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Bikes of stage 4: a gallery

Bikes of stage 4: a gallery

We’ve already offered a look at some of the differences in equipment selection for the cobbled fourth stage of the 2015 Tour de France but is there ever enough tech in cycling? Jack Lynch wandered around the team busses before the start of the stage from Seraing to Cambrai yesterday and snapped a shot of anything that took his interest.

Here is a collection of close-up photos from what was anything but an ordinary stage of the Tour.

 

– Photos: Jack Lynch

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AG2R La Mondiale. Focus with SRAM.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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Big inner ring. SRAM.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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Wireless… SRAM. Now with graphics included. Is launch date coming soon?
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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Schwalbe… for the cobbles.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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Remember when cobbles = low-profile aluminium rims? No more.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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Lotto-Soudal. If you’ve got the power, measure it…
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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New GoPro launched Monday, in use at the Tour Tuesday.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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Cycling computer on top, camera below.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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Trek’s decoupler.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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Austrian champion’s Canyon.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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Less fatigue, more control… Lotto NL-Jumbo.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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Okay, yep… the obligatory extra brake lever photo.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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54/46… fairly standard for yesterday.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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Orbea for Cofidis.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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Stem for Bouhanni.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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Shock absorber for Roy.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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Cantilevers for Péraud.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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Suspension by Pinarello.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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GoPro… looking backwards.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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Weening’s saddle.
Photo: Jack Lynch

 

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