None in the Tour de France. This recently created second-division team have been given a wild card entry to the 2014 Tour.
Sylvain Chavanel, aka Chava, is their biggest name, but the Tour roster is built around Swiss rider Mathias Frank.
Changes from 2013:
The big change from last year is an invitation from Tour organisers, the Amaury Sport Organisation. As for riders, management have busily created a new team in recent years, signing the promising Frank from BMC and multiple French time-trial champion and former yellow jersey wearer Chavanel, plus compatriot Jerome Pineau from Omega Pharma, among many other respected bike racers.
The nine-man roster has been chosen around propelling Frank as high up the GC as possible, following his recent second place at the Tour de Suisse. He is an ever-improving climber and this year's course should suit him.
Chavanel will seek to add to his three tour stage victories, while Aussie Heinrich Haussler is the team's sprint challenger.
The full nine:
Sylvain Chavanel (France), Martin Elmiger (Switzerland), Mathias Frank (Switzerland), Heinrich Haussler (Australia), Reto Hollenstein (Switzerland), Roger Kluge (Germany), Jerome Pineau (France), Sebastien Reichenbach (Switzerland) and Danilo Wyss (Switzerland).