classification (GC) victories in Grand Tours. The title sponsor is the Spanish mobile telephone company Telefónica, with the team riding under the name of the company's brand Movistar.

Katusha–Alpecin Russian road bicycle racing team

Katusha–Alpecin is a Swiss road bicycle racing team which competes at UCI WorldTeam level using Canyon bikes. The team was created in 2008 by Igor Makarov within the framework of the previously established Russian Global Cycling Project, which was intended to help cycling in Russia to move to a qualitatively new level. In 2017 the team took an international direction, still supported by Igor Makarov’s company ARETI International Group, clothing company Katusha Sports and German shampoo manufacturer Alpecin. The team has competed as a UCI ProTeam/WorldTour team since 2009. Joaquim Rodríguez, Alexander Kristoff, Daniel Moreno, Simon Špilak, Filippo Pozzato, Luca Paolini, Ilnur Zakarin, and Tony Martin are some of the most successful riders who have been riding for Katusha.

UCI Professional Continental teams

IAM Cycling cycling team

IAM Cycling was a Swiss registered UCI WorldTour cycling team, managed by former French road race champion Serge Beucherie.
The title sponsor was IAM Independent Asset Management SA, a Swiss investment management company.

Bora–Hansgrohe cycling team

Bora–Hansgrohe is a UCI WorldTeam cycling team established in 2010 with a German license, founded and managed by Ralph Denk. It is sponsored by BORA, German manufacturer, and Hansgrohe, bathroom fittings manufacturer. Its aim is "improving the image of road cycling in Germany".

Arkéa–Samsic cycling team

Arkéa–Samsic is a Professional Continental cycling team based in Rennes, France that participates in UCI Continental Circuits races and UCI World Tour races when receiving a wild card. The team was founded in 2005 and in 2013 the main sponsor became Séché Environnement, a French waste treatment company.

Cyclists

Legend
No.Starting number worn by the rider during the Tour
Pos.Position in the general classification
TimeDeficit to the winner of the general classification
Dagger-14-plain.pngDenotes riders born on or after 1 January 1989 eligible for the young rider classification [17]
Jersey yellow.svg Denotes the winner of the general classification [18]
Jersey green.svg Denotes the winner of the points classification [18]
Jersey polkadot.svg Denotes the winner of the mountains classification [18]
Jersey white.svg Denotes the winner of the young rider classification (eligibility indicated by Dagger-14-plain.png) [18]
Jersey yellow number.svg Denotes riders that represent the winner of the team classification [18]
Jersey red number.svg Denotes the winner of the super-combativity award [18]
DNSDenotes a rider who did not start a stage, followed by the stage before which he withdrew
DNFDenotes a rider who did not finish a stage, followed by the stage in which he withdrew
DSQDenotes a rider who was disqualified from the race, followed by the stage in which this occurred
HDDenotes a rider who finished outside the time limit, followed by the stage in which he did so (French: Hors delai)
Age correct as of 5 July 2014, the date on which the Tour began

