T-Mobile take to the streets, covering the course for the 7 July Tour de France prologue stage, with Britain's Mark Cavendish saying: "It was fantastic, if a little scary"
Briton Roger Hammond, German Linus Gerdemann, Aussie team leader Michael Rogers and Cavendish stop at the London Eye, which looks down on the prologue start in Whitehall
Cavendish and Hammond stop in front of Big Ben, both eager to impress team management over the coming weeks as they aim for a rare chance to race in a major event on home soil
Isle of Man-born sprinter Cavendish has the world at his feet after a stunning start to his first full season as a professional
T-Mobile's distinctive pink jerseys will be one of many colourful sights when Le Tour comes to London this summer
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