A hard-fought 100th Tour de France
We congratulate Omega Pharma – Quick-Step Cycling Team and Team Saxo-Tinkoff for their aggressive racing and hard-fought efforts throughout the 100th Tour de France, which wrapped up Sunday in Paris. Both teams rely on Zipp wheels, bars, stems and seatposts as well as SRAM RED drivetrains.
Omega Pharma – Quick-Step highlights
Team Saxo-Tinkoff highlights
Also of note, riders from the two teams also debuted SRAM’s RED 22 Hydraulic Road Rim (HRR) groupset at this year’s Tour de France. RED 22 HydroR is the first complete production road drivetrain featuring hydraulic brakes.