By starting number

Astana rider Vincenzo Nibali won the general classification. Tour de France 2014, nibali (14683101148).jpg
Astana rider Vincenzo Nibali won the general classification.
Cannondale rider Peter Sagan won the points classification. Tour de France 2014, sagan (14889593793).jpg
Cannondale rider Peter Sagan won the points classification.
Tinkoff-Saxo rider Rafal Majka won the mountains classification. Tour de France, Paris 27 July 2014, Rafal Majka.jpg
Tinkoff–Saxo rider Rafał Majka won the mountains classification.
FDJ.fr rider Thibaut Pinot won the young rider classification. Tour de France 2014, Stage 17, Thibaut Pinot.jpg
FDJ.fr rider Thibaut Pinot won the young rider classification.
Cannondale rider Alessandro De Marchi won the super-combativity award. Tour de France 2014, Stage 9, Alessandro De Marchi.jpg
Cannondale rider Alessandro De Marchi won the super-combativity award.
No.NameNationalityTeamAgePos.TimeRef
1 Chris Froome Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain Team Sky 29 [19] [20]
2 Bernhard Eisel Flag of Austria.svg  Austria Team Sky 33126+ 4h 13' 21" [19]
3 Vasil Kiryienka Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus Team Sky 3386+ 3h 30' 23" [19]
4 David López Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Team Sky 33105+ 3h 45' 13" [19]
5 Mikel Nieve Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Team Sky 3018+ 46' 31" [19]
6 Danny Pate Flag of the United States.svg  United States Team Sky 35153+ 4h 47' 52" [19]
7 Richie Porte Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Team Sky 2923+ 1h 01' 08" [19]
8 Geraint Thomas Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain Team Sky 2822+ 59' 14" [19]
9 Xabier Zandio Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Team Sky 37 [19] [21]
11 Alejandro Valverde Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Movistar Team 344+ 9' 40" [22]
12 Imanol Erviti Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Movistar Team 3081+ 3h 22' 48" [22]
13 John Gadret Flag of France.svg  France Movistar Team 3519+ 47' 30" [22]
14 Jesús Herrada Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of Spain.svg  Spain Movistar Team 2361+ 2h 53' 18" [22]
15 Beñat Intxausti Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Movistar Team 28114+ 3h 55' 53" [22]
16 Ion Izagirre Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of Spain.svg  Spain Movistar Team 2541+ 2h 00' 50" [22]
17 Rubén Plaza Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Movistar Team 3491+ 3h 38' 27" [22]
18 José Joaquín Rojas Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Movistar Team 29 [22] [23]
19 Giovanni Visconti Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Movistar Team 3137+ 1h 56' 28" [22]
21 Joaquim Rodríguez Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Team Katusha 3554+ 2h 45' 17" [24]
22 Vladimir Isaichev Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Team Katusha 28157+ 4h 58' 30" [24]
23 Alexander Kristoff Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Team Katusha 27125+ 4h 11' 46" [24]
24 Luca Paolini Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Team Katusha 37136+ 4h 29' 43" [24]
25 Alexander Porsev Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Team Katusha 28 [24] [25]
26 Egor Silin Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Team Katusha 26 [24] [21]
27 Gatis Smukulis Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia Team Katusha 27100+ 3h 43' 25" [24]
28 Simon Špilak Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia Team Katusha 28 [24] [26]
29 Yuri Trofimov Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Team Katusha 3014+ 36' 41" [24]
31 Alberto Contador Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Tinkoff–Saxo 31 [27] [28]
32 Daniele Bennati Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Tinkoff–Saxo 3396+ 3h 40' 46" [27]
33 Jesús Hernández Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Tinkoff–Saxo 32 [27] [29]
34 Rafał Majka Dagger-14-plain.png Jersey polkadot.svg Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Tinkoff–Saxo 2444+ 2h 17' 53" [27]
35 Michael Mørkøv Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Tinkoff–Saxo 29134+ 4h 26' 29" [27]
36 Sérgio Paulinho Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Tinkoff–Saxo 3489+ 3h 36' 33" [27]
37 Nicolas Roche Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Tinkoff–Saxo 3039+ 1h 58' 45" [27]
38 Michael Rogers Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Tinkoff–Saxo 3426+ 1h 17' 53" [27]
39 Matteo Tosatto Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Tinkoff–Saxo 40119+ 4h 01' 53" [27]
41 Vincenzo Nibali Jersey yellow.svg Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Astana 29189h 59' 06" [30]
42 Jakob Fuglsang Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Astana 2936+ 1h 54' 50" [30]
43 Andriy Hrivko Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine Astana 3095+ 3h 39' 28" [30]
44 Dmitriy Gruzdev Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan Astana 28130+ 4h 22' 33" [30]
45 Maxim Iglinsky Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan Astana 33129+ 4h 22' 07" [30]
46 Tanel Kangert Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia Astana 2720+ 52' 11" [30]
47 Michele Scarponi Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Astana 3449+ 2h 31' 40" [30]
