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dimanche, 11 février 2018

velo team wold tour 2018

voici la liste des vélos pros du worldtour2018 ça fait rêver !!!!

Ag2r La Mondiale

The French team continues on Factor bikes for 2018, without any change in equipment. According to Factor’s part-owner, and former Green Jersey winner, Baden Cooke, we should expect to see team riders on both the company’s aero platform The One and the lightweight 02 during the season.

When asked about switching brake types, Cooke admitted the team won’t likely be seen on disc brakes this season. Apparently, this hasn’t affected sales. The boutique carbon company now selling more disc brake bikes than rim brake bikes.

Ag2R is one of the few teams on SRM powermeters for 2018, using both the German company’s impressive Origin carbon 9000 carbon model, and a not-yet-available alloy version.

Shimano is used for the shifting, but not as an official sponsor. This gives the team some room to mix and match drivetrain components, and mechanics have set up rear derailleurs with CeramicSpeed Oversized Pulley Wheel system (OSPW) and added the SRM cranksets. The team is officially sponsored by CeramicSpeed, with the slick bearings found at the headset, bottom bracket and pulley wheels. The company’s fast UFO chains are expected to be used in critical races and timetrials.

Mavic wheels remain, as does Black Inc at the cockpit, a brand with shared ownership of Factor Bikes. Pictured is Black Inc’s new carbon stem, a product made in-house, within the same company-owned factory as Factor bikes

.Bike Pictured: Factor 02 of French rider Mikaël Cherel.

Astana Pro Team

Canadian bike brand Argon-18 remains in the unmistakable colours of Astana in 2018. The team is seen riding the Gallium Pro, but it’s expected the aero Nitrogen will be ridden throughout the season as well.

Where last year we saw Astana riding Vision wheels, the Italian-registered team has returned to Corima. The deep 58 S+ wheel is in use here.

FSA continues as a key equipment sponsor, currently providing cockpit and cranks, with Power2Max handling power measurement.

Bike pictured: Argon-18 Gallium Pro of former Paris-Nice winner, Luis Leon Sanchez.

Bahrain–Merida

With no new sponsors, new colours spell the biggest equipment change for Bahrain-Merida. Business as usual means Fulcrum wheels, SRM Origin carbon cranks and Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 shifting. Seen here is the Taiwanese manufacturer’s aero model, the Reacto. Some riders in the team are also using the lightweight Scultura.

We were told the team may use disc brakes this season, but there’s no specific commitment to the braking system. Merida offers both the Scultura and Reacto in disc versions.

The Vision Metron 5D integrated carbon handlebar and stem, designed to offer stiffness and aerodynamic advantages, will be used by much of the team this season.

Bike Pictured: Merida Reacto of Lithuania’s Ramunas Navardauskas

BMC Racing Team

Covered in a new two-tone gloss and matte red, the whole team are riding the Swiss company’s third-generation Teammachine SLR01 platform. This bike recently got an update with a number of aerodynamic tweaks being the most visible. BMC have followed the likes of Trek and Pinarello, offering clean integration of Shimano’s Di2 junction box within the downtube.

A longtime user of SRM, BMC Racing is now using the new Shimano Dura-Ace powermeter. With that change, Garmin head units are in use, too. Most of the team are using the Edge 520, although Richie Porte was using the far larger Edge 1030. The team is now using BMC’s stem-integrated Garmin mount.

The rest of the BMC build is unchanged. Shimano provides full Dura-Ace R9150 Di2 groupsets, including tubular wheels. BMC is one of the few teams making use of the Shimano direct-mount standard, where the frame’s hanger connects directly to the derailleur without the connecting link.

Bike Pictured: BMC Teammachine SLR01 of Richie Porte

Bora–Hansgrohe

Bora-Hansgrohe has a few new things on the go for 2018. Wahoo came onboard with computers and a new Specialized-branded powermeter is on the bikes too.

