image = Florent Brard.jpgFlorent Brard (February 7, 1976 at Chambray-les-Tours) is a French road bicycle racer in the Cofidis team. He is 1.87m tall and weighs 74kg.
Brard debuted in 1999 with Festina.
In 2001, still with Festina, he became time trial national champion, also winning a stage and wearing the leader's jersey at the Tour de l'Avenir, winning the final stage of the Étoile de Bessèges, and taking the semiclassics Paris-Bourges and GP-Cholet-Pays de la Loire.
He moved to Crédit Agricole for 2002 but missed the middle of the season after a fall broke vertebrae.
In 2004, riding with Chocolade Jacques, he won the final stage of the Giro di Lucca and stage 2 of Paris - Corrèze
In 2005, with Agritubel, he won the Paris-Troyes, Trophée Luc Leblanc semiclassic races and a stage at the Circuit de la Sarthe.
In 2006, he moved to Cofidis, with which he took part in the 2006 Tour de France after becoming French national champion one week before the start. He abandoned the race after a fall in the penultimate stage.
He is married to Nathalie, with whom he has two daughters.
- Time Trial Champion (in Argenton-sur-Creuse)
- GP Cholet
- EnBW GP (with Cristophe Moreau)
- Joseph Voegeli Memorial (with Christophe Moreau)
- Étoile de Bessèges - 1 stage
- Tour de France - 100th
- 5th, Prologue
- Youth Classification leader (Prologue-stage 1, stage 3-4)2004
- Paris-Corrèze - 1 stage (2004)
- Giro della Provincia di Lucca - 1 stage (2004)2005
- Trophée Luc Leblanc
- Circuit Cycliste de la Sarthe - 1 stage
- Paris-Roubaix - 7th2006
- Road Race Champion (in Chantonnay)