48 Alessandro Vanotti Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Astana 33147+ 4h 42' 48" [30]
49 Lieuwe Westra Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Astana 3179+ 3h 21' 04" [30]
51 Peter Sagan Dagger-14-plain.png Jersey green.svg Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia Cannondale 2460+ 2h 52' 52" [31]
52 Maciej Bodnar Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Cannondale 29112+ 3h 52' 52" [31]
53 Alessandro De Marchi Jersey red number.svg Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Cannondale 2852+ 2h 34' 54" [31]
54 Ted King Flag of the United States.svg  United States Cannondale 31 [31] [32]
55 Kristijan Koren Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia Cannondale 27135+ 4h 29' 14" [31]
56 Marco Marcato Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Cannondale 3080+ 3h 21' 16" [31]
57 Jean-Marc Marino Flag of France.svg  France Cannondale 30160+ 5h 03' 46" [31]
58 Fabio Sabatini Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Cannondale 29118+ 4h 01' 21" [31]
59 Elia Viviani Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of Italy.svg  Italy Cannondale 25162+ 5h 10' 40" [31]
61 Bauke Mollema Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 2710+ 21' 15" [33]
62 Lars Boom Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 2897+ 3h 41' 24" [33]
63 Stef Clement Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 31 [33] [34]
64 Steven Kruijswijk Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 2715+ 38' 15" [33]
65 Tom Leezer Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 28133+ 4h 24' 21" [33]
66 Bram Tankink Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 3540+ 1h 59' 02" [33]
67 Laurens ten Dam Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Belkin Pro Cycling 339+ 18' 11" [33]
68 Sep Vanmarcke Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Belkin Pro Cycling 25106+ 3h 45' 54" [33]
69 Maarten Wynants Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Belkin Pro Cycling 32117+ 4h 01' 09" [33]
71 Mark Cavendish Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 29 [35] [36]
72 Jan Bakelants Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 2824+ 1h 06' 28" [35]
73 Michał Gołaś Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 3055+ 2h 49' 03" [35]
74 Michał Kwiatkowski Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of Poland.svg  Poland Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 2428+ 1h 21' 55" [35]
75 Tony Martin Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 2947+ 2h 25' 35" [35]
76 Alessandro Petacchi Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 40148+ 4h 44' 47" [35]
77 Mark Renshaw Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 31142+ 4h 39' 03" [35]
78 Niki Terpstra Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 3094+ 3h 39' 04" [35]
79 Matteo Trentin Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of Italy.svg  Italy Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 2493+ 3h 38' 56" [35]
81 Jean-Christophe Péraud Jersey yellow number.svg Flag of France.svg  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 372+ 7' 37" [37]
82 Romain Bardet Dagger-14-plain.png Jersey yellow number.svg Flag of France.svg  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 246+ 11' 26" [37]
83 Mikaël Cherel Jersey yellow number.svg Flag of France.svg  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 2859+ 2h 52' 00" [37]
84 Samuel Dumoulin Jersey yellow number.svg Flag of France.svg  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 3390+ 3h 38' 04" [37]
85 Ben Gastauer Jersey yellow number.svg Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Luxembourg Ag2r–La Mondiale 2621+ 58' 00" [37]
86 Blel Kadri Jersey yellow number.svg Flag of France.svg  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 2784+ 3h 26' 23" [37]
87 Sébastien Minard Jersey yellow number.svg Flag of France.svg  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 3299+ 3h 42' 23" [37]
88 Matteo Montaguti Jersey yellow number.svg Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Ag2r–La Mondiale 3066+ 2h 55' 47" [37]
89 Christophe Riblon Jersey yellow number.svg Flag of France.svg  France Ag2r–La Mondiale 33120+ 4h 04' 00" [37]
91 Andrew Talansky Flag of the United States.svg  United States Garmin–Sharp 25 [38] [39]
92 Janier Acevedo Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia Garmin–Sharp 28 [38] [40]
93 Jack Bauer Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand Garmin–Sharp 29137+ 4h 29' 57" [38]
94 Alex Howes Flag of the United States.svg  United States Garmin–Sharp 26127+ 4h 18' 43" [38]
95 Ben King Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of the United States.svg  United States Garmin–Sharp 2553+ 2h 41' 59" [38]
96 Sebastian Langeveld Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Garmin–Sharp 29140+ 4h 34' 29" [38]
97 Ramūnas Navardauskas Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania Garmin–Sharp 26141+ 4h 37' 42" [38]
98 Tom-Jelte Slagter Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Garmin–Sharp 2556+ 2h 49' 20" [38]
99 Johan Vansummeren Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Garmin–Sharp 3374+ 3h 08' 40" [38]
101 Marcel Kittel Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Giant–Shimano 26161+ 5h 06' 27" [41]
102 Roy Curvers Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Giant–Shimano 34116+ 3h 58' 23" [41]
