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Rik Van Looy en Jacques Anquetil in gesprek bij de kathedraal van Amiens.

Raymond Poulidor, the Tour's eternal second place finisher, leads the peloton on stage 11 of the 1968 race.

Tour de France 1969. 17^Tappa, 15 luglio. Luchon > Mourenx. Col d'Aubisque. Eddy Merckx (1945)

Tour de France 1969. 17^Tappa, 15 luglio. Luchon > Mourenx. Col d'Aubisque. Eddy Merckx (1945)

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Jacques Anquetil January 1934 – 18 November was a French road racing cyclist and the first cyclist to win the Tour de France five times, he won the Giro and the Vuelta Grand Prix des Nations and was an hour record holder

Greg Lemond and Bernard Hinault both finishing on top of the Alpe D'Huez in the Tour de France of '86.

Greg Lemond & Bernard Hinault riding the Tour de France Tour de France -

I've not heard of Science In Sport Hyrdo Power boost A* energy drink. I use wine.

20 photos insolites du Tour de France d'antan - Vint'age of bikes

Tour de Francia (1937)

Roger Lapébie, right, crossing train tracks on his way to winning the 1937 Tour de France.

Gran Prix Wolber 1909, Critérium Français Peugeot. 1^Tappa, 18 aprile. Parigi > Tours. Georges Paulmier (1882-1965) (Agence Rol) [gallica.bnf.fr / Bibliothèque nationale de France]

Gran Prix Wolber 1909, Critérium Français Peugeot. 1^Tappa, 18 aprile. Parigi > Tours. Georges Paulmier (1882-1965) (Agence Rol) [gallica.bnf.fr / Bibliothèque nationale de France]

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