Christophe Le Mével

Christophe Le Mével (born 11 September 1980 in Lannion) is a French cyclist.


Le Mével in 2002 at Crédit Agricole professional cyclist. In his first year he was at the Four days of Dunkirk to the case in which he tore a nerve in the hip joint. His only nennbares result in the following year was the victory in the mountains classification in the Tour de l' Avenir. In the race, he was a year later second behind Sylvain Calzati. He also took part in October at the UCI Road World Championships 2004.

2005 won the Le Mével the Giro d'Italia a stage as outliers and ended the tour as 26th in the overall standings.

In 2009 he moved from the bankrupt Crédit Agricole to Française des Jeux, and was a complete surprise tenth in the overall standings of the Tour de France 2009. In October 2012, he moved later after a decision by the UCI by the disqualification of Lance Armstrong on the 9th Place.




  • Stage 2 and General Classification Tour du Haut -Var


  • 2002-2008 Crédit Agricole
  • 2009-2010 Française des Jeux
  • From July 2010 FDJ
  • 2011 Team Garmin - Cervélo
  • 2012 Garmin -Sharp
  • 2013 Cofidis, Solutions Crédits