103 Koen de Kort Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Giant–Shimano 3192+ 3h 38' 52" [41]
104 John Degenkolb Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of Germany.svg  Germany Giant–Shimano 25123+ 4h 06' 42" [41]
105 Dries Devenyns Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Giant–Shimano 30 [41] [42]
106 Tom Dumoulin Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Giant–Shimano 2333+ 1h 48' 00" [41]
107 Ji Cheng Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China Giant–Shimano 26164+ 6h 02' 24" [41]
108 Albert Timmer Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Giant–Shimano 29146+ 4h 42' 28" [41]
109 Tom Veelers Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Giant–Shimano 29155+ 4h 53' 23" [41]
111 Rui Costa Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Lampre–Merida 27 [43] [44]
112 Davide Cimolai Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of Italy.svg  Italy Lampre–Merida 24163+ 5h 11' 58" [43]
113 Kristijan Đurasek Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia Lampre–Merida 2646+ 2h 21' 18" [43]
114 Chris Horner Flag of the United States.svg  United States Lampre–Merida 4217+ 44' 31" [43]
115 Sacha Modolo Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Lampre–Merida 27 [43] [45]
116 Nelson Oliveira Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Lampre–Merida 2587+ 3h 30' 36" [43]
117 Maximiliano Richeze Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Lampre–Merida 31 [43] [29]
118 José Serpa Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia Lampre–Merida 3548+ 2h 29' 06" [43]
119 Rafael Valls Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Lampre–Merida 27 [43] [46]
121 Arnaud Démare Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of France.svg  France FDJ.fr 22159+ 5h 00' 29" [47]
122 William Bonnet Flag of France.svg  France FDJ.fr 32158+ 4h 59' 57" [47]
123 Mickaël Delage Flag of France.svg  France FDJ.fr 28143+ 4h 39' 40" [47]
124 Arnold Jeannesson Flag of France.svg  France FDJ.fr 2830+ 1h 33' 27" [47]
125 Mathieu Ladagnous Flag of France.svg  France FDJ.fr 2976+ 3h 14' 41" [47]
126 Cédric Pineau Flag of France.svg  France FDJ.fr 29102+ 3h 44' 22" [47]
127 Thibaut Pinot Dagger-14-plain.png Jersey white.svg Flag of France.svg  France FDJ.fr 243+ 8' 15" [47]
128 Jérémy Roy Flag of France.svg  France FDJ.fr 3157+ 2h 49' 28" [47]
129 Arthur Vichot Flag of France.svg  France FDJ.fr 25 [47] [48]
131 Jurgen Van den Broeck Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Lotto–Belisol 3113+ 34' 01" [49]
132 Lars Bak Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Lotto–Belisol 3482+ 3h 23' 41" [49]
133 Bart De Clercq Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Lotto–Belisol 27 [49] [50]
134 Tony Gallopin Flag of France.svg  France Lotto–Belisol 2629+ 1h 29' 24" [49]
135 André Greipel Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Lotto–Belisol 31149+ 4h 44' 54" [49]
136 Adam Hansen Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Lotto–Belisol 3364+ 2h 54' 18" [49]
137 Greg Henderson Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand Lotto–Belisol 37 [49] [50]
138 Jürgen Roelandts Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Lotto–Belisol 29111+ 3h 52' 39" [49]
139 Marcel Sieberg Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Lotto–Belisol 32145+ 4h 41' 21" [49]
141 Tejay van Garderen Flag of the United States.svg  United States BMC Racing Team 255+ 11' 24" [51]
142 Darwin Atapuma Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia BMC Racing Team 26 [51] [34]
143 Marcus Burghardt Flag of Germany.svg  Germany BMC Racing Team 31154+ 4h 48' 40" [51]
144 Amaël Moinard Flag of France.svg  France BMC Racing Team 3245+ 2h 19' 13" [51]
145 Daniel Oss Flag of Italy.svg  Italy BMC Racing Team 2769+ 2h 58' 41" [51]
146 Michael Schär Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland BMC Racing Team 2743+ 2h 09' 43" [51]
147 Peter Stetina Flag of the United States.svg  United States BMC Racing Team 2635+ 1h 52' 36" [51]
148 Greg Van Avermaet Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium BMC Racing Team 2938+ 1h 56' 34" [51]
149 Peter Velits Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia BMC Racing Team 2927+ 1h 19' 38" [51]
151 Pierre Rolland Flag of France.svg  France Team Europcar 2711+ 23' 07" [52]
152 Yukiya Arashiro Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Team Europcar 2965+ 2h 55' 27" [52]
153 Bryan Coquard Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of France.svg  France Team Europcar 22104+ 3h 44' 45" [52]
154 Cyril Gautier Flag of France.svg  France Team Europcar 2625+ 1h 08' 47" [52]
155 Yohann Gène Flag of France.svg  France Team Europcar 33128+ 4h 19' 11" [52]
156 Alexandre Pichot Flag of France.svg  France Team Europcar 31107+ 3h 46' 35" [52]
157 Perrig Quéméneur Flag of France.svg  France Team Europcar 3083+ 3h 25' 46" [52]
158 Kévin Reza Flag of France.svg  France Team Europcar 2673+ 3h 08' 12" [52]
159 Thomas Voeckler Flag of France.svg  France Team Europcar 3542+ 2h 08' 38" [52]
161 Fränk Schleck Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Luxembourg Trek Factory Racing 3412+ 25' 48" [53]
162 Matthew Busche Flag of the United States.svg  United States Trek Factory Racing 2998+ 3h 41' 58" [53]
163 Fabian Cancellara Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Trek Factory Racing 33 [53] [54]
