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sylvain chavanel

Riders
19.08.11

This puncheur doesn't do rolling around in the bunch, waiting for things to happen. 

chavanel IAM

Riders
19.08.11

This puncheur doesn't do rolling around in the bunch, waiting for things to happen. 

graeme fife

Riders
19.08.11

This puncheur doesn't do rolling around in the bunch, waiting for things to happen. 

rouleur issue 25

Riders
19.08.11

This puncheur doesn't do rolling around in the bunch, waiting for things to happen. 

rouleur magazine

Riders
19.08.11

This puncheur doesn't do rolling around in the bunch, waiting for things to happen. 

omega pharma

Riders
19.08.11

This puncheur doesn't do rolling around in the bunch, waiting for things to happen. 

tour de france

Riders
19.08.11

This puncheur doesn't do rolling around in the bunch, waiting for things to happen. 

aldo gios

Bicycles
19.08.11

No messing here: the inner chainring is the beefier Record version with additional braces. The outer, however, has not escaped the pantographer’s deft touch. The GT logo can be seen clearly, and small, subtle grooves have been milled to shave grams without reducing rigidity. The “over the top” cable guide for the rear derailleur can also be seen which, despite being awkward to clean, did provide a smooth route for the inner wire.

Let's go back to a time when the appearance and efficiency of a bicycle mattered far more.

roger de vlaeminck

Bicycles
19.08.11

No messing here: the inner chainring is the beefier Record version with additional braces. The outer, however, has not escaped the pantographer’s deft touch. The GT logo can be seen clearly, and small, subtle grooves have been milled to shave grams without reducing rigidity. The “over the top” cable guide for the rear derailleur can also be seen which, despite being awkward to clean, did provide a smooth route for the inner wire.

Let's go back to a time when the appearance and efficiency of a bicycle mattered far more.

paris-roubaix

Bicycles
19.08.11

No messing here: the inner chainring is the beefier Record version with additional braces. The outer, however, has not escaped the pantographer’s deft touch. The GT logo can be seen clearly, and small, subtle grooves have been milled to shave grams without reducing rigidity. The “over the top” cable guide for the rear derailleur can also be seen which, despite being awkward to clean, did provide a smooth route for the inner wire.

Let's go back to a time when the appearance and efficiency of a bicycle mattered far more.

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