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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Domenico Pozzovivo’s BMC Teammachine Bike Size 2021

This is Domenico Pozzovivo’s BMC Teammachine Bike Size 2021.

Domenico Pozzovivo is racing the season 2020-2021 UCI World Tour with NTT Pro cycling team. He is racing on the new BMC Teammachine SLR 01 Disc throughout the whole season.

The team NTT arrived on the Tour de France 2020 with the new BMC teammachine SLR 01 Disc. Visually the new bikes are black color with a red stem and top tube. The other change is a switch from Rotor crankset to the Shimano Dura Ace.

While the team has access to Enve Tubeless and tubulars, the Italian climber races mainly on Vittoria Corsa 25mm tubulars. 28mm section are fitted on classic races.

By reading further you will enjoy more specific details about Domenico Pozzovivo’s BMC Teammachine Bike Size 2021:

  • The Italian Climber’s BMC Teammachine Bike Size.
  • Pozzovivo’s complete bike set up for nerds.
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Arnaud Démare’s Lapierre Bike size 2021

This is Arnaud Démare’s Lapierre Bike size 2021.

The talented French sprinter is racing on the new Lapierre Aircode DRS 2021 for the team Groupama FDJ.

The Lapierre Aircode DRS 2021 has been seen on some spring races before the 2020 season got into a forced break. The bike was ready for official release and the Lapierre’s managers did hold on the official release until racing resumed. The Aircode DRS 2021 finally has been officially released in September 2020.

The geometry has changed slightly compare than its predecessor. It got a more aggressive geometry with a steeper seat angle and longer reach. Yet the comfort has been enhanced at the same time with the seat stays meeting the top tube. Lapierre claims this does improve the comfort by 12%. I am not sure how to measure this, but any form of comfort is welcome.

By reading further you will enjoy more specific details about Arnaud’s bike set up:

  • What is Arnaud Démare’s Lapierre Bike?
  • Arnaud Démare’s Lapierre Bike complete set up
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Peter Sagan’s Tarmac SL7 2021 Bike Size

This is Peter Sagan’s Tarmac SL7 2021 Bike Size as he races during 2020 and 2021 season with Bora – Hangrohe team.

The Whole team rides the 2021 Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 since December 2019 however the bike is officially retail stores since summer 2020. The Tarmac SL7 does replace the Tarmac SL6 and… Peter’s beloved Venge too.

To make it short, the Tarmac SL7 is taking the best of both models, lightweight Tarmac SL6 and Aero Venge. The Tarmac SL7 is presented as a “Do-it-all”, more aero than the SL6 and yet still light and stiff enough to suit the climbers and sprinters of the team.

It is also making logistic more simple for Bora – Hansgrohe team to carry only one time of bike for the whole team, it does simplify bike swaps on the go as long as size is close enough to fit the needy rider.

Read further to discover nerdy stuff about Peter Sagan’s new favorite S-Works bike.

  • What is Peter Sagan’s Bike fit on the Tarmac SL7
  • Peter’s Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 complete set up
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Maximilian Schachmann’s Tarmac SL7 Bike Size 2021

This is Maximilian Schachmann’s Tarmac SL7 Bike Size 2021 technical review. The German rider races the season 2020-2021 for the Team Bora Hansgrohe.

Maximilian is an excellent time trial racer and equally a great climber making him a good candidate for a General Classification (GC) podium finish. He did win the 2020 Paris-Nice and and finished second on the 2020 Volta ao Algarve em Bicicleta. These are already great introduction lines on a profile and I am sure Maximilian will add up to the list of podiums.

He is 1m83 tall and weights 70kg at optimum form. This can be translated as being at the fine line of lightweight and powerful for this height.

For these reason Maximilian Schachmann’s Tarmac SL7 Bike Size 2021 reflect the rider style from the selection of the frame model, size and components specification.

By reading further you will find bicycle nerdy content:

  • Maximilian Schachmann’s Tarmac SL7 Bike Size 2021
  • Why Team Bora-Hansgrohe races mostly on the Tarmac SL7?
  • His Specialized Tarmac SL7 Complete set up
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