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The bikes of the Tour de France

A look at the 22 team bikes that are being raced at the 2022 Tour de France.

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There are 18 bike brands sponsoring the 22 teams of the 2022 Tour de France. Canyon and Specialized have three teams apiece, while the other brands have all their eggs in one team’s basket.

Here, we present one bike as raced by each team. Please note that most brands have a few models for the team riders to choose from. So Movistar riders, for instance, can pick between the Canyon Aeroad aero bike and the Ultimate all-around race bike. Plus, of course, there are time trial machines in the mix as well.

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For components, Shimano, Campagnolo, and SRAM are all in the mix, with Shimano having the lion’s share of the teams.

Read on for a look at every team bike of the 2022 Tour de France.

AG2R Citröen’s BMC

Bicycle: BMC
Model shown here: Teammachine SLR01
Components: Campagnolo
Wheels: Campagnolo
Notes: The team also has access to the Timemachine Road aero bike.

Alpecin-Fenix’s Canyon

Bicycle: Canyon
Model shown here: Aeroad CFR
Components: Shimano
Wheels: Shimano
Notes: For climbing days, the team can opt for the Ultimate CFR.

Arkéa-Samsic’s Canyon

Bicycle: Canyon
Model shown here: Aeroad CFR
Components: Shimano
Wheels: Shimano
Notes: Nairo Quintana, this team’s hope for the overall, races on a size XS — one of the smallest bikes of the Tour de France.

Astana Qazaqstan’s Wilier Triestina

Bicycle: Wilier Triestina
Model shown here: 0 SLR
Components: Shimano
Wheels: Corima
Notes: The team can also ride the Filante SLR aero bike

Bahrain Victoriuous’s Merida

Bicycle: Merida
Model shown here: Reacto Team
Components: Shimano
Wheels: Vision
Notes: The team also has access to the Scultura Team

B&B Hotels-KTM’s KTM

Bicycle: KTM
Model shown here: Revelator Alto
Components: Shimano
Wheels: DT Swiss
Notes: KTM is best known for motorcycles, but makes non-motorized two-wheelers as well.

BikeExchange–Jayco’s Giant

Bicycle: Giant
Model shown here: TCR Advanced SL
Components: Shimano
Wheels: Cadex
Notes: The team also has the Propel aero bike.

Bora-Hansgrohe’s Specialized

Bicycle: Specialized
Model shown here: Tarmac SL 7
Components: Shimano
Wheels: Roval
Notes: Specialized has supplied the team’s bikes since 2017, also the year that Peter Sagan, who has since left, joined the team. Specialized has all of its pro riders on the Tarmac all-around race bike, instead of a separate aero bike and climbing bike.

Cofidis’ De Rosa

Bicycle: De Rosa
Model shown here: SK
Components: Campagnolo
Wheels: Corima
Notes: Cofidis also has the De Rosa Merak as an option.

DSM’s Scott

Bicycle: Scott
Model shown here: Addict RC
Components: Shimano
Wheels: Shimano
Notes: The team also has the Foil aero bike.

EF Education–EasyPost’s Cannondale

Bicycle: Cannondale
Model shown here: SuperSix EVO
Components: FSA/Shimano
Wheels: Vision
Notes: The American-based team has been racing on the American Cannondale brand for eight seasons now. They also have the SystemSix aero bike in their arsenal.

Groupama-FDJ’s Lapierre

Bicycle: Lapierre
Model shown here: Xelius
Components: Shimano
Wheels: Shimano
Notes: Lapierre has been the solitary bike sponsor of this stalwart French squad for more than 20 years.

Ineos-Grenadiers’ Pinarello

Bicycle: Pinarello
Model shown here: Dogma F
Components: Shimano
Wheels: Shimano
Notes: The Ineos Grenadiers are disc-only on road bikes now.

Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert’s Cube

Bicycle: Cube
Model shown here: Litening C:68X
Components: Shimano
Wheels: Newmen
Notes: The team uses the The Aerium TT bike in time trials.

Israel–Premier Tech’s Factor

Bicycle: Factor
Model shown here: Ostro VAM
Components: Shimano
Wheels: Black, Inc.
Notes: Factor makes a number of eye-catching bikes, including the One aero bike with a bayonet fork design that comes up in front of the head tube.

Jumbo-Visma’s Cervélo

Bicycle: Cervélo
Model shown here: Caledonia-5
Components: Shimano
Wheels: Shimano
Notes: Cervélo offers three different road bikes to this heavy hitting team with ambitions for both the yellow and green jerseys. Wout van Aert and the rest of the team will be on the S5 for sprint stages and the R5 for climbing days.

Lotto-Soudal’s Ridley

Bicycle: Ridley
Model shown here: Noah Fast Disc
Components: Shimano
Wheels: DT Swiss
Notes: This quintessentially Belgian squad races quintessentially Belgian bikes, with a choice between the Noah Fast aero bike, the Helium SLX climbing bike, and the Fenix SL all-around race bike.

Movistar’s Canyon

Bicycle: Canyon
Model shown here: Aeroad CFR
Components: SRAM
Wheels: Zipp
Notes: Although built and billed as an aero bike, the Aeroad has often been raced on the rough roads of Paris-Roubaix, and has won at the cobbled Tour of Flanders.

Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl’s Specialized

Bicycle: Specialized
Model shown here: Tarmac SL7
Components: Shimano
Wheels: Roval
Notes: Specialized has all of its pro riders on the Tarmac all-around race bike, instead of a separate aero bike and climbing bike.

TotalEnergies’ Specialized

Bicycle: Specialized
Model shown here: Tarmac SL7
Components: Shimano
Wheels: Roval
Notes: Specialized can’t bear to see Peter Sagan on anything but its own bikes. The brand picked up a third team sponsorship for 2022 when he left Bora-Hansgrohe.

Trek-Segafredo’s Trek

Bicycle: Trek
Model shown here: Émonda
Components: SRAM
Wheels: Bontrager
Notes:  The Émonda is an ultralight race bike with some more subtle aero shaping. The team also has a more outright aero bike in the Madone.

UAE Team Emirates’ Colnago

Bicycle: Colnago
Model shown here: V3Rs
Components: Campagnolo
Wheels: Campagnolo
Notes: UAE is the last high profile team to race on rim brakes, usually opting for them on mountain stages to save about 300 grams. Colnago has recently announced a new “Prototipo” model, which the team will have access to at the Tour, that should be light enough to reach the UCI weight limit with disc brakes.