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King of Pain: Marco Pantani

Cycling in the 1920s or 1930s... :)  Via Cocktail musical des Années 1920 / 30 / 40 / 50

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I have to see this and ride these climbs, dream to ride the mythical climbs if the tour.

Lars Boom (Belkin) in de Dutch corner on the Alpe d’Huez

Roger De Vlaeminck and Eddy Merckx - captains of two of the most powerful teams ever

Roger De Vlaeminck and Eddy Merckx - captains of two of the most powerful teams…

Marco 1997 ...

Marco 1997 ...

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Italy's Vincenzo Nibali wins Tour de France

Italy's Vincenzo Nibali wins Tour de France

Nibali enjoys a well-derserved glass of champagne during the Tour de France 2014 finale Photo credit © AFP photos

Robert Millar, TdF 1989 (I think)

Robert Millar, TdF 1989 (I think)

Castelli Cycling - Chipo in Scorpions

Castelli Cycling - Chipo in Scorpions

Herman van Springel and Eddy Merckx

Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec 2016 Training Peter SAGAN Grand Prix Quebec / Tim De Waele /Corbis via Getty Images

Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec 2016 Training Peter SAGAN Grand Prix Quebec / Tim De Waele /Corbis via Getty Images

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Lance Armstrong and Jan Ulrich

Cyclist Robert Marchand of France celebrates after setting a world record for cycling non-stop for one hour, in the over 100- year old category, at the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) velodrome in Aigle February 17, 2012. Marchand, born November 26, 1911, cycled 24.251 km (15 miles) around the 200 metre indoor track to set the record on Friday. (via Photo from Reuters Pictures)

fuckyeahcycling: Cyclist Robert Marchand of France celebrates after setting a world record for cycling non-stop for one hour, in the over year old category, at the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) velodrome in Aigle February Marchand.

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Ken Joy accepts a bidon of milk and honey during his successful 1949 bid to break the London to Brighton cycling speed record.

Cavendish at High Road.

Mark Cavendish of Great Britain, foreground left, strains in the last meters of the eighth stage of the Tour de France cycling race between Figeac and Toulouse, south central France, Saturday July

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