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PostPosted: 16 Apr 2014, 20:48 
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 Post subject: Re: Ny udfordring??
PostPosted: 16 Apr 2014, 20:56 
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Peter Christensen wrote:
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Der er vel en grund til , at den er gledet ud af prof. kalenderen :-)

Næh så tror jeg Hustlerne er bedre klædt på til næste års udgave af:

http://www.sport.be/parisroubaix/2014/eng/

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 Post subject: Re: Ny udfordring??
PostPosted: 16 Apr 2014, 22:10 
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Blev det ikke kørt med motor-pace de første par hundrede km og så givet frit? Eller var det et andet løb?
Uanset hvad er det alt for langt for mig. Men tager gerne med til L'enfer du nord

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jeps.... : The event was first run on 23 May 1891, and the Derby of the Road as it was sometimes called, was notable in that riders were paced - allowed to slipstream - behind tandem or conventional cycles. From 1931, pacing was by motorcycles or small pedal-assisted Dernys. Pacing was also briefly by cars. In early events, pacing was provided from Bordeaux. In later events, it was introduced part-way towards Paris. From 1946 to 1985, more than half the distance was paced, Dernys being introduced at Poitiers or Châtellerault, roughly half-way.

The organisers of the inaugural event, Bordeaux Vélo Club and Véloce Sport envisaged riders might take a few days, but the first edition was won in a continuous ride by George Pilkington Mills. Mills raced through the night to win the 600 km long event in just over a day. Post-war winners include Louison Bobet (1959), Tom Simpson (1963), and Jacques Anquetil (1965). The record for the most victories is held by Herman van Springel who won seven times between 1970 and 1981.

fra : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bordeaux%E2%80%93Paris

I øvrigt vundet en enkelt gang af en dansker.... 1895 - Charles Meyer, Denmark !!!!

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