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"Put me back on my bike." -Tom Simpson, 13 July 1967, Mt. Ventoux.

British cyclist Tom Simpson, shortly before collapsing and dying during the Tour de France - Mont Ventoux, France - July 1967

Tour de France 1965, Tom Simpson

Tour de France 1965, Tom Simpson

Tom Simpson - Tour de France 1966

Tom Simpson - Tour de France 1966

History boy: Tom Simpson was the first British rider to ever lead the Tour de France, the world's greatest bike race, in 1962 . . .  town champ - beating kids 5-10 years older

Tour de France, British riders to have worn leader's yellow jersey: in pictures

History boy: Tom Simpson was the first British rider to ever lead the Tour de France, the world's greatest bike race, in 1962 . . . town champ - beating kids 5-10 years older

Gino Bartali during the 1948 Tour de France. Bartali, born in Florence in 1914, was a champion road cyclist who won the Giro d'Italia race 3 times (in 1936, 1937 and 1946) and the Tour de France twice (in 1938 and 1948). Bartali, who was known to cover large distances with his bicycle for training purposes, transferred forged documents hidden in the handlebar and seat of his bicycle from one place to another.

Gino Bartali during the 1948 Tour de France. Bartali, born in Florence in

Tour de France 1956. 18^Tappa (?), 24 luglio. Torino - Grenoble. Gilbert Bauvin (1927), Federico Martin Bahamontes (1928), Stan Ockers (1920-1956) e Charly Gaul (1932-2005)

Gilbert Bauvin Federico Martin Bahamontes Stan Ockers e Charly Gaul

Tour de France 1953. 18^Tappa, 22 luglio. Gap-Briançon. Col d'Izoard. Louison Bobet (1925-1983)

Tour de France 1953. 18^Tappa, 22 luglio. Gap-Briançon. Col d'Izoard. Louison Bobet (1925-1983)

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