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Tour de France 1964. 10^A Tappa, 1 luglio. Monaco > Hyères. Federico Martin Bahamontes (1928), Jacques Anquetil (1934-1987) e Raymond Poulidor (1936)

Jacques Anquetil, Raymond Poulidor and Federico Bahamontes During the 1964 Tour de France

Eddy Merckx, 1975

Eddy Merckx climbing the Alps on his way to winning the 1971 Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré, the Belgian cyclist won the Tour de France five times the Giro d’Italia five times and the Vuelta a España once

Le Tour de France dans les années 30

Top 25 des photos vintage du Tour de France, le cyclisme en noir et blanc

Roger De Vlaeminck (rode for Brooklyn 73-77) and Eddy Merckx (rode for Molteni 71-76).  The coolest dudes in cycling with iconic jerseys!

Roger De Vlaeminck (rode for Brooklyn and Eddy Merckx (rode for Molteni The coolest dudes in cycling with iconic jerseys!

Cyclists prepare for the start of the 56th Giro d'Italia cycling race in Italy, 1973 - via reddit [[MORE]] Photo by Norbert Rzepka.

vintage everyday: Cyclists prepare for the start of the Giro d'Italia cycling race in Italy, 1973

Los ciclistas tomaron un momento lejos de la carretera para coger provisiones frescas durante la etapa 11 de la carrera de 1964 entre Toulon y Montpelier. Roger Viollet / Getty Images

Cyclists took a moment away from the road to grab fresh supplies during Stage 11 of the 1964 Tour de France between Toulon and Montpellier. The Roger Viollet photo was found on MONOVISIONS Black &.

someoneisalwaysfaster:    Giro 1965 - stelvio  Adorni & Zilioli    “Take your 99 gear gruppos, we got two speeds. Bitches.”

classicvintagecycling: “ Vittorio Adorni wears the Maglia Rosa on the Stelvio, Giro d’Italia, ”

Une série de 20 photos qui nous prouvent que le fameux Tour de France à bien changé depuis sa création en 1903 !

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

Roger Lapébie, right, crossing train tracks on his way to winning the 1937 Tour. Lapébie was the first rider to use a modern derailleur, allowing him to shift gears without having to dismount and flip his wheel.

The Tour de France Turns Ninety-nine

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

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