The team seems split between the aero Venge ViAS and the new Tarmac SL6, with the latter used by three-time World Champion Peter Sagan. While the team only had rim-brake bikes at Tour Down Under, it’s quite likely discs will consistently appear throughout the season.

In addition to the bikes, saddles and tyres are also from the Californian company. Specialized’s wheel company, Roval, remains in charge of rolling stock. Last year Bora was riding 4iiii powermeters, and now its Specialized’s own branded powermeter that appears in place. Details are scant on this product, but it closely resembles 4iiii’s product, which leads us to believe it’s made in collaboration or is simply a re-brand. Throughout the team, the powermeter is attached to Shimano R9100 cranks.

PRO remains as the cockpit sponsor, at least where compatible with the bikes. The team is using Wahoo’s aerodynamically designed Elemnt Bolt computer, held with K-Edge mounts.

Bike Pictured: Specialized Tarmac SL6 of two-time British National Champion Peter Kennaugh. The Manx rider is a fresh recruit, previously with Team Sky.

Team Dimension Data

The South African-registered team is sticking with what it knows. The only change is to saddles, now on Italian Astute saddles.

Cervelo provides its R5 (lightweight) and S5 (aero) platforms, draped in a mixed bag of components. For example, the shifting components are Shimano, but the team is sponsored by both KMC and Rotor, supplying the chains and cranksets respectively.

Easy to miss is the Shimano R8000 cassette in use. This is a common trick, adding a little weight to help the bike over the 6.8kg UCI minimum limit, while also saving the team, which likely buys its groupsets from Shimano, a little money.

 

The Rotor 2INPower powermeter pictured hosts the “Qarbon” Aero carbon fibre big ring, though a look from behind shows the mostly aluminium construction. Details are scant, but the carbon insert creates a smooth outer surface while claiming to increase stiffness and reduce weight.

The wheels of Dimension Data are worth a closer look, with the team running Limited Edition Sour Apple Green coloured Chris King R45 Ceramic hubs laced to Enve tubular rims.

Bike Pictured: Cervelo R5 of Dutch rider Tom-Jelte Slagter.

Team EF Education First – Drapac P/B Cannondale

While the team has been spotted riding discs, it’s the rim-brake version of the Cannondale SuperSix Evo HiMod that the team is riding at Tour Down Under. Here, the only change in the frames from 2017 is a subtly different paint scheme, gone are silver logos, replaced by black.

A long-time user of Mavic wheels, the American-team is now using Vision wheels, wrapped in Vittoria tyres. Additionally, the team has switched saddle sponsor, previously Fizik, and now Prologo.

The rest of the build continues without change, including Shimano shifting components and Cannondale’s own impressively light Hollowgram SISL2 cranks. In the case of Simon Clarke’s bike pictured, a Di2 climbing shifter sits pointing forward on the FSA handlebar. Prologo provides saddles and bartape.

Bike Pictured: Cannondale SuperSix Evo HiMod of Australian Simon Clarke.

FDJ

FDJ continues what’s officially the longest running equipment partnership in the WorldTour. This season marks 16 years for the French team’s use of French Lapierre bikes.

At Tour Down Under, FDJ is using a mix of the all-rounder Xelius and the recently updated Aircode SL aero bike. The latter, pictured here, shows the refreshed colours.

FDJ also retains its longstanding relationship with Shimano. The team is outfitted in full Dura-Ace Di2 R9150 groupsets, power meters, wheels and accompanying PRO components. PRO is supplying its Vibe Aero handlebar with simplified graphics for clearer brand visibility. Prologo provides saddles.

Bike Pictured: Lapierre Aircode SL of Italian sprinter Davide Cimolai.

Team Katusha Alpecin

Katusha’s bikes continue without any notable changes in 2018. Canyon provides frames, which are built with the full catalogue of components from SRAM, including wireless eTap groupsets, Zipp wheels, and Quarq powermeters. An exception to this is seen on the Aeroad models, which use unbranded Shimano 9000 units to fit the direct-mount frames, a fitment SRAM still doesn’t offer.