164 Markel Irizar Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Trek Factory Racing 3463+ 2h 53' 44" [53]
165 Grégory Rast Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Trek Factory Racing 34101+ 3h 43' 37" [53]
166 Andy Schleck Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Luxembourg Trek Factory Racing 29 [53] [55]
167 Danny van Poppel Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Trek Factory Racing 20 [53] [34]
168 Jens Voigt Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Trek Factory Racing 42108+ 3h 46' 37" [53]
169 Haimar Zubeldia Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Trek Factory Racing 378+ 17' 57" [53]
171 Daniel Navarro Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Cofidis 30 [56] [57]
172 Nicolas Edet Flag of France.svg  France Cofidis 2677+ 3h 19' 34" [56]
173 Egoitz García Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Cofidis 28 [56] [58]
174 Cyril Lemoine Flag of France.svg  France Cofidis 31110+ 3h 47' 16" [56]
175 Luis Ángel Maté Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Cofidis 3031+ 1h 36' 52" [56]
176 Rudy Molard Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of France.svg  France Cofidis 2451+ 2h 34' 22" [56]
177 Adrien Petit Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of France.svg  France Cofidis 23156+ 4h 58' 20" [56]
178 Julien Simon Flag of France.svg  France Cofidis 28109+ 3h 46' 56" [56]
179 Rein Taaramäe Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia Cofidis 2788+ 3h 35' 01" [56]
181 Simon Gerrans Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 34 [59] [60]
182 Michael Albasini Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Orica–GreenEDGE 3370+ 3h 05' 51" [59]
183 Simon Clarke Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 27113+ 3h 55' 38" [59]
184 Luke Durbridge Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 23122+ 4h 05' 59" [59]
185 Mathew Hayman Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Orica–GreenEDGE 36 [59] [61]
186 Jens Keukeleire Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Orica–GreenEDGE 2567+ 2h 56' 12" [59]
187 Christian Meier Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Orica–GreenEDGE 29121+ 4h 05' 13" [59]
188 Svein Tuft Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Orica–GreenEDGE 37131+ 4h 22' 52" [59]
189 Simon Yates Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain Orica–GreenEDGE 21 [59] [62]
191 Mathias Frank Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland IAM Cycling 27 [63] [64]
192 Sylvain Chavanel Flag of France.svg  France IAM Cycling 3534+ 1h 48' 13" [63]
193 Martin Elmiger Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland IAM Cycling 3575+ 3h 12' 10" [63]
194 Heinrich Haussler Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia IAM Cycling 30 [63] [65]
195 Reto Hollenstein Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland IAM Cycling 28 [63] [66]
196 Roger Kluge Flag of Germany.svg  Germany IAM Cycling 28139+ 4h 33' 45" [63]
197 Jérôme Pineau Flag of France.svg  France IAM Cycling 3458+ 2h 51' 46" [63]
198 Sébastien Reichenbach Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland IAM Cycling 2585+ 3h 27' 52" [63]
199 Marcel Wyss Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland IAM Cycling 2832+ 1h 38' 27" [63]
201 Leopold König Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic NetApp–Endura 267+ 14' 32" [67]
202 Jan Bárta Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic NetApp–Endura 2971+ 3h 07' 18" [67]
203 David de la Cruz Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of Spain.svg  Spain NetApp–Endura 25 [67] [68]
204 Zak Dempster Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia NetApp–Endura 26151+ 4h 45' 04" [67]
205 Bartosz Huzarski Flag of Poland.svg  Poland NetApp–Endura 3368+ 2h 58' 00" [67]
206 Tiago Machado Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal NetApp–Endura 2872+ 3h 08' 03" [67]
207 José Mendes Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal NetApp–Endura 29124+ 4h 07' 34" [67]
208 Andreas Schillinger Flag of Germany.svg  Germany NetApp–Endura 30144+ 4h 40' 06" [67]
209 Paul Voss Flag of Germany.svg  Germany NetApp–Endura 2850+ 2h 32' 48" [67]
211 Brice Feillu Flag of France.svg  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 2816+ 43' 59" [69]
212 Jean-Marc Bideau Flag of France.svg  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 30115+ 3h 58' 08" [69]
213 Anthony Delaplace Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of France.svg  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 2478+ 3h 20' 48" [69]
214 Romain Feillu Flag of France.svg  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 30150+ 4h 45' 04" [69]
215 Armindo Fonseca Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of France.svg  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 25138+ 4h 30' 52" [69]
216 Arnaud Gérard Flag of France.svg  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 29132+ 4h 24' 15" [69]
217 Florian Guillou Flag of France.svg  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 3162+ 2h 53' 20" [69]
218 Benoît Jarrier Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of France.svg  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 25152+ 4h 46' 28" [69]
219 Florian Vachon Flag of France.svg  France Bretagne–Séché Environnement 29103+ 3h 44' 40" [69]

