We all know the story now - the Breton race, with the dirt farm roads (ribinoù), the corrugated iron tunnels and the piglet prize. 203km in the far north-west of Brittany.
Here's a photo gallery from the Grubers (2013 I think) and what I wrote about it last year, interviews with the organiser and Périchon.
All the French teams + Wanty, One Pro, Roth, Euskadi-Murias, Cycling Academy and some others.
Ex-winners Samuel Dumoulin, Francis Mourey, Alexandre Geniez are here. Cobbled guys like Sylvain Chavanel, Florian Sénéchal, Damien Gaudin, Sébastien Turgot, Petit here too.
Local guys include Johan Le Bon, Franck Bonnamour, Perrig Quéméneur, Laurent Pichon, Olivier Le Gac and they will fight for the piglet.
But the past few years the highest rider for Fortuneo/Bretagne have won the piglet even if they weren't from Brittany - Jarrier & Périchon won it the last two years and they're from Le Mans and Bourg-en-Bresse.
2015 | GENIEZ Alexandre
2014 | PETIT Adrien
2013 | MOUREY Francis
2012 | ROTH Ryan
2011 | JEROME Vincent
2010 | ROY Jérémy
CyclingHub have said that they will be streaming it so no reason not to watch - https://twitter.com/CyclingHubTV/status/721445695396425728
Here's last years edition - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n6aQfM01Uhw
And some onboard footage from Jérémy Roy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6zsLRXh9Ks