After strong performances in the junior ranks, including victory in the 2019 French time trial alongside a hatful of other good results, Léa made the step up to the professional peloton in 2020. Finding her feet in her first season, 2021 saw Léa continue her development as a rider, growing in her abilities as a climber and puncheur, before joining the team in 2022.
From a cycling family, Léa’s father and grandfather both raced their bikes while her mum rode more recreationally. However, she competed in triathlon and running too from a young age before eventually fully focusing on all things two-wheels.
Motivated and driven, Léa has completed two years at university and last year began a four-year course in physiotherapy, something that with the help of the team she will initially look to continue alongside her cycling commitments.
When she’s not on her bike or completing her studies, you can find Léa relaxing with a nice book or out for a walk in the countryside. She also enjoys checking out all of the latest fashion in shops and spending time with her friends and family.