The team is currently riding the Aeroad CF SLX, although the Ultimate CF SLX is likely to be seen in more mountainous races. Canyon also supplies its own cockpit components, finished off with Selle Italia saddles. Not pictured are the Wahoo bike computers the team will be using in 2018.

Of note, we spotted a tubular version of the whale-inspired Zipp 454 NSW wheels in use, a product yet to be released.

Bike Pictured: Canyon Aeroad CF SLX of Portuguese Tiago Machado.

Team Lotto NL–Jumbo

The unmistakable Celeste-coloured Bianchi bikes remain for 2018, with no changes except for a move to Fizik saddles.

The team has ready access to Bianchi’s full range, including the aero Oltre XR4 (pictured), lightweight Specialisma and endurance-based Infinito CV.

Shifting, brakes, and wheels are supplied by Shimano, with Pioneer power meters remaining in the WorldTour through the Dutch team.

FSA completes the bike with its cockpit components. The bike pictured is using a more traditional handlebar and stem setup, although many others were using the aerodynamic Vision Metron 5D one-piece stem and handlebar.

Bike Pictured: Bianchi Oltre XR4 of Kiwi climber George Bennett

Lotto Soudal

It’s business as usual for the Belgium team, with Tacx bottle cages the only sponsor change.

The team will use a mix of the lightweight Helium SLX and aero Noah SL, the former of which was first released exactly 12 months ago.

Andre Greipel’s Noah SL has a new fork with a more traditional design compared to the old split-design F-Splitfork which claimed to improve aerodynamic performance. Details for the reasons behind this change are limited, although we assume the more traditional fork is both lighter and stiffer without a significant trade-off in aerodynamics.

The bikes are completed with Campagnolo Super Record EPS groupsets, Campagnolo wheels, SRM Campagnolo powermeter cranks, Deda cockpit and Selle Italia touchpoints.

Bike Pictured: Ridley Helium SLX of former Polka Dot jersey winner Thomas de Gendt.

Movistar Team

With a fresh look for 2018, the Movistar bikes are smothered in a new blue paint scheme. Joining Katusha as the other Canyon-sponsored team in the WorldTour, the Spanish team use both the Aeroad CF SLX (pictured) and Ultimate CF SLX. Canyon provides cockpit components to the team, too.

Where Katusha uses a full SRAM assembly, Movistar is full Campagnolo, with the Italian manufacturer providing groupsets (including direct mount brakes) and wheels. The powermeter is from Power2Max.

Like a number of others, the team uses Fizik saddles. A little nice touch is the Lizard Skins DSP bartape with Movistar branded finishing tape.

Bike Pictured: Canyon Aeroad CF SLX of four-time Portuguese time-trial national champion Nelson Oliveira.

Mitchelton–Scott

The GreenEdge cycling team has a long-standing habit of bringing the previous year’s training bikes to the Australian racing season, and 2018 is no different. Pictured is the team’s 2017 team bike, with a 2018 component build. Expect a few small decals to highlight Mitchelton Wine’s sponsorship as the only changes to come.

The team has access to both the Addict (lightweight) and Foil (aero) platforms, and we’re told they have disc versions of each awaiting them at service course in Europe.

All the touchpoint and cockpit components are from Scott-owned Syncros. The wheels and groupsets are from Shimano.

Having used SRM from the very beginning, the Australian team is one of many to make the move to Shimano powermeters, and with that, Garmin computers.

Where we saw the team using a Flaér automatic chain luber last season, we’re told the product is currently receiving some design tweaks.

Bike Pictured: Scott Foil of Australian, and former Tour Down Under winner, Cameron Meyer.

Quick–Step Floors

Joining Bora-Hansgrohe as the other Specialized sponsored team in the WorldTour, Quick-Step brought both Venge ViAS Disc and Tarmac SL6 (rim brake) bikes to the Santos Tour Down Under. The team is expected to be seen racing plenty with discs in 2018.

