Mathieu Van Der Poel’s 2022 Canyon Aeroad CFR Bike Size

It has long been a request among DMCX website readers, I finally got enough data to review Mathieu Van Der Poel’s 2022 Canyon Aeroad CFR Bike Size.

This is the beginning of a new era in road bike cycling; The end of 11 speed.

Shimano released its long awaited 12 speed group set on the last week of the Vuelta 2021. Despite being glued to my laptop screen I could not spot any pros finishing the Vuelta a Espana with the new 12 speed groupset.
The Vuelta 2021 was thus the last Grand Tour raced (and Won!) on a 11 speed road bikes.

The first Pro rider to be officially racing on Shimano’s new 12 speed Dura Ace group set is Mathieu Van Der Poel.

No need to introduce who is Mathieu Van Der Poel (aka MVDP) here since you must be knowing him since you landed on this page.

I’ll spare you time and jump straight to the fun part of reviewing Mr. Van Der Poel’s Canyon Aeroad CFR 2022 bike size and set up.

By reading further you will find the following information:

  • What is Mathieu Van Der Poel’s 2022 Bike Size and set up?
  • Mathieu’s Complete bike specification for nerds
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What are pros racing on the Vuelta a Espana 2021 ?

Are you wondering what are pros racing on the Vuelta a Espana 2021 ?

If so this post will feed your interest as I review each team’s roosters and depict on what are pros racing on the Vuelta a Espana 2021.

23 teams of 8 riders start the Spanish Grand Tour that is held for three weeks.

Among the 23 teams, 6 teams are racing with 12 speeds (Campagnolo / Sram)while the remaining 17 teams are racing with only 11 speeds (Shimano / FSA).

Only one team is racing with rim brakes, the Team Ineos – Grenadier.

If the last two edition of La Vuelta have been won on rim brakes by Primož ROGLIČ , this year the odds are thin for the Vuelta to be won on rim brakes as Primož is now on disc.

Will the Vuelta be won by disc brakes bike or rim brakes? Whichever is fine, I only gather facts and have no particular preference. For sure the rim brakes era is fading away.

By reading further you will find the following informations:

  • Complete list of Teams and Riders starting La Vuelta a Espana 2021
  • Full details of each team’s bikes and specification
  • Link to each rider’s bike size and fitting details (Riders details are updated throughout the year)
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Kenny Elissonde’s Trek Emonda SLR Bike Size 2022

I am reviewing Kenny Elissonde’s Trek Emonda SLR Bike Size 2022 on this dedicated page.

The French rider joined the Trek Segafredo team in 2020 with a four years contracts. At 1m69 and 52kg weight, Kenny is a climber style of rider. He spent six years with Team FDJ and three years with Sky Team.
Meaning Kenny Elissonde has over 10 years experience racing as a pro and knows what size best fits him.


By reading further you will find the following information:

  • What is Kenny Elissonde’s Trek Emonda SLR Bike Size 2022?
  • Kenny’s Complete bike specification for nerds
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What are the Team Bikes on the Tour de France 2021?

This post is dedicated to what are the team bikes on the Tour de Tour de France 2021 including Riders Start list. By clicking on each name you can see the rider’s bike size and specification.

I am trying to complete the information on this page on an ongoing basis. Save this post and keep coming back to this page you will eventually find the complete Tour de France peloton’s bikes size and specification day by day.

Who is riding what? Will the Tour de France 2021 be won by Disc brakes bikes for the first time in its history?

So, What are the Team Bikes on the Tour de France 2021?

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Giro d’Italia 2021’s Team Bikes and Riders Start list

This post is dedicated to the Giro d’Italia 2021’s Team Bikes and Riders Start list. It is an ongoing project started and I will try to keep this page updated as time goes.

The 2021 Giro d’Italia edition starts May 8th with an Individual Time Trial (ITT) and ends on May 30th in Milano with another ITT.

As they say in finance, past performances doesn’t guarantee future results. Each edition of the Giro is unpredictable and I feel it is even more prevalent since 2020.

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