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Hugo Koblet and Stan Ockers competing in the 1951 Tour de France.

Hugo Koblet Swiss cyclist) and Stan Ockers competing in the 1951 Tour de France.

Purity of Racing a bike  Mr Fausto Coppi .

Coppi was often said to have introduced "modern" methods to cycling, particularly his diet. Gino Bartali established that some of those methods included taking

Gastone Nencini, 1960 Tour and 1957 Giro champion, pauses and fills his 'water bottle'...

Gastone Nencini, 1960 Tour and 1957 Giro champion, pauses and fills his water bottle

"pigs in mud" (Bernard Hinault describing his own hell, Paris-Roubaix, 1981)

"pigs in mud" (Bernard Hinault describing his own hell, Paris-Roubaix,

Belgian cyclist Maurice De Waele, winner of the Tour de France in 1929

1929 - Belgian cyclist, Maurice De Waele, winner of Le Tour de France

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