Roger Decock, Signed Photo
Roger Decock raced as a professional from 1949 to 1961. His biggest wins were Pais-Nice in 1951 and Tour of Flanders in 1952.
Decock was most successful early in his career. He won the general classification of Paris-Nice in 1951, then went on to win the Tour of Flanders 1952. The 1952 edition of the Tour of Flanders was contested in very bad weather, with wind, hail, rain, and snow. He also won the Briek Schotte Grand Prix in 1949, the Flanders Championship in 1951, and the National Closing Prize in 1957. He participated in the Tour de France twice, he finished 17th in 1951 and 38th in 1952.
Before his death, at 93, he was the oldest winner of Paris-Nice and the Tour of Flanders
Please Note: This item is a modern photographic reproduction of an old postal card with an original Roger Decock Signature.
As many of the cards are quite old and one of a kind, please look a the photos carefully to determine the condition.
Size: 10.5 x 14.5 cm
Biography Excerpt from Wikipedia
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