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“The difference was obvious when I first rode the Dogma F8,” says 2013 Tour de France champion Chris Froome. “It is obviously lighter and feels more rigid, so that all the power from your legs is transferred to the road without any flex or movement. This is a bike on which I know I can win another Tour de France. I am going to be doing everything possible to make that happen.”
The bike's first race was the Critérium du Dauphiné, which started last weekend, and will go on to compete in the Tour de France — starting in Leeds on July 5.