Chris Froome, perhaps better known for his steely determination on the bike, has been snapped doing his own version of 'blue steel' for a magazine shoot.
As if on a trampoline, Froome appears on the cover of French football magazine Surface’s new title, UNLTD, suspended in mid-air gripping a Pinarello Dogma and wearing some sort of fashion blanket-cape-hoodie. We think it rather suits him.
.@Surface_Mag change d'horizons et présente UNLTD.
— SURFACE (@Surface_Mag) February 6, 2016
The Froome cover is one of three images for UNLTD’s first edition featuring pro athletes - all of them seemingly on the UNLTD trampoline - the other two being basketballer Kevin Durant, and French Pole Vaulter, Renaud Lavillenie.
Who said cyclists can't be fashionable?