Jay checks in with even more photos from behind the ropes at the 2008 Tour de France. Snapshots of Ridley's new Noah road bike, which looks to challenge Cervelo's Soloist and Felt's new AR1 in the aero-road bike category, along with more of the latest from this year's tour.
Cannondale Slice frames sitting ready in the Liquigas team truck.
The new graphics of FSA's K-Force Light on Frank Schleck's Cervelo Soloist Carbon-SL.
Ridley's new Noah features the Oval Designs cooperative R-Flow slotted seatstays and fork.
Popovitch's Ridley Noah joins the Cervelo Soloist Carbon and the Felt AR1 in the growing aero road bike category.
Ridley says its new Dean offers up to 79 degrees of effective seat angle, as well as hidden brakes and R-Flow stays.
The clean frontal profile of the Ridley Dean.
Shimano mechanics work with Rabobank's Colnago time trial bikes, a design cooperative (as marked on the chainstays) with Giant bicycles.