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Campagnolo disc brakes used for the first time at the Tour de France

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Andre Greipel raced on the new Ridley Noah aero bike equipped with Campagnolo disc brakes for the first time at the Tour de France

Andre Greipel raced on the new Ridley Noah aero bike equipped with Campagnolo disc brakes for the first time at the Tour de France
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The two Lotto-Soudal riders on discs meant the team car needed a mix of spare wheels

The two Lotto-Soudal riders on discs meant the team car needed a mix of spare wheels
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A closer look at the Campagnolo flat mount disc brake caliper

A closer look at the Campagnolo flat mount disc brake caliper
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The new Ridley Noah features an aero tab to the rear of the fork

The new Ridley Noah features an aero tab to the rear of the fork
(Image credit: Josh Evans / Immediate Media)
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A hex key removes the thru-axles

A hex key removes the thru-axles
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Greipel ran 160mm a rotor on the front and 140mm rotor on the rear

Greipel ran 160mm a rotor on the front and 140mm rotor on the rear
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The Campagnolo H11 levers have a visibly higher hood to accommodate the hydraulic system

The Campagnolo H11 levers have a visibly higher hood to accommodate the hydraulic system
(Image credit: Josh Evans / Immediate Media)