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Jens Voigt's final pro bike – complete with 'shut up legs' mantra
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The 2006 Tour de France was the third fastest ever, with Floyd Landis' winning average speed 40.784...
The 2006 Tour de France was the third fastest ever, with Floyd Landis' winning average speed 40.784 km/h for the 3656.5 km distance. Only Lance Armstrong (41.698 km/h in 2005 and 40.956 km/h in 2003) has ridden faster to win La Grande Boucle. Armstrong also holds two more of the top five average speeds: 40.563 km/h in 2004 and 40.315 km/h in 1999.