Stage 11 Time Trial: As decisive as the mountains

Chris Froome, Time Trial, Team Sky, Pinarello

The Tour de France's riders face their first individual time trial tomorrow to Mont-Saint-Michel, a stage that could be just as decisive as the mountain days last weekend.

Last year, Sky's Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome stomped their rivals in the two time trails, around 50 kilometres apiece. This year the two tests are around 30 kilometres, including one with two climbs, but the gains are still up for grabs.

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