Photo Gallery: The Fastest (And Slowest) 2019 Tour De France Time Trial Tech

Sunday’s team trial wasn’t very technical, and mostly flat, which meant that everything was geared toward all-out speed — quite literally, in fact. The average speed of the winning team was a whopping 57.2 kilometers per hour. Whereas 56T and 58T outer chainrings are often the norm, 60T ones weren’t entirely uncommon today, plus heaps … The post Photo gallery: The fastest (and slowest) 2019 Tour de France time trial tech appeared first on CyclingTips .

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