The least spotted technology in the Tour de France

The Tour de France 2022 has been one for the ages. Exciting races, fantastic performances, heart-pounding moments at the edge of your seat on almost every stage and a wealth of new technology. It’s been a busy month with no shortage of content for CyclingTips to cover.

As such, some things have slipped through the net, but now on the eve of the final stage, we’ve sat down to scroll through our tech-filled camera SD cards and pick out some of the tech that doesn’t. did not make it an independent article. . Not because it’s not interesting, but because it was intended to be part of a dedicated standalone that for some reason didn’t materialize, or waited for more details that didn’t never arrived.

The good news is that the contents of this tech savings piggy bank make for a great wrap-up gallery. Enjoy

KTM reveal prototype

Three days from the Grand Départ, and we have already spotted Cyril Lemoine’s new KTM Revelator. Until KTM reveals the Revelator at the Tour or Eurobike, we saved these shots for the big reveal. KTM has yet to reveal this Revelator reveal.

Unfortunately, even when KTM fully unveils the Revelator, that zebra-like paint job is unlikely to be available to you and me. One can hope, however, and in the meantime here are some close-ups of the new bike.

Campagnolo climbing wheels

Reserve Motorcycle Spear

Cervelo and Reserve had taken over the Santa Cruz store in Morzine on the first real day off. Reserve have since released their new 52/63 Aero road wheelset, and now that scooter really comes into its own.

New shoes, old shoes, bad shoes

Merida Bars

Headache against the clock


Wiley C. Thompson