Tour de France 2011 team bikes
Cycling Weekly scoured the pits during the opening weekend of the 2011 Tour de France to bring you photos of some of the latest Tour team bikes.
We'll be running a more in-depth look at each of these bikes over the coming weeks in Cycling Weekly magazine.
Bradley Wiggins' Pinarello's Graal TT bike in British National Champs colours - splendid!
Wiggo's other National Champs bike this one for the road - the new Dogma2
George Hincapie's choice, he prefers the slightly softer BMC SLR 01 over the latest Impec
Crafty camera work, the pre-production BMC TT machine of Cadel Evans captured before its official release
It's Roche, it's Nicholas Roche. Kuota KOM Evo for the Ag2r man
There is only one Fabian Cancellara and this is his custom livery Trek Speed Concept
In homage to his Giro d'Italia win - Alberto Contador's Saxo Bank Specialized Shiv
Ritchie Porte gets one of the development Specialized SL4 bikes to evaluate
Preferring to start on the Specialized SL3, Alberto Contador gets another custom paint job
Will he be a contender or not? Ivan Basso's Liquigas bike is the new Cannondale Evo
Canyon's key riders all got something special, this one is Andre Greipel's Ultimate CF SLX
Stage one winner and Belgium National Champ livery for Philip Gilbert on his Canyon
French hope Thomas Voeckler gets this stunning green sparkle paint-work to his Europcar Colnago
World Champs livery... it has to be Thor Hushovd's Cervelo S5 before they added the yellow leader's stripes
Samuel Sanchez has a thing for the number eight and so does his Orbea
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Tour de France 2011: Cycling Weekly's coverage index
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