Our 18 Favorite Photos From Stage 7

Tour de France 2020 Stage 7

Take a few moments to appreciate the intensity, emotion and excitement each stage of the Tour de France brings with Road Bike Action’s daily photo galleries.

Pinarello – Ineos Grenadiers

Pinarello equipped the Ineos Grenadiers with the new Dogma F12 X-Lite. As is tradition, the Dogma relies on an asymmetrical frame design made with Torayca T1100  carbon with Nanoalloy technology.



Per race rules, riders don facemasks until the moments before the start gun goes off. 103 miles of windswept farm roads lay ahead.

Bora-Hansgrohe set the pace early in an effort to secure the green jersey for Peter Sagan. 


Tour de France 2020 – Adam Yates (GBR – Mitchelton – Scott)

Bora’s effort caused gaps in the peloton, forming echelons on the road. Even the yellow jersey took pulls on the front as riders like Richie Porte and Tadej Pogacar were caught out of position.


Time gaps remained relatively unchanged throughout the stage. Riders in each echelon were pushing all-out efforts to bridge gaps between groups that were often within eyesight.  

Michal Kwiatkowski (POL – Team Ineos)

Michal Kwiatkowski and the Ineos Grenadiers led the final charge into Lavaur.


Wout Van Aert is making a compelling case for the RBA’s best cyclist of the year award.

Tadej Pogacar (SLO – UAE – Team Emirates)

Pogacar took his group to the line over 90 seconds behind the leaders.

Wout Van Aert (BEL – Team Jumbo – Visma) – Tom Dumoulin (NED – Team Jumbo – Visma)

Two wins on books so far for Van Aert


RBA/AFP Photos: Bettini

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