The jerseys of the 2010 Tour de France. Andy Schleck (Saxo Bank) wearing white for the best rider under 25; Anthony Charteau (Bbox-Bouygues Telecom) in the polka dots for the best climber; Alberto Contador (Astana) in yellow for the overall; Alessandro Petacchi (Lampre-Farnese Vini) in green for the best sprinter. (Photo: Yuzuru Sunada)
Lance Armstrong (RadioShack) gettinhis number re-pinned while riding in Stage 20 of the 2010 Tour de France. The team arrived on the start wearing black “LiveStrong” kits which were in violation of the UCI code. The peloton were made to wait while RadioShack team changed back into the approved kits. Lance’s number was blowing around in the wind and had to be re-pinned. The black kits with the number “28” were a tribute to the estimated 28 million people living with cancer. The team, who won the team classification, wore the black kits on the podium in Paris. (Photo: Yuzuru Sunada)
Andy Schleck (Saxo Bank) and Alberto Contador (Astana) play sprinting games on the final stage of the 2010 Tour de France. The two attacked and chased, smiling and laughing. (Photo: Yuzuru Sunada)
Alessandro Petacchi (Lampre-Farnese Vini) in green with Mark Cavendish (HTC-Columbia) in Stage 20 of the 2010 Tour de France. While Petacchi wins the prize for most consistent, Cav is clearly the fastest man on two wheels. (Photo: Yuzuru Sunada)
Team Astana with yellow jersey Alberto Contador toasting with the traditional celebratory champagne on the way to Paris in Stage 20 of the 2010 Tour de France. (Photo: Yuzuru Sunada)
WARNING: Much of the action depicted in this magazine is potentially dangerous. Virtually all of the riders seen in our photos are experienced experts or professionals. Do not attempt to duplicate any stunts that are beyond your own capabilities. Always wear the appropriate safety gear.
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