TOOLS OF THE TOUR

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The Big Dance, Le Grand Boucle, there is no bigger stage in cycling than the Tour de France. To conquer its brutal stages and beat the very best riders in the world, only the best bikes and equipment will do. Take a look at what the world’s fastest riders use, and then stock up till your heart's content.

TOOLS OF THE TOUR

Shop the Winning Gear

The Big Dance, Le Grand Boucle, there is no bigger stage in cycling than the Tour de France. To conquer its brutal stages and beat the very best riders in the world, only the best bikes and equipment will do. Take a look at what the world’s fastest riders use, and then stock up till your heart's content.

ONE BIKE TO RULE THEM ALL

Tarmac SL7

Our riders know they will be on the fastest bike for every single race. Climb on the lightest bike the rules allow, sprint on the fastest—all with legendary Tarmac handling. The only choice our riders need to make is when to attack.

ONE BIKE TO RULE THEM ALL

Tarmac SL7

Our riders know they will be on the fastest bike for every single race. Climb on the lightest bike the rules allow, sprint on the fastest—all with legendary Tarmac handling. The only choice our riders need to make is when to attack.

THERE IS A MADNESS TO OUR METHOD

Body Geometry

3,383km, 21 days, 11 stages in the hills and mountains. The Tour is a brutal test for any rider. That’s why during the Tour, and the countless miles it takes to prepare, our riders rely on Body Geometry shoes and saddles to ensure they are one with their bike. In fact, keep an eagle eye out, and you’ll see plenty of riders we don’t sponsor at the Tour riding Body Geometry saddles and shoes.

THERE IS A MADNESS TO OUR METHOD

Body Geometry

3,383km, 21 days, 11 stages in the hills and mountains. The Tour is a brutal test for any rider. That’s why during the Tour, and the countless miles it takes to prepare, our riders rely on Body Geometry shoes and saddles to ensure they are one with their bike. In fact, keep an eagle eye out, and you’ll see plenty of riders we don’t sponsor at the Tour riding Body Geometry saddles and shoes.

FASTER, COOLER HEADS

Helmets

Depending on the day, SD Worx, Deceuninck–Quick-Step, and BORA–hansgrohe decide between the S-Works Evade and the S-Works Prevail II Vent helmets. And while the aerodynamics of the Evade often rule the roost, the new Prevail II Vent is the best option for hotter days.

FASTER, COOLER HEADS

Helmets

Depending on the day, SD Worx, Deceuninck–Quick-Step, and BORA–hansgrohe decide between the S-Works Evade and the S-Works Prevail II Vent helmets. And while the aerodynamics of the Evade often rule the roost, the new Prevail II Vent is the best option for hotter days.

FASTER, COOLER FEET

S-Works Shoes

The shoes these riders depend on are developed with Body Geometry features and technology to improve performance for the most demanding race in the world. Whether it’s the S-Works Vent keeping feet cool and comfortable on hot, alpine passes or the S-Works Ares delivering increased power for victory in 60kph sprints, it’s gotta be the shoes.

FASTER, COOLER FEET

S-Works Shoes

The shoes these riders depend on are developed with Body Geometry features and technology to improve performance for the most demanding race in the world. Whether it’s the S-Works Vent keeping feet cool and comfortable on hot, alpine passes or the S-Works Ares delivering increased power for victory in 60kph sprints, it’s gotta be the shoes.

COMFORT FOR KILOMETERS

Saddles

Saddle choice is often a sore subject, which is why our Body Geometry saddles protect our athletes’ most vital parts from soft tissue pressure, hot spots, and any other issues that may arise after hours in the saddle. Yes, even during the 3,383km that make up this year’s Tour. Curious what the pros are on?

COMFORT FOR KILOMETERS

Saddles

Saddle choice is often a sore subject, which is why our Body Geometry saddles protect our athletes’ most vital parts from soft tissue pressure, hot spots, and any other issues that may arise after hours in the saddle. Yes, even during the 3,383km that make up this year’s Tour. Curious what the pros are on?

THE NEW SHAPE OF SPEED

Shiv TT

Forget all the time trial bike stigmas. Deep, skinny airfoils, massive seat tube cutouts, heavy frames, and sketchy handling—the Shiv TT makes them all relics of the past. Light, responsive, and agile, the Shiv TT is Tour-proven after Alaphilippe’s dominating TT victory in 2019.

THE NEW SHAPE OF SPEED

Shiv TT

Forget all the time trial bike stigmas. Deep, skinny airfoils, massive seat tube cutouts, heavy frames, and sketchy handling—the Shiv TT makes them all relics of the past. Light, responsive, and agile, the Shiv TT is Tour-proven after Alaphilippe’s dominating TT victory in 2019.

IT’S A WHOLE NEW SPORT

Turbo Creo SL

An e-road bike at the Tour de France? Absolutely. When rest day comes, you’ll often find the riders from Deceuninck–Quick-Step and BORA–hansgrohe opting for the Turbo Creo SL for their recovery ride. There’s no better way to spin the legs out on the way to the coffee shop after a long week of racing than the Turbo Creo SL. It’s the pros, only faster.

IT’S A WHOLE NEW SPORT

Turbo Creo SL

An e-road bike at the Tour de France? Absolutely. When rest day comes, you’ll often find the riders from Deceuninck–Quick-Step and BORA–hansgrohe opting for the Turbo Creo SL for their recovery ride. There’s no better way to spin the legs out on the way to the coffee shop after a long week of racing than the Turbo Creo SL. It’s the pros, only faster.