Rasmus Quaade (BHS-Almeborg-Bornholm) has Saturday, the 19th edition of the Classic Loire Atlantique (cat. 1.1) won. After 182,8 km devoured the Dane the pack in La Haye-Fouassière. The Norwegian Daniel Hoelgaard was three seconds, and second, for the Frenchman Armindo Fonseca.
Roy Jans was with a seventh place best Belgian. Jan Bakelants is back in France after his crash in the Tour of Lombardy. He drove the race and finished 57th, 28 seconds of the winner.
Lilian Calmejane and Benoit Cosnefroy went early in the attack in the race on a local circuit, eleven rounds of 16 km. The stage winner in the Tour last year and the world champion at the promises were, however, little space of the peloton. Although they have the reinforcement received from Gatis Smukulis and Jérémy Cabot would take two hours for a bonus of 3:45 together had cycled. At slightly less than 40 kilometers they were caught and decided to Rob Ruijgh his chance. Cosnefroy was apparently still not tired of it and jumped again. The Frenchman left after a few kilometers Ruijgh even behind. With Pieter Weening, he got what leter the company of an other Dutchman. While Direct Energy the command took in the peloton, left Weening on the final ascent of the St-Fiace-sur-Maine, the Frenchman behind. But also, Weening saw his attempt on the 3 km of the line beaches.
Under the vod of the last mile drew Rasmus Quaade in the attack. He remained narrowly in the lead, good for his third profzege in his second match of the year. In 2011 and 2014 crowned he became national time-trial champion. On the hall of fame, he follows Laurent Pichon.