By team

Team Sky (SKY)
No.RiderPos.
1Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Chris Froome  (GBR) DNF-5
2Flag of Austria.svg  Bernhard Eisel  (AUT)126
3Flag of Belarus.svg  Vasil Kiryienka  (BLR)86
4Flag of Spain.svg  David López  (ESP)105
5Flag of Spain.svg  Mikel Nieve  (ESP)18
6Flag of the United States.svg  Danny Pate  (USA)153
7Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Richie Porte  (AUS)23
8Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Geraint Thomas  (GBR)22
9Flag of Spain.svg  Xabier Zandio  (ESP) DNF-6
Directeur sportif: Nicolas Portal [19]
Movistar Team (MOV)
No.RiderPos.
11Flag of Spain.svg  Alejandro Valverde  (ESP)4
12Flag of Spain.svg  Imanol Erviti  (ESP)81
13Flag of France.svg  John Gadret  (FRA)19
14Flag of Spain.svg  Jesús Herrada  (ESP)Dagger-14-plain.png61
15Flag of Spain.svg  Beñat Intxausti  (ESP)114
16Flag of Spain.svg  Ion Izagirre  (ESP)Dagger-14-plain.png41
17Flag of Spain.svg  Rubén Plaza  (ESP)91
18Flag of Spain.svg  José Joaquín Rojas  (ESP) DSQ-18
19Flag of Italy.svg  Giovanni Visconti  (ITA)37
Directeur sportif: José Luis Arrieta [22]
Team Katusha (KAT)
No.RiderPos.
21Flag of Spain.svg  Joaquim Rodríguez  (ESP)54
22Flag of Russia.svg  Vladimir Isaichev  (RUS)157
23Flag of Norway.svg  Alexander Kristoff  (NOR)125
24Flag of Italy.svg  Luca Paolini  (ITA)136
25Flag of Russia.svg  Alexander Porsev  (RUS) HD-13
26Flag of Russia.svg  Egor Silin  (RUS) DNF-6
27Flag of Latvia.svg  Gatis Smukulis  (LAT)100
28Flag of Slovenia.svg  Simon Špilak  (SLO) DNF-17
29Flag of Russia.svg  Yuri Trofimov  (RUS)14
Directeur sportif: José Azevedo [24]
Tinkoff–Saxo (SAX)
No.RiderPos.
31Flag of Spain.svg  Alberto Contador  (ESP) DNF-10
32Flag of Italy.svg  Daniele Bennati  (ITA)96
33Flag of Spain.svg  Jesús Hernández  (ESP) DNF-6
34Flag of Poland.svg  Rafał Majka  (POL)Dagger-14-plain.png Jersey polkadot.svg 44
35Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)134
36Flag of Portugal.svg  Sérgio Paulinho  (POR)89
37Flag of Ireland.svg  Nicolas Roche  (IRL)39
38Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Michael Rogers  (AUS)26
39Flag of Italy.svg  Matteo Tosatto  (ITA)119
Directeur sportif: Steven de Iongh [27]
Astana (AST)
No.RiderPos.
41Flag of Italy.svg  Vincenzo Nibali  (ITA) Jersey yellow.svg 1
42Flag of Denmark.svg  Jakob Fuglsang  (DEN)36
43Flag of Ukraine.svg  Andriy Hrivko  (UKR)95
44Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Dmitriy Gruzdev  (KAZ)130
45Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Maxim Iglinsky  (KAZ)129
46Flag of Estonia.svg  Tanel Kangert  (EST)20
47Flag of Italy.svg  Michele Scarponi  (ITA)49
48Flag of Italy.svg  Alessandro Vanotti  (ITA)147
49Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Lieuwe Westra  (NED)79
Directeur sportif: Alexandre Shefer [30]
Cannondale (CAN)
No.RiderPos.
51Flag of Slovakia.svg  Peter Sagan  (SVK)Dagger-14-plain.png Jersey green.svg 60
52Flag of Poland.svg  Maciej Bodnar  (POL)112
53Flag of Italy.svg  Alessandro De Marchi  (ITA) Jersey red number.svg 52
54Flag of the United States.svg  Ted King  (USA) DNF-10
55Flag of Slovenia.svg  Kristijan Koren  (SLO)135
56Flag of Italy.svg  Marco Marcato  (ITA)80
57Flag of France.svg  Jean-Marc Marino  (FRA)160
58Flag of Italy.svg  Fabio Sabatini  (ITA)118
59Flag of Italy.svg  Elia Viviani  (ITA)Dagger-14-plain.png162
Directeur sportif: Gilles Pauchard [31]
Belkin Pro Cycling (BEL)
No.RiderPos.
61Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Bauke Mollema  (NED)10
62Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Lars Boom  (NED)97
63Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Stef Clement  (NED) DNF-7
64Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Steven Kruijswijk  (NED)15
65Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Tom Leezer  (NED)133
66Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Bram Tankink  (NED)40
67Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Laurens ten Dam  (NED)9
68Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Sep Vanmarcke  (BEL)160
69Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Maarten Wynants  (BEL)117
Directeur sportif: Nico Verhoeven [33]
Omega Pharma–Quick-Step (OPQ)
No.RiderPos.
71Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Mark Cavendish  (GBR) DNS-2
72Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Jan Bakelants  (BEL)24
73Flag of Poland.svg  Michał Gołaś  (POL)55
74Flag of Poland.svg  Michał Kwiatkowski  (POL)Dagger-14-plain.png28
75Flag of Germany.svg  Tony Martin  (GER)47
76Flag of Italy.svg  Alessandro Petacchi  (ITA)148
77Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Mark Renshaw  (AUS)142
78Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Niki Terpstra  (NED)94
79Flag of Italy.svg  Matteo Trentin  (ITA)Dagger-14-plain.png93
Directeur sportif: Wilfried Peeters [35]
Ag2r–La Mondiale (ALM) Jersey yellow number.svg
No.RiderPos.
