Cycling is one of the sports that Tissot has been most involved in, as it has been associated with various cycling events for the past 50 years. The brand had already been Official Timekeeper of the Tour de France from 1988 to 1992. Proud of its Swiss roots, Tissot got further involved in 1995 by joining forces with the UCI International Cycling Union. Since then, Tissot has been the official Timekeeper of road, trail, mountain-bike and BMX cycling world championships and world cup cycling time trials.
On average a professional cyclist can ride anywhere around 40,000km in a year. That’s approxiamately the circumference of the Earth (distance around Earth at the equator)
If you are looking for a sports buddy, this is it! The watch's synthetic strap will offer ultimate comfort and will push you to go further thanks to its many tactile functions.
The watch will measure all your times and laps with its chronograph (add/split/lap) options and if you need a little boost, just look at how fast you have been going with the logbook, which records all your previous performances, with a simple touch of a fingertip on the screen.
You won't even get lost thanks to its compass.
Congratulations to these great athletes![...]