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TT bikes of the 2006 Giro: Verbrugghe's Cofidis Wilier & Gutierrez's Illes Balears Pinarello, May 6, 2006

Rik Verbrugghe's hoping this bike
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Verbrugghe opts for flat
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A centimetre-tall plastic wedge
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Ready to slice the wind.
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A TT-specific carbon fork.
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Gel padding
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A airfoil-shaped downtube.
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The name's Verbrugghe,
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A big big dog!
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180mm cranks.
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A chain-slip protector
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Selle Italia's sleek SLR saddle.
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If looks could kill...
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From whatever angle you see it,
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Gutierrez has an adjustable Deda stem
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Looking down the cockpit.
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The head-tube cluster
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An aero fork
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The flexibility of carbon
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The seat tube
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Pinarello pioneered the big bottom bracket trend
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DedaTre's Olimpico tyres.
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Gutierrez will be using a 55/44 front chainring
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