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1971 TDF José-Manuel Fuente

Stage 14 Revel-Luchon - In a terrible storm, Ocaña crashed out of the race. José-Manuel Fuente won the stage in Luchon. Eddy Merckx followed 6.21 minutes later with Lucien Van Impe, Lucien Aimar, Joop Zoetemelk and Vicente Lopez-Carril. Merckx was again in Yellow. Out of respect for the fallen Spaniard, Merckx refused to wear the Yellow Jersey until the day after.

Some of the most remarkable and also enjoyable times as a family have been spent mountain bike riding. Unlike routine road bikes which are justContinue ReadingFor Pure Fun, Relaxation As Well As Excercise, I Select Mountain Bike Riding Velo Vintage, Vintage Cycles, Bicycle Workout, Bicycle Race, Peugeot, Retro, Road Bike Women, Bike Parts, Mountain Biking

Giro d'Italia 1972. Eddy Merckx (1945) e José Manuel Fuente (1945-1996)

Giro d'Italia 1972. José Manuel Fuente (1945-1996), "El Tarangu", in maglia rosa [AS Color Poster < FUENTE La Gran Revelacion >] Vintage Cycles, Cycling Art, Tours, Baseball Cards, Bicycles, Photo Galleries, Fonts, Veil, Legends

Giro d'Italia 1972. José Manuel Fuente (1945-1996), "El Tarangu", in maglia rosa [AS Color Poster < FUENTE La Gran Revelacion >]

World of Cycling – Online Bike Shop Velo Vintage, Vintage Cycles, Online Bike Shop, Peugeot, Bicycle Race, Cycling Art, Team Photos, Tours, Historical Images

Federico Martín Bahamontes (9-7-1928) || : Professional team(s) 1953–1954 Splendid, 1955 Terrot-Hutchinson, 1956 Girardengo-ICEP, 1957 Mobylette, 1958 Faema-Guerra, 1959 Tricofilina-Coppi/Kas, 1960 Faema, 1961 VOV, 1962–1965 Margnat-Paloma-Inuri.

Ed Hood takes a look at the career of Luis Ocaña who famously crashed out of the 1971 Tour. The Ocaña story is of great talent and a lot of "what if's". Vintage Cycles, Biker, The Past, Take That, Racing, Sports, Poster Ideas, Climber, Bicycles

Tour Look Back: Luis Ocaña - PezCycling News

Ed Hood takes a look at the career of Luis Ocaña who famously crashed out of the 1971 Tour. The Ocaña story is of great talent and a lot of "what if's".

Risultato immagine per eddy merckx palmares Vintage Cycles, Sport, History, Image, 1970s, Legends, Pink, Road Bike, Italia

Risultato immagine per eddy merckx palmares

1971 13/7 rit 15 Saint-Aventin/Luchon-Superbagnères > José Manuel Fuente Lavandera will win the stage Vintage Cycles, Oppression, Saint, Victorious, Cycling, Stage, Tours, Antique Photos, Bicycling

1971 TDF Take Me To The Matador

Stage 15 Luchon-Superbagnères 19,5 km... Tuesday July 13, was the shortest road stage in the history of the Tour. It consisted only of the climb to Superbagnères. JOSE-MANUEL FUENTE was one of that small group of riders that included LUIS OCANA and ROGER DE VLAEMINCK who never felt daunted or oppressed by Merckx's excellence. Their challenges to Merckx's reign make for some of the finest racing of the era. After a couple of hard attacks Fuente went clear of everyone 6 kilometers…

classicvintagecycling: “ José Manuel Fuente rode for Kas Kaskol from 1971 to ” Vintage Cycles, Classic Image, Big Rings, Pro Cycling, Road Racing, Football, How To Wear, Men, Retro Bikes

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classicvintagecycling: “ José Manuel Fuente rode for Kas Kaskol from 1971 to 1975. ”

Giro d'Italia 1972. 14^Tappa, 4 giugno. Savona > Bardonecchia Jafferau. Eddy Merckx (1945) e Josè Manuel Fuente (1945-1996). Impresa memorabile di Merckx che sull'inedita ascesa finale dello Jafferau riprende e stacca "El Tarangu" a 1 km dalla vetta, infliggendogli 47" di distacco. Fuente si era lanciato generosamente all'attacco con Francisco Galdos (1947) sulla penultima salita del Sestriere, ma, complice anche il vento contrario del fondovalle, si ritrovò senza forze in vista del… Velo Vintage, Vintage Cycles, Thing 1, Bike, Classic, Sports, Inspiration, Road Cycling, Road Bike

Giro d'Italia 1972. 14^Tappa, 4 giugno. Savona > Bardonecchia Jafferau. Eddy Merckx (1945) e Josè Manuel Fuente (1945-1996). Impresa memorabile di Merckx che sull'inedita ascesa finale dello Jafferau riprende e stacca "El Tarangu" a 1 km dalla vetta, infliggendogli 47" di distacco. Fuente si era lanciato generosamente all'attacco con Francisco Galdos (1947) sulla penultima salita del Sestriere, ma, complice anche il vento contrario del fondovalle, si ritrovò senza forze in vista del…

Fast Eddy's Flandria Cafe: Photos of the day: Spanish pocket climbers in the maglia rosa Vintage Cycles, Climbers, Biker, Spanish, Bicycle, Racing, Explore, History, Sports

José Manuel Fuente Lavandera “El Tarangu”

El Tarangu, la pesadilla del Caníbal José Manuel Fuente Lavandera fue un ciclista profesional español, nacido el 30 de septiembre de 1...

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