81Flag of France.svg  Jean-Christophe Péraud  (FRA)2
82Flag of France.svg  Romain Bardet  (FRA)Dagger-14-plain.png7
83Flag of France.svg  Mikaël Cherel  (FRA)59
84Flag of France.svg  Samuel Dumoulin  (FRA)90
85Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Ben Gastauer  (LUX)21
86Flag of France.svg  Blel Kadri  (FRA)84
87Flag of France.svg  Sébastien Minard  (FRA)99
88Flag of Italy.svg  Matteo Montaguti  (ITA)66
89Flag of France.svg  Christophe Riblon  (FRA)120
Directeur sportif: Vincent Lavenu [37]
Garmin–Sharp (GRS)
No.RiderPos.
91Flag of the United States.svg  Andrew Talansky  (USA) DNS-12
92Flag of Colombia.svg  Janier Acevedo  (COL) DNF-13
93Flag of New Zealand.svg  Jack Bauer  (NZL)137
94Flag of the United States.svg  Alex Howes  (USA)127
95Flag of the United States.svg  Ben King  (USA)Dagger-14-plain.png53
96Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Sebastian Langeveld  (NED)140
97Flag of Lithuania.svg  Ramūnas Navardauskas  (LTU)141
98Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Tom-Jelte Slagter  (NED)Dagger-14-plain.png56
99Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Johan Vansummeren  (BEL)74
Directeur sportif: Charly Wegelius [38]
Giant–Shimano (GIA)
No.RiderPos.
101Flag of Germany.svg  Marcel Kittel  (GER)161
102Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Roy Curvers  (NED)116
103Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Koen de Kort  (NED)92
104Flag of Germany.svg  John Degenkolb  (GER)Dagger-14-plain.png123
105Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Dries Devenyns  (BEL) DNF-14
106Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Tom Dumoulin  (NED)Dagger-14-plain.png33
107Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Ji Cheng  (CHN)164
108Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Albert Timmer  (NED)146
109Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Tom Veelers  (NED)155
Directeur sportif: Marc Reef [41]
Lampre–Merida (LAM)
No.RiderPos.
111Flag of Portugal.svg  Rui Costa  (POR) DNS-16
112Flag of Italy.svg  Davide Cimolai  (ITA)Dagger-14-plain.png163
113Flag of Croatia.svg  Kristijan Đurasek  (CRO)46
114Flag of the United States.svg  Chris Horner  (USA)17
115Flag of Italy.svg  Sacha Modolo  (ITA) DNF-2
116Flag of Portugal.svg  Nelson Oliveira  (POR)Dagger-14-plain.png87
117Flag of Argentina.svg  Maximiliano Richeze  (ARG) DNS-16
118Flag of Colombia.svg  José Serpa  (COL)48
119Flag of Spain.svg  Rafael Valls  (ESP) DNF-14
Directeur sportif: Simone Pedrazzini [43]
FDJ.fr (FDJ)
No.RiderPos.
121Flag of France.svg  Arnaud Démare  (FRA)Dagger-14-plain.png159
122Flag of France.svg  William Bonnet  (FRA)158
123Flag of France.svg  Mickaël Delage  (FRA)143
124Flag of France.svg  Arnold Jeannesson  (FRA)30
125Flag of France.svg  Mathieu Ladagnous  (FRA)76
126Flag of France.svg  Cédric Pineau  (FRA)102
127Flag of France.svg  Thibaut Pinot  (FRA)Dagger-14-plain.png Jersey white.svg 3
128Flag of France.svg  Jérémy Roy  (FRA)57
129Flag of France.svg  Arthur Vichot  (FRA) DNF-13
Directeur sportif: Thierry Bricaud [47]
Lotto–Belisol (LTB)
No.RiderPos.
131Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Jurgen Van den Broeck  (BEL)13
132Flag of Denmark.svg  Lars Bak  (DEN)82
133Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Bart De Clercq  (BEL) DNF-8
134Flag of France.svg  Tony Gallopin  (FRA)29
135Flag of Germany.svg  André Greipel  (GER)149
136Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Adam Hansen  (AUS)64
137Flag of New Zealand.svg  Greg Henderson  (NZL) DNF-4
138Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Jürgen Roelandts  (BEL)111
139Flag of Germany.svg  Marcel Sieberg  (GER)145
Directeur sportif: Herman Frison [49]
BMC Racing Team (BMC)
No.RiderPos.
141Flag of the United States.svg  Tejay van Garderen  (USA)5
142Flag of Colombia.svg  Darwin Atapuma  (COL) DNF-7
143Flag of Germany.svg  Marcus Burghardt  (GER)154
144Flag of France.svg  Amaël Moinard  (FRA)45
145Flag of Italy.svg  Daniel Oss  (ITA)69
146Flag of Switzerland.svg  Michael Schär  (SUI)43
147Flag of the United States.svg  Peter Stetina  (USA)35
148Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Greg Van Avermaet  (BEL)38
149Flag of Slovakia.svg  Peter Velits  (SVK)27
Directeur sportif: Yvon Ledanois [51]
Team Europcar (EUC)
No.RiderPos.
151Flag of France.svg  Pierre Rolland  (FRA)11
152Flag of Japan.svg  Yukiya Arashiro  (JPN)65
153Flag of France.svg  Bryan Coquard  (FRA)Dagger-14-plain.png104
154Flag of France.svg  Cyril Gautier  (FRA)25
155Flag of France.svg  Yohann Gène  (FRA)128
156Flag of France.svg  Alexandre Pichot  (FRA)107
157Flag of France.svg  Perrig Quéméneur  (FRA)83
158Flag of France.svg  Kévin Reza  (FRA)73
159Flag of France.svg  Thomas Voeckler  (FRA)42
Directeur sportif: Andy Flickinger [52]
Trek Factory Racing (TFR)
No.RiderPos.
161Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Fränk Schleck  (LUX)12
