Cyclist reveals tough effects of the race

The body needs some rest but it must sustain the 3,540km race!

After 16 stages of the 3,540km race across France’ mountain ranges, Pawel posted a photo of his legs on social media to tell the fans how the game is taxing and I bet most fans are not aware of the real effects which the Bora Hansgrohe representative admits is tiring.

"After sixteen stages I think my legs look little tired," the 27-year-old wrote on his Instagram account as reported by CNN.

The race, which has 198 competitors is set to end on Sunday July 23.

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