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Tour de France 1949 Fausto Coppi followed closely by Gino Bartali

Fler Tour de France fotografier av prestigefyllda Presse Sports – L'Équipe finns nu i galleriet. TOUR DE FRANCE 1949 Stage 17 Briancon/Aoste The two Italian champions Fausto Coppi and Gino Bartali escaped into the Alps. Coppi leads over Bartali,

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We nailed a place in the Solid team on a tough Awesome course Thanks for the snap by twotoneams

Tour de France 1952 Alpe d'Huez

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In this this photo provided by PhotoSport International shows Fausto Coppi catching and passing Jean Robic on Alpe d' Huez. (First time used by TdeF)

Tour de France. So Euro in style, look forward to it every spring.  Please follow us @ http://www.pinterest.com/wocycling

Tour de France's logo features a bicycle rider. The R is the rider, and the O and the additional circle are the wheels. The font is fun and whimsical, and very French. The color scheme is simple and straight forward.

1970 PARIS-ROUBAIX Allez Eddy! Allez! | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Eddy Merckx, Paris Roubaix After two punctures, Eddy arrived at the velodrome with a 5 min. 21 sec. lead on Roger De Vlaeminck, the biggest difference ever made on the cobbles

tour de France 1924

tour de France 1924

Laurent Fignon + I find that all these athletes that competed years ago all have interesting stories and personality. Fignon won his first Tour de France in '83 at age 22...

Laurent Fignon + I find that all these athletes that competed years ago all have interesting stories and personality. Fignon won his first Tour de France in at age