10 Jul 2019


The second stage of the Tour de France was a flat, fast 27.6-kilometer team time trial in Brussels. EF Education First team faced the stage with a new, special 60T chainring developed by Vision with the feedback and the experience of pro riders.
The result has been great: EF’s riders stopped the clock at 29’25”, in sixth place, only 8” to second place of Team Ineos, the best team in TTT stages over the last seasons.

No doubt that the Vision 60T chainring helped EF’s riders to exploit their full power/watts, confirming to be a fundamental tool “to win the wind” in team time trial races. 

This continued work side by side between FSA/Vision and the pro teams and athletes is reflected on the market, providing the best products developed and tested by pro riders, for all riders.

As EF’s road captain Simon Clarke said: “A lot of effort has gone into making sure the TTT is no longer a weak point. The result from today reflects the great effort the team has put in behind the scenes. We’re on the fastest equipment possible. We’ve maximized training and preparation for today”.