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Seguidores del Tour de Plomo con Jean Robic, el Trompe-la-mort, el engañamuertes, el pequeño escalador que en las cumbres se cargaba de plomo para bajar más rápido.

Tour de France stage Lyon - Grenoble, 172 km. Jean Robic won the stage 7 and And he won the Tour.

Thomas Stevens

Finally, everything you never wanted to know about old-fashioned bicycles.

Interview with Greg LeMond, first American Tour de France winner (1986). Very interesting discussion - including on ADHD and also doping in cycling.

1986 Tour de France, Greg LeMond and Bernard Hinault on l'Alpe d'Huez

Le Tour ‘in the 50s’

Le Tour ‘in the 50s’

Tour de France 2012: The best photos - CNN.com

Tour de France The best photos

1971 9/7 rit 12 Marseille > Eddy Merckx and his breakaway group, 9 riders, riding through the empty streets and harbour of Marseille to the finish line. Luciano Armani will win the stage

after an intense duel with Luis Ocana, Eddy Merckx (in Marseille on the photo) wins his Tour!

Tour de France 1947. 8^Tappa, 3 luglio. Grenoble - Briançon. Col du Télégraphe. Apo Lazarides (1925-1998) mena in testa al gruppo [But et CLUB] (www.cyclingpassions.eu)

Tour de France 1947. 8^Tappa, 3 luglio. Grenoble - Briançon. Col du Télégraphe. Apo Lazarides (1925-1998) mena in testa al gruppo [But et CLUB] (www.cyclingpassions.eu)

15 - Two men (L-R) ride on early bicycles known as the Hobby Horse and 'Boneshaker'. The Hobby Horse was invented by Karl Von Drais in 1818 and was operated by kicking against the street. In 1863, a French coachbuilder added cranks and pedals to the Hobby Horse and invented the 'boneshaker', circa 19th century.

15 - Two men (L-R) ride on early bicycles known as the Hobby Horse and 'Boneshaker'. The Hobby Horse was invented by Karl Von Drais in 1818 and was operated by kicking against the street. In 1863, a French coachbuilder added cranks and pedals to the Hobby Horse and invented the 'boneshaker', circa 19th century.

Tour de France 1948. 08-07-1948, 08^Tappa. Lourdes - Toulouse. Gino Bartali (1914-2000) vince in volata su Guy Lapebie (1916-2010) [Miroir Sprint] (www.cyclingpassions.eu)

Tour de France 1948. 08-07-1948, 08^Tappa. Lourdes - Toulouse. Gino Bartali (1914-2000) vince in volata su Guy Lapebie (1916-2010) [Miroir Sprint] (www.cyclingpassions.eu)

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Real friends feed you pizza so you can finish the race Tour de France 1921

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