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Jens Voigt's final pro bike – complete with 'shut up legs' mantra
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Aero-vent balance, MIPS and bright shells all trending updwards
Patriotic paint, progressive features and prototype Zipp wheels
Thumbs up from Andy Schleck on the stage 4 start line.
Tour Devil will miss Tour but also on the mend
Wynants (Rabobank) suffered two broken ribs and a punctured lung in last week's sixth stage of the Tour de France, and since then has been in hospital in Nancy, France. But yesterday, he went home. “Never thought to be so happy with a dismissal: dismissed from hospital,” he tweeted.
Terpstra's injuries from the first stage of the Tour of Poland have proven not to be as serious as feared, and the Omega Pharma-QuickStep rider will be able to ride in the Olympics, Dutch national coach Leo van Vliet has announced.
"There is nothing broken or torn. Niki has a deep wound in his knee, so he that he can't cycle at least the next two days,” he told ad.nl.
Terpstra is scheduled to ride both the road race and individual time trial at the Olympics.
“Tour Devil” Didi Senft confirmed that he will miss the Tour this year for the first time, but that things are finally looking up after his surgery last month.
“I just got back from having my head x-rayed, the third time in three weeks, I feel like a Chernobyl reactor.,” he told Cyclingnews. “Today the results were much better and I can start doing more things every day, (unfortunately without the Tour).”