The Tour de France's final time trial was a pivotal moment in this year's race with Cadel Evans (BMC) finishing second and in the process overturning Andy Schleck's 57-seconds advantage to win his first Tour.
The riders covered 42.5km on rolling terrain around the city of Grenoble on machines that have been purpose-built for optimum wind-cheating and efficiency. Check out our massive image gallery to see some of the cutting-edge aero bikes that vied for supremacy.
This article was first published on Bikeradar.
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