Connor Swift underlined his burgeoning talent at Polynormande, placing fifth and recording a career-best placing at a UCI 1.1 event.
Swift’s result came after a prominent team display in northern France, with the team represented throughout the 169km of racing.
Rich Handley made it into the key break of the race and was soon joined by Neil van der Ploeg.
They were part of a nine-man group that gained over four minutes and dominated proceedings.
Along the way, Handley won each king of the mountains contest, while van der Ploeg notched up enough sprint points to head the classification.
As the race entered the final 20km, the peloton had reduced the gap to 90-seconds, but the leaders had something left in the tank.
Gradually riders were absorbed from the break into the peloton – van der Ploeg and Handley included – but Pierre-Luc Perichon (Fortuneo Samsic) and Pierre Gouault (Roubaix Lille Metropole) were strong enough to last the distance and take the top two places.
Eight seconds behind, the bunch sprinted for the minor placings, with Swift third in line, to deliver fifth overall.
Matt Holmes was also in the front group of 32 riders as he continues his comeback from injury.
The team return to domestic competition on August 12 at the Leicester Castle Classic.