While team leaders have had Cervelo’s latest TT bike the P5 for a while now, Le Tour is the first time we’ve seen the whole team aboard them. Launched with Mahura RT8 TT brakes as standard equipment, the teams mechanics have been busy butchering Shimano D12 tt levers in order to fashion a brake and shift lever on the bullhorns.

Garmin’s Cervelo P5

Europcar’s Colnago K-Edge

Orica Green Edge’s Scott plasma TT

Liquigas Cannondale’s Slice

Lotto-Belisol’s Ridley Dean ISP

Omega Pharma Quick Step’s Specialized Shiv

Rabobanks Giant Trinity Advanced SL

Vacansoliel-DCM’s Bianchi Crono

Check out our other Tour bikes: Petacchi’s Wilier, Michael Schar’s BMC,
Cadel’s BMC TM01
or Bradley Wiggins’s Pinarello Graal

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