A change to PRO cockpit components (from FSA) is the most notable technical change, with the Shimano-owned company offering an ultimately clean Di2 integration through its handlebars. The new and not spoken of Specialized-branded powermeters are found on the bikes, too.

Bike Pictured: Specialized Tarmac SL6 and Venge ViAS Disc both belonging to Italian sprinter Elia Viviani.

Team Sky

All new paint for Team Sky’s Pinarello F10 bikes, along with a new cockpit sponsor, represent the new year changes. White and a lighter blue are speckled across the all-rounder F10 frames that were released 12 months ago.

Sky have long used PRO cockpit components but it’s now Pinarello’s own component brand, MOST, that takes over the reigns. Here, Sky is using a mix of the one-piece Talon 1K integrated handlebar and stem, along with the Jaguar XFC aero handlebar and matched aluminium stem.

Shimano Dura-Ace remains the pick in the groupset and wheels, with Fizik supplying saddles. Team Sky will continue to use Stages powermeters in 2018, but synced to Garmin computers, not Stages’ own Dash unit.

Bike Pictured: Pinarello F10 belonging to new Colombian recruit Egan Bernal. The promising Bernal is the team leader at Tour Down Under on his team debut.

Team Sunweb-Giant

Following a recent announcement, Giant has upped its sponsorship of the team for 2018, taking over as the official wheel sponsor in addition to already providing bikes, cockpits, saddles, helmets, clothing and some shoes.

The team will be training on the company’s SLR0 wheel and Gavia tubeless tyre system, but for racing, there are special team-issue carbon tubulars in use.

Where we saw the team using the Giant Neostrack bike computer in 2017, they’ve now moved to Sigma units, using the ROX 11.0 GPS to share data from the new Shimano powermeters (previously with Pioneer).

Expect to see the team riding both the new Propel Advanced SL Disc and regular TCR Advanced SL throughout the season, with only the latter being seen at Tour Down Under.

Bike Pictured: Giant TCR Advanced SL of German Nikias Arndt.

Trek–Segafredo

The Trek sponsored team are one of the few with disc brakes at Tour Down Under, and notably, have the most number of riders on the braking platform of any team. Here, they’re riding of a mix of the new Emonda Disc and Madone (rim brake). Both bikes are team issue through the manufacturer’s Project One program, with little touches, such a molded race plate holders evident.

We’re speculating that given how strongly the team is committing to disc brakes in 2018, it should be a safe assumption to expect a disc-version of the Madone at some point.

Like many other teams, Trek-Segafredo is no longer with SRM, also making the move to the new Shimano Dura-Ace unit for a lighter integration with the newly updated Di2 groupset. With this move, the team is using Garmin head units.

Trek’s component and accessory brand, Bontrager, continues to supply wheels, saddles, cockpit and a number of other items. Showing the safety conscious side of the team, the mechanics removed daytime-running lights from the bike prior to us photographing them.

Bike Pictured: Trek Emonda Disc belonging to Danish rider Niklas Eg, another on a WorldTour team debut at the Tour Down Under.

UAE-Team Emirates

For 2018, the Emirati-Registered team sees no technical sponsor changes, sticking with the Italian Colnago bikes, and complementary component list.

At Tour Down Under, the team is riding a mix of the monocoque V2-r and aero Concept bikes, with one of last year’s C60 visible. It’s a big change from 12 months ago, where nearly the whole team were riding the lugged C60 model.

Campagnolo supplies its Super Record EPS groupset and Bora wheels, while fellow-Italian companies Deda, Vittoria and Prologo supply cockpit, tyres and saddles respectively. Powermeters from Power2Max and pedals from Look break up the Italian theme, but keep it within Europe.

Bike Pictured: Colnago V2-r belonging to Italian, and six-time Giro d’Italia stage winner, Diego Ulissi.

