"The video points out the differences in the two positions:
flatter torso anglesteeper effective seat angle through the use of an
Adamo Road saddlemuch more drop. I continue to be amazed by Lance’s
relatively low saddle position. If there is anything that could be an
issue with this TT position it would be hip angle through the top of
the pedal strokeand the low saddle height just makes this worse. In
any case I am sure they have worked through these issuesand this
position should be far faster assuming power output is acceptable."
3) He's looks like he just came from the islands biggest New Year's celebration and forgot to remove the party streamers.
Get a closer look At Armstrong's new TT Trek bike HERE.