Whether on uphill or in a massive sprint, Bianchi Oltre XR4 is the only bike winning on all terrains. After Primoz Roglic's victory on the first Tour de France summit finish, Wout Van Aert gave an encore in stage 5, 183 km from Gap to Privas on Wednesday September 2nd, 2020. The Belgian rider claimed the victory outsprinting Cees Bol and Sam Bennett, taking the opportunity to compete in the final sprint with some of the best sprinters in the bunch.
Van Aert achieved his fifth success since the season restart, enhanced by memorable double victories at Strade Bianche and Milano-Sanremo. Once again, the Belgian got strong support from the aerodynamic Oltre XR4, the highest example of Bianchi work in research and innovation. Oltre XR4 has been the top-performing bike in the group so far with achieving seventeenth victories and confirming itself as the perfect bike to hit the Grande Boucle overall win. Slovenian Primoz Roglic took advantage by the stage 5 too, moving to second in the GC, only 3" behind the new yellow jersey, Adam Yates.