 
 
 

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jeudi, 19 janvier 2017

velos professionnels 2017

 
 
 

Les vélos des équipes du Pro Tour 2017

 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
Ag2r-La Mondiale - Factor Bikes
Factor O2
 


 
 
 
 
 

 


 
 
UAE Abu Dhabi - COLNAGO
Colnago C60
 
 

 
 

 
 
 
 

 
Bora-Hansgrohe - specialized


Specialized S-Works Tarmac
 

 
 

 
 

 
Katusha-Alpecin - CANYON


Canyon Aeroad CF SLX
 

 
 

 
 

 
Astana - ARGON 18


Argon 18 Gallium Pro
 

 
 

 
 

 
Bahrain-Merida - MERIDA


Merida Reacto
 

 
 
 
 
 

 
Team BMC - BMC


BMC Teammachine SLR01
 

 
 

 
 
 
 
Dimension Data - CERVELO


Cervelo S5
 

 
 
 
 
 

 
FDJ - LAPIERRE


Lapierre Xelius SL
 

 
 

 
 


 
Lotto Soudal - RIDLEY


Ridley Helium
 

 
 
 
 
 

 
Sky - PINARELLO


Pinarello Dogma F10
 

 
  
 
 

 
 

 
Cannondale-Drapac - CANNONDALE
 
 
Cannondale SuperSix Evo
 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 
ORICA-Scott - SCOTT


Scott Foil
 

 
 

 
 

 
Sunweb - GIANT


Giant  TCR Advanced SL
 

 
 

 
 

 
LottoNL-Jumbo - BIANCHI


Bianchi Oltre XR4
 

 
 
 
 
 

 
Trek-Segafredo - TREK


Trek Emonda
 

 
 


 
Movistar - CANYON
 
 
Canyon Ultimate CF SLX
 

 
 

 
 
 
 
Quickstep Floors - SPECIALIZED


Specialized Roubaix
 

 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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mercredi, 20 janvier 2016

velos protour2016

Les vélos des équipes du Pro Tour 2016 (cliquez sur l image pour la voir en entier)

 
 
 
C'est parti pour la saison 2016 ! Voici les vélos des équipes du Pro Tour 2016 présentés en Australie à l'occasion du Tour Down Under, une des toutes premières courses de la saison.
 
Crédit photo : CYCLINGTIPS


Pinarello Dogma F8 de la Sky


Scott Foil pour IAM. Cette équipe utilisera également l'Addict,

la version light de chez Scott.




Trek Madone de chez Trek Factory Racing


Orica-GreenEdge sera la seconde équipe sur le Scott Foil


Le Merida Scultura de la Lampre

Non vendu avec le vélo !!!



Pinarello Dogma version British

 


BMC Team Machine SLR 01 pour l'équipe BMC


Cervelo S5 pour l'équipe Dimension Data
Encore des traces de l'ancien sponsor... On ne change plus les vélos systématiquement tous les ans dans certaines équipes...
 


Giant TCR Advanced SL de l'équipe Giant Alpecin

Specialized S-Works Tarmac de l'équipe Astana

Specialized S-Works Tarmac pour Contador et l'équipe Tinkoff

 
Bianchi Oltre de l'équipe LottoNL-Jumbo
 



Canyon Aeroad CF SLX de l'équipe Katusha

Ridley SL Helium pour Lotto Soudal

On ne présente plus le Cannondal Super Six Evo de l'équipe du même nom.

Focus Izalco Max de l'équipe AG2R La Mondiale



Spécialized S-Works Venge Vias


Canyon Ultimate CF SLX de la Movistar

Lapierre Aircode SL Ultimate de la FDJ


Crédit photos : www.cyclingtips.com

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lundi, 26 janvier 2015

vélos du pro tour 2015

 

Les vélos du Pro Tour 2015 

 

 

 

La saison vient de débuter à l'autre bout du monde, au Tour Down Under, l'épreuve phare en Australie. L’occasion de faire le tour des forces en présence coté matos. Shimano avec son groupe Dura Ace (Di2 ou mécanique) se taille la part du lion. Coté cadre, on notera trois équipes sur Specialized. Quelques autres nouveautés déjà annoncées comme le groupe électronique SRAM sans fil ou l'arrivée imminente sur le marché des transmissions d'un quatrième groupe électronique également sans fil du coté de chez FSA, seront à surveiller de près sur les prochaines courses...

