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8 curious facts about Strava in the Tour de France

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We summarize the 8 more curious data than we took from Tour de France

1 The 25% of the peloton is on Strava
An average of 48 cyclists have uploaded their activities on Strava during the Tour de France. That's a 25% of the peloton.

2 Speeds of 63km / h in a time trial
Michael Kwiatkowski finished second in the first time trial of the Tour de France 15 seconds behind Geraint Thomas recording speeds up to 63 km / h: ttps: //www.strava.com/activities/1062799983

3 The three most outstanding segments
Col d'Agnès - Michael Kwiatkowski https://www.strava.com/segments/622162
Peyragudes - Romain Bardet https://www.strava.com/segments/14970930
Port de Balès - Ten Dam preserves the KOM that it achieved in 2014 https://www.strava.com/segments/5526966

5 The 100.000 barrier
Laurens ten Dam got a remarkable mark on Strava: overcome the 100.000 followers on Strava
https://www.strava.com/pros/186522

6 Q & A with Marcus Burghardt
Did you know that athletes can now post on Strava? At the moment, 36 athletes around the world are testing this functionality that will soon be available to everyone. During the Tour de France, the cyclist Marcus Burghardt answered the questions of the users through one of these posts: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1803986/posts/601309 . This functionality will be available to the Strava community soon.

7 National pride for Warren Barguil
On July's 9, Warren Barguil was on the verge of winning the stage in a very tight sprint with Rigoberto Urán (https://www.strava.com/activities/1075552910) However, on 14 day, the national day of France, the Frenchman managed to get rid of his thorn in a very fast stage where the group of escapees finally prevailed: https://www.strava.com/activities/1083346950

8 The mountain comes again
In the 17 stage between Le Mure and Serre Chevalier, Thibaut Pinot will try to preserve the KOM he has by climbing the Croix de Fer (https://www.strava.com/segments/618585). Cyclists must also face the mythical Col du Telegraph and Col du Galibier, the last great KOM'S of this 2017 Tour.

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