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Old 04-27-03, 04:35 PM
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Since Lance started winning the tour, there is absolutely no way that he was riding litespeed. I work for a trek dealer and without a doubt all the bikes that he has riden in the Tour de France since 1999 have been trek OCLV frames. For start, litespeed only makes ti, no carbon and if you look at all the bikes he's ridden with a trek logo on them, they have the smooth "flowy" joints which is a signature of carbon fibre.

But back to the main question, unfortunatly i don't have models (which doesnt' matter b/c they probably are custom modified, but in any case.)

AG2R: Fi'zi:k
Alessio: "
iBanesto: Selle Italia
Bonjour: Selle San Marco
Credit Agricole: Selle Italia
Cofidis: Selle San Marco
CSC-Tiscali: Selle Italia
Deutsche Telekom: "
Domo-Farm Frites: "
Euskaltel-Euskadi: Selle Bassano
Fassa Bortolo: Selle Italia
La Fancaise des Jeux: "
Kelme-Costa Blanca: "
Lampre-Daikin: Selle San Marco
Lotto-Adecco: Selle Italia
Mapei-Quick Step: Selle San Marco
Once- Eroski: Selle Italia
Rabobank: Selle San Marco
Saeco-Longoni Sport: Fi'zi:k
Tacconi Sport-Emmegi: Selle Italia
U.S. Postal Service: Selle San Marco

This is nice to know and it give you an idea of the main competition, but do keep in mind as everyone else has said, just b/c the pros use it doesn't mean you will like it, or you may not have access to the exact same saddle.
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