 

 

FDJ - Lapierre AirCode - Groupe Shimano Dura Ace Di2 -

Périphériques Pro - Roues Shimano - Capteur de puissance SRM

 

Cannondale-Garmin - Cannondale SuperSix EVO - Groupe Dura Ace Di2 - Périphériques FSA - Roues Mavic -

Capteur de puissance Garmin Vector

 

Team Sky - Pinarello Dogma F8 - Groupe Shimano Dura Ace Di2 -  Périphériques Pro - Roues Shimano -

Capteur de puissance Stages 

 

Trek Factory Racing - Trek Madone - Groupe Shimano Dura Ace Di2 -  Périphériques Bontranger - Roues Bontranger -

Capteur de puissance SRM

 

Orica - GreenEDGE -  Scott Foil - Groupe Shimano Dura Ace Di2 -  Périphériques Pro - Roues Shimano -

Capteur de puissance SRM



 

 
Team LottoNL / Jumbo -

Bianchi Oltre XR 2 -
Groupe Shimano Dura Ace Di2 -  Périphériques FSA - Roues Shimano - Capteur de puissance Pioneer

 

Tinkoff-Saxo -  Specialized Tarmac - Groupe Shimano Dura Ace Di2 -  Périphériques FSA - Roues Roval -

Capteur de puissance SRM

 

Astana - Specialized Tarmac - Groupe Sram Red 22 -  Périphériques FSA - Roues Corima -

Capteur de puissance SRM

 

Katusha - Canyon Aeroad CF SLX - Groupe Shimano Dura Ace Di2 -  Périphériques Canyon - Roues Mavic -

Capteur de puissance SRM

 

Movistar - Canyon Aeroad CF SLX - Groupe Campagnolo Super Record -  Périphériques Canyon - Roues Campagnolo -

Capteur de puissance Power2Max

 

Lotto-Soudal - Ridley Ridely Helium SL- Campagnolo Super Record 

Périphériques Deda - Roues Campagnolo

 

AG2R-Mondiale - Focus Izalco Max - Groupe Sram mécanique et électrique sans fil -
Roues Zipp -

Capteur de puissance Quarq

 

Team Giant - Alpecin - Giant Propel - Groupe Shimano Dura Ace Di2 -  Périphériques Pro - Roues Shimano -

Capteur de puissance Pioneer

 

Lampre-Merida - Merida Reacto Evo - Groupe Shimano Dura Ace Di2 -  Périphériques FSA -

Roues Fulcrum

 

Etixx – Quick-Step - Specialized Tarmac - Groupe Shimano Dura Ace Di2 -  Périphériques FSA - Roues Roval - Capteur de puissance SRM

 

IAM - Scott Foil -Groupe Shimano Dura Ace Di2 -  Périphériques Ritchey - Roues DT Swiss -

Capteur de puissance SRM

 

Lotto-Soudal - Noah - Groupe Shimano Campagnolo Super Record -  Périphériques Deda - Roues Campagnolo -

Capteur de puissance SRM

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samedi, 25 janvier 2014

calendrier 26.01.2014

dimanche randonnée de levallois 47-66 km départ 08h00 => info site officiel levallois

 

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Les vélos 2014 des équipes ProTour

 

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Le début de saison des courses cyclistes professionnelles marque pour les amoureux des belles machines la découverte des nouvelles montures des équipes et de leurs robes multicolores… après les goûts et les couleurs…. Voici des clichés pris en Australie sur le Tour Down Under. Présentation des vélos des 18 équipes ProTour et des équipes invitées sur cette épreuve.


Team Astana - Specialized Tarmac S-Works - Roues Corima Aero-S

- Périphériques FSA FSA-SLK pro issue


Team Katusha - Canyon Aeroad CF -

Roues Mavic Cosmic Carbon.

