Tour de France Pro Bike: Cadel Evans’ time trial machine

A look at Cadel Evans' BMC time trial bike

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Cadel Evans had just 42.5km to make up 58 seconds on Andy Schleck on Saturday, and that’s just what he did aboard his BMC time-trial bike, racing to the overall lead in the 2011 Tour de France.

While Schleck’s Trek Speed Concept is a well-established bicycle, Evans’ BMC is new to many of us. Here’s a closer look.

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