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At the finish in Colmar, after negotiating five steep and winding descents, some of the material of the Shiman …

At the finish in Colmar, after negotiating five steep and winding descents, some of the material of the Shimano cork brake pads on the front of this Rabobank bike seems to have been melted and pushed to the leading edge by the Fir Santara carbon rims

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At the finish in Colmar, after negotiating five steep and winding descents, some of the material of the Shimano cork brake pads on the front of this Rabobank bike seems to have been melted and pushed to the leading edge by the Fir Santara carbon rims  |  Photo: Lennard Zinn
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At the finish in Colmar, after negotiating five steep and winding descents, some of the material of the Shiman ...
At the finish in Colmar, after negotiating five steep and winding descents, some of the material of the Shimano cork brake pads on the front of this Rabobank bike seems to have been melted and pushed to the leading edge by the Fir Santara carbon rims  |  Photo: Lennard Zinn
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