Elia Viviani led the way in wins in a season dominated by Quick-Step Floors, but who else was the cream of the crop?
As we all know, cycling is a team sport. But it is the individual accolades that grab the attention with personal honours a major measuring stick on how a riders careers is measured.
In 2018, Quick-Step Floors took this mantra to the limit, raking up 71 race victories between them, as Elia Viviani led the list of WorldTour riders with 18 wins himself including four stages at the Giro d’Italia and three stages at the Vuelta a Espana.
Four other Quick-Step riders were also in the top 25 race winners from WorldTour teams over the 2018 season, but can you remember who out the Belgian outfit were the most winningest riders of the year to join Viviani and the other 20 WorldTour riders?
You have eight minutes to correctly guess as many as you can (without the help of Wikipedia) and prove your knowledge to your friends, family and clubmates.
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*The 25th rider was tied with nine other WorldTour riders, but made our top-25 on tiebreaker due to more podium places.