162Flag of the United States.svg  Matthew Busche  (USA)98
163Flag of Switzerland.svg  Fabian Cancellara  (SUI) DNS-11
164Flag of Spain.svg  Markel Irizar  (ESP)63
165Flag of Switzerland.svg  Grégory Rast  (SUI)101
166Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Andy Schleck  (LUX) DNS-4
167Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Danny van Poppel  (NED)Dagger-14-plain.png DNF-7
168Flag of Germany.svg  Jens Voigt  (GER)108
169Flag of Spain.svg  Haimar Zubeldia  (ESP)8
Directeur sportif: Kim Andersen [53]
Cofidis (COF)
No.RiderPos.
171Flag of Spain.svg  Daniel Navarro  (ESP) DNF-13
172Flag of France.svg  Nicolas Edet  (FRA)77
173Flag of Spain.svg  Egoitz García  (ESP) DNF-9
174Flag of France.svg  Cyril Lemoine  (FRA)110
175Flag of Spain.svg  Luis Ángel Maté  (ESP)31
176Flag of France.svg  Rudy Molard  (FRA)Dagger-14-plain.png51
177Flag of France.svg  Adrien Petit  (FRA)Dagger-14-plain.png156
178Flag of France.svg  Julien Simon  (FRA)109
179Flag of Estonia.svg  Rein Taaramäe  (EST)88
Directeur sportif: Didier Rous [56]
Orica–GreenEDGE (OGE)
No.RiderPos.
181Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Simon Gerrans  (AUS) DNS-17
182Flag of Switzerland.svg  Michael Albasini  (SUI)70
183Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Simon Clarke  (AUS)113
184Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Luke Durbridge  (AUS)Dagger-14-plain.png122
185Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Mathew Hayman  (AUS) DNF-10
186Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Jens Keukeleire  (BEL)67
187Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Christian Meier  (CAN)121
188Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Svein Tuft  (CAN)131
189Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Simon Yates  (GBR) DNS-16
Directeur sportif: Matthew White [59]
IAM Cycling (IAM)
No.RiderPos.
191Flag of Switzerland.svg  Mathias Frank  (SUI) DNS-8
192Flag of France.svg  Sylvain Chavanel  (FRA)34
193Flag of Switzerland.svg  Martin Elmiger  (SUI)75
194Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Heinrich Haussler  (AUS) DNF-18
195Flag of Switzerland.svg  Reto Hollenstein  (SUI) DNS-17
196Flag of Germany.svg  Roger Kluge  (GER)139
197Flag of France.svg  Jérôme Pineau  (FRA)58
198Flag of Switzerland.svg  Sébastien Reichenbach  (SUI)Dagger-14-plain.png85
199Flag of Switzerland.svg  Marcel Wyss  (SUI)32
Directeur sportif: Eddy Seigneur [63]
NetApp–Endura (TNE)
No.RiderPos.
201Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Leopold König  (CZE)7
202Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jan Bárta  (CZE)71
203Flag of Spain.svg  David de la Cruz  (ESP)Dagger-14-plain.png DNF-12
204Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Zak Dempster  (AUS)151
205Flag of Poland.svg  Bartosz Huzarski  (POL)68
206Flag of Portugal.svg  Tiago Machado  (POR)72
207Flag of Portugal.svg  José Mendes  (POR)124
208Flag of Germany.svg  Andreas Schillinger  (GER)144
209Flag of Germany.svg  Paul Voss  (GER)50
Directeur sportif: Enrico Poitschke [67]
Bretagne–Séché Environnement (BSE)
No.RiderPos.
211Flag of France.svg  Brice Feillu  (FRA)16
212Flag of France.svg  Jean-Marc Bideau  (FRA)115
213Flag of France.svg  Anthony Delaplace  (FRA)Dagger-14-plain.png78
214Flag of France.svg  Romain Feillu  (FRA)150
215Flag of France.svg  Armindo Fonseca  (FRA)Dagger-14-plain.png138
216Flag of France.svg  Arnaud Gérard  (FRA)132
217Flag of France.svg  Florian Guillou  (FRA)62
218Flag of France.svg  Benoît Jarrier  (FRA)Dagger-14-plain.png152
219Flag of France.svg  Florian Vachon  (FRA)103
Directeur sportif: Emmanuel Hubert [69]

By nationality

CountryNo. of ridersFinishersStage wins
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 10
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 1071 (Michael Rogers)
Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 11
Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus 11
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium 108
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 22
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China 11
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia 31
Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia 11
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 22
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 33
Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia 22
Flag of France.svg  France 44432 (Tony Gallopin, Blel Kadri)
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 10107 (Marcel Kittel ×4, Tony Martin ×2, André Greipel)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain 41
Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland 11
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 17165 (Vincenzo Nibali ×4, Matteo Trentin)
Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 11
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan 22