Bernard Hinault, Stage 17, 1981 Tour de France, Original Vintage Press Photo


Stage 17 was a 140 km mountain stage from Morzine to the legendary Alpe d’Huez. This fantastic image captures Hinault leading the charge up the mountain as the crowd goes wild.  Bernard Hinault is followed by stage winner Peter Winnen, Joop Zoetemelk (Raleigh Jersey – only head is visible), Lucien Didier (137), Alberto Fernandez (Teka), Robert Alban (51), and Marino Lejarreta (91). (listed front to back)

Bernard Hinault dominated the 1981 Tour de France. He took the lead on Stage 6 and increased in nearly every day.  Only Phil Anderson was able to stay anywhere close to Hinault, but he was only able to hang on until Stage 16 losing 7 minutes on the stage to the clear leader.

Photo Size: 9.5 x 7 inches  (24 x 18 cm)

This Tour de France photo came out of a larger Presse Sport Photo album. Each photo is held to the description page with photo corners; no glue or tape was used.

As the photographs are quite old and one of a kind, please look carefully at the photos to determine their condition.

This photograph is an original print – the real deal.

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Weight 1 lbs