Pro Team Mechanics at Tour de France
Tour de France is not all about riders and victories; it’s also about the people behind the scenes that we don’t see on TV and in magazines, but who work incredibly long hours to make sure the bikes perform perfectly through every stage.
The Tour de France is the most important race of the year, which puts a lot of pressure on their shoulders, these hard working team mechanics deserve to be honored.
All year long, SRAM Global and European Road Sponsorship managers work in close relation with the team mechanics to provide technical expertise and services.
Gil Rodriguez - Astana Cycling Team Mechanic
Kenny Latomme, Omega Pharma-Quick-Step Pro Cycling Team head Mechanic with Ben Raby & Jason Phillips (SRAM European Road Sponsorship) and Troy Hoskin (Quarq Marketing & Public Relations)
Liquigas-Cannondale Mechanics at the Tour de France 2012 (left to right): Giuseppe Archetti 'Arco', Ben Raby (SRAM European Road Sponsorship), Matteo Cornacchione and Nazzareno Berto
Jason Phillips, SRAM Pro race expert working with one of the Team Saxo Bank-Tinkoff Bank key mechanics, Alejandro Torralbo
Ben Raby with Arco (Liquigas-Cannondale)
Omega Pharma-Quick-Step Pro Cycling Team: Tony Martin with mechanic Guido Scheeren and Sport Director David Bramati
Team Saxo Bank - Tinkoff Bank mechanics: Guillaume Bouveret & Alejandro Torralbo
Kevin Desmedt, Omega Pharma-Quick-Step Pro Cyling Team Mechanic adjusting the SRAM RED-2012 shifters (Photo: Breakthrough Media)
Ben Raby with Astana Pro Cycling Team mechanics
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