Video tour of the Lotto Soudal Cycling Team bus

Color coordinated seats, a new TV, food, drink, and two showers

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Lotto Soudal Cycling Team Bus Tour

Food is arguably the No. 1 thing on the bus.

Ever wonder what’s inside the giant team buses that accompany the world’s best cyclists at the races. Ex-pro cyclist Dan Lloyd is here to help. In this video from the Global Cycling Network, he takes a look around the team bus of Belgian squad Lotto Soudal at the recently completed 2017 Tour de France.

Turns out the riders love the new TV, as well as color coordinated seats that swivel and recline, and include personalized headrests. There are also plenty of charging sockets for the riders to power up their devices. A cupboard houses different nutrition products so riders can grab exactly what they need. The kitchen area has nutritional information for each rider and race type. Not forgetting muesli, rice cakes, Haribo, nougat, dried vegetables, nuts and more! Oh, and also the all-important coffee machine.

Lotto Soudal Cycling Team Bus Tour

Even the race radios have a place to rest.

A custom storage location for race-radios allows the riders to ensure that they are never misplaced. There are also two toilets on-board, as well as a two-person shower. And in the rear of the bus there are two beds, plus a set of weighing scales and first-aid supplies.

Lotto Soudal Cycling Team Bus Tour

Comfy swivel chairs with personalized headrests.

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