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06 Aug 2017 19:30

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Tour de France 1913. 19-07-1913, 11^Tappa. Grenoble - Ginevra. Col du Galibier. François Faber (1887-1915) e Gustave Garrigou (1884-1963) Pursuing the unmistakable Marcel Buysse (1889-1939)
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06 Aug 2017 19:33

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Fausto Coppi Climbing the Col Aubisque, 1949 Tour de France
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06 Aug 2017 19:34

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Climbing Tourmalet on gravel in the 1935 Tour de France. Talk about suffering!
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06 Aug 2017 19:36

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Tour de France 1925. 09-07-1925, 13^Tappa. Nizza - Briançon. Col d'Izoard. Ottavio Bottecchia (1894-1927)
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06 Aug 2017 19:38

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Tour de France 1913
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06 Aug 2017 19:40

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Bobby Walthour, with pacer Hoffman, about 1903-04
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06 Aug 2017 19:41

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Cyclists ride in the first running of the Tour de France, in 1903.
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06 Aug 2017 19:42

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Start of a bicycle race in 1901.
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06 Aug 2017 19:43

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Felix Sellier is angry after being hit by a car. Tour de France, early 1920s.
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The finish of the first Tour. At the right: the first winner, Maurice Garin. 1903
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The famous Tour winner Lucien Petit-Breton (1907 and 1908).
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06 Aug 2017 19:48

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Leon Georget. 1908, Dec. 2.
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Jul 1,1903: Start of first Tour de France bicycle race.
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06 Aug 2017 19:53

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06 Aug 2017 19:56

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A post-WW2 Ruin and a makeshift bridge during TdF, 1949!
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06 Aug 2017 20:07

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The cyclist Veneto Ottavio Bottecchia ranked 2nd at the Tour de France in 1923 .......
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06 Aug 2017 20:10

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1922 Giro d’ Italia
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The Stelvio Pass, Giro 1965.
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