Historic Overview Joseph Mauclair

Rider

Overall Rank852
NameJoseph MAUCLAIR
Country
  France
Date of birth09-Mar-1906 - Clichy (lle de France)
Date of death05-Feb-1990 - Creteil (lle de France)
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Biography

Joseph Mauclair

Joseph Mauclair (Clichy, 9 March 1906 — Créteil, 5 February 1990) was a French professional road bicycle racer from 1927 to 1938, who won the 17th stage in the 1928 Tour de France. In 1930 traveled to Australia with Jean Bidot to compete in two stage races, the Sydney to Melbourne covering 700 miles (1,100 km) and the Tour of Tasmania covering 303 miles (488 km). Mauclair won stage 2 of the Sydney to Melbourne and won the general classification ahead of Hubert Opperman and Bidot. He won the first stage of the Tour of Tasmanaia and finished 2nd in the general classification behind Opperman with Bidot finishing 3rd.

source - Wikipedia

Major Victories

Paris - Strasbourg 1936
Sydney - Melbourne 1930
Tour de France - stages 1928 (1)
Sydney - Melbourne - stages 1930 (1)
Tour of Tasmania - stages 1930 (1)
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Seasons

Joseph Mauclair - Scores by Season


YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1924 Individual 2 662
2. 1925 Individual 2 733
3. 1926 Individual 62 291
4. 1927 Armor 153 154
5. 1928 Armor 1313 12
6. 1929 La Française - Diamant - Dunlop 291 95
7. 1930 Colin 361 87
8. 1931 Chemineau 1000 31
9. 1932