A noter l'utilisation de l'ancien pédalier Dura Ace 7000

équipé du capteur de puissance SRM.



Team Europcar - Outre l'usage du fameux Conago C59,

le M10 Team Edition est aussi utilisé par l'équipe Europcar

ici dans sa version mécanique Campagnolo Super Record.



Lampre courra sur le Merida Reacto Evo avec des couleurs semblables

à celles de l'an passé. Roues Fulcrum, pédalier Rotor,

freins arrières intégrés, tige de selle S-Flex

et groupe Shimano Di2 avec les shifters

position "mains en bas" pour les sprinter.



Ce Scott Foil Orica-GreenEDGE a été personnalisé pour Simon Gerrans. Equipé en Shimano Di2, roues Shimano C50, ensemble cintre/potence PRO et selle Prologo.


Specialized Venge de l'équipe Omega Pharma Quick-Step’s. Groupe SRAM Red, capteur de puissance Quarq, roue Zipp 404 à l'avant, 808 à l'arrière, cintre et potence zipp.


Giant Propel de l'équipe Shimano-Gian

t. Shimano Di2, roues C50, cintre et potence PRO.



L'équipe AG2R La Mondiale sera sur Focus Izalco Max

avec le groupe Campagnolo Super Record EPS (batterie interne)

roues Fulcrum Speed XLR (50mm à l'avant, 80mm à l'arrière),

 cintre, potence, selle et tige de selle Fizik.



Avanti Corsa SL de l'équipe Uni-SA,

groupe Shimano Dura Di2 9000, pédalier SRM, roues C50.



Bianchi Oltre XR2 de l'équipe Belkin. Cintre et potence FSA,

tige de selle intégrée

, Shimano Di2 externe, selle San Marco customisée,

capteur de puissance Pioneer.



BMC Impec de l'équipe du même nom.

Shimano Di2 (batterie interne),

roues C50, cintre et potence 3T.



Cannondale Super Six EVO.

Groupe SRAM Red,

roues Vision Metron 81, cintre, potence,

tige de selle FSA, le tout en accord au niveau des couleurs !



Cervelo R5 de l'équipe Garmin,

nouveau pédalier Rotor compact BCD,

pédales capteur de puissance Garmin Vector,

groupe Shimano Di2 et roues Mavic.



Colnago C59 peint aux couleurs nationales de Yukiya Arashiro

pour rappeler son titre de champion du Japon.

Groupe Campagnolo EPS avec batterie interne,

nouvelles Bora 35mm, cintre intégré Deda.



Swift U-Vox de l'équipe Australienne Drapac Pro Cycling

. roues Zipp 404

, groupe SRAM Red,

cintre, potence et tige de selle Zipp.



Lapierre Ultimate de l'équipe FDJ. Groupe Shimano Di2 Dura-Ace,

roues C50, cintre, potence et tige de selle PRO.



Ridley Helium de l'équipe Lotto-Belisol. Roues Campagnolo Bora

. Groupe Super Record Campagnolo EPS.


Canyon Ulitimate CF SLX de l'équipe Movistar.

Groupe Campagnolo Super Record EPS.

Roues Campagnolo Ultra Two.



Pinarello Dogma 65.1 de l'équipe Sky.

Groupe Shimano Di2, roues C50, cintre/potence PRO

. A noter le nouveau capteur de puissance Stages sur la manivelle gauche

. On retrouve également le Bar Fly 2 pour réceptionner deux types de compteur Garmin

comme les Edge 500 et 510 par exemple.



Specialized Tarmac de l'équipe Saxo-Tinkoff.

Groupe SRAM Red 22 (SRM ou SRAM Quark),

roues, cintre, potence, tige de selle Zipp, selle Prologo.



Trek Madone Team Issue de l'équipe Trek Factory.

Roues Bontrager, groupe Shimano Dura Ace Di2.