Lot 47 1920s Peugeot Tour de France

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1920s Peugeot Tour de France

22.5″ Frame

28″ Wheels

Fixed wheel

Item condition: Used

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Peugeot’s racing team was one of the most successful of all time. In the early 1900s, it was led by Hippolyte Aucouturier (above), winner of the 1903 Paris–Roubaix and Bordeaux–Paris races. Peugot won the Tour de France six times up to World War One. Due to the challenging economic situation after the war, Peugeot and other manufacturers pooled their resources and created a consortium known as ‘La Sportive’. The 1920 race was won by Philippe Thys riding for La Sportive.

After three years of the La Sportive consortium, Peugeot re-established its own separate team, and won the 1922 Tour de France. From 1936 until 1955 the team was known as the Peugeot-Dunlop team.

As you can see, this Peugeot road racer is cosmetically unrestored, with remains of the original colour. It’s fixed wheel, without brakes and rides well.


BICYCLE COLLECTORS CURATED ONLINE AUCTION, Xmas 2023

This Timed Auction is live from 24th December @ 2-30pm to 1st January, 2024. Highest bid wins.

NO BUYERS or SELLERS PREMIUM.

THE RESERVE IS THE START PRICE + BUY-IT-NOW OPTION.

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