FROOMEY CELEBRATES HIS 4th TOUR DE FRANCE. THE 13th FOR PINARELLO!

On his yellow Dogma F10 delivered by Fausto Pinarello himself, The Team Sky rider was flanked by his team-mates as he crossed the line on the Champs-Elysees, and claimed the famed maillot jaune by an eventual winning margin of 54 seconds Froome’s third victory in a row, and a fifth in eight years for Team Sky, came after three hard weeks of racing, with the team holding the race lead for 19 of the race’s 21 stages. This year is also the first victory in the Tour’s team GC – a classification Team Sky led from start to finish – with seven minutes and 14 seconds over nearest rivals. A fourth win elevates Froome to fifth on the all-time list of winners, with just Jacques Anquetil, Eddy Merckx, Bernard Hinault and Miguel Indurain now ahead of the Kenyan-born Brit. A result made possible also thanks to an accurate set up of the bikes used during the Tour: Dogma F10, Dogma F10 X-Light and Bolide TT.

On his yellow Dogma F10 delivered by Fausto Pinarello himself, The Team Sky rider was flanked by his team-mates as he crossed the line on the Champs-Elysees, and claimed the famed maillot jaune by an eventual winning margin of 54 seconds

 

Froome’s third victory in a row, and a fifth in eight years for Team Sky, came after three hard weeks of racing, with the team holding the race lead for 19 of the race’s 21 stages.

 

This year is also the first victory in the Tour’s team GC – a classification Team Sky led from start to finish – with seven minutes and 14 seconds over nearest rivals.

 

 A fourth win elevates Froome to fifth on the all-time list of winners, with just Jacques Anquetil, Eddy Merckx, Bernard Hinault and Miguel Indurain now ahead of the Kenyan-born Brit.

 

A result made possible also thanks to an accurate set up of the bikes used during the Tour: Dogma F10, Dogma F10 X-Light and Bolide TT.