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In the 1998 Tour de France, the Mercatone Uno Bianchi team died their hair in honor of overall winner Marco Pantani

Note the big 'head' in the background. In the 1998 Tour de France, the Mercatone Uno Bianchi team died their hair in honor of overall winner Marco Pantani

Reporter Alessandra de Stefano interviewing Marco Pantani during the Giro d'Italia

Reporter Alessandra de Stefano interviewing Marco Pantani during the Giro d'Italia

21 Jul 1986, Alpe-d'Huez, France Bernard Hinault right, and Greg Lemond, wearing the leader's yellow jersey, climb the Alpe d'Huez mountain pass during stage 18 of the 1986 Tour de France

Memory Lane: cycling legend Bernard Hinault – in pictures

21 Jul Alpe-d'Huez, France Bernard Hinault right, and Greg Lemond, wearing the leader's yellow jersey, climb the Alpe d'Huez mountain pass during stage 18 of the 1986 Tour de France

Jacques Anquetil (1934-1987) French road racing cyclist; won the Giro d'Italia (1960, 1964); Vuelta a España (1963); the first cyclist to win the Tour de France five times (1957, 1961-1964), winning 16 individual stages

won the Giro d'Italia Vuelta a España the first cyclist to win the Tour de France five times winning 16 individual stages

Chris Froome.

Photography by Cor Vos, Jered & Ashley Gruber, Kristof Ramon Two-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome held off all comers on the stage 18 uphill t

Tom Simpson wearing the rainbow jersey before the 1st stage of the Tour de France 1966

CyclistTom 'Tommy' Simpson of Great Britain wearing the rainbow jersey of the World Road Race champion before the first stage of the Tour de France on June 1966 in Nancy, France. (Photo by Getty Images)

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LeMond at the finish of the 1986 Tour de France in Paris, alongside Fred Mengoni, who co-founded the USPRO cycling organization one year prior. Photo: Offside/l’Equipe courtesy of VeloPress

Fausto Coppi and Gino Bartali from Podium Cafe’s coverage of Herbie Sykes’ book Coppi.

rollersinstinct: “Fausto Coppi and Gino Bartali from Podium Cafe’s coverage of Herbie Sykes’ book Coppi.

Frenchman Bernard Hinault leads a group of breakaways as they ride down the Col d'Aspin in the 1979 Tour de France.

Frenchman Bernard Hinault leads a group of breakaways as they ride down the Col d'Aspin in the 1979 Tour de France.

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