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Sprint finish Paris Roubaix 1967 - 1. Jan Janssen (Pelforth-Sauvage-Lejeune) 7hr 8min 31sec. 36.82 km/hr. 2. Rik van Looy (Willem II-Gazelle) s.t. 3. Rudi Altig (Molteni) s.t. 4. Georges Vandenberghe (Romeo-Smiths) s.t. 5. Edward Sels (Flandria-De Clerck) s.t. 6. Willy Planckaert (Romeo-Sniths) s.t. 7. Raymond Poulidor (Mercier-BP-Hutchinson) s.t. 8. Eddy Merckx (Peugeot-BP-Michelin) s.t. #janjanssen #rikvanloy #rudi #poulidor #eddymerckx #merckx #paris #roubaix #1967 #campagnolo #velopress…

Sprint finish Paris Roubaix 1967 - 1. Jan Janssen (Pelforth-Sauvage-Lejeune) 7hr 8min 31sec. 36.82 km/hr. 2. Rik van Looy (Willem II-Gazelle) s.t. 3. Rudi Altig (Molteni) s.t. 4. Georges Vandenberghe (Romeo-Smiths) s.t. 5. Edward Sels (Flandria-De Clerck) s.t. 6. Willy Planckaert (Romeo-Sniths) s.t. 7. Raymond Poulidor (Mercier-BP-Hutchinson) s.t. 8. Eddy Merckx (Peugeot-BP-Michelin) s.t. #janjanssen #rikvanloy #rudi #poulidor #eddymerckx #merckx #paris #roubaix #1967 #campagnolo #velopress…

Jan Janssen sprints to the finish line of Paris-Roubaix in 1967

Jan Janssen sprints to the finish line of Paris-Roubaix in 1967

Jan Janssen & Willy van Spring.  Paris Nice

Jan Janssen & Willy van Spring. Paris Nice

Andre Greipel beats Peter Sagan to win the final stage in Paris TDF2016 Photo Peter Dejong/AP

Andre Greipel beats Peter Sagan to win the final stage in Paris TDF2016 Photo Peter Dejong/AP

I don't know how practical this would be for real riding, but damn, it'sGORGEOUS!  (Mlle. Ginger Bicyclette, I still love you and will always ride you, I am just admiring other bicycles.)

I don't know how practical this would be for real riding, but damn, it'sGORGEOUS! (Mlle. Ginger Bicyclette, I still love you and will always ride you, I am just admiring other bicycles.)

Jan Janssen winnaar Tour de France 1968

Jan Janssen winnaar Tour de France 1968

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