Tour de Suisse rider hits 135kph descending mountain road

Tour de Suisse rider hits 135kph descending mountain road

On the Tour de Suisse’s stage 5, FDJ rider Kévin Réza hit a maximum speed of 135km per hour – that’s 83.8 miles per hour..

The descent of the Simplon Pass saw the cyclists hit some astonishing speeds, with a number hitting top speeds of more than 130kmh. Réza posted on Instagram a picture of his computer with the comment: In short, I was frightened

Bref, j'ai eu peur… @tds2017 #motogp

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Marcus Burghardt, Mike Teunissen and Ben King were other riders to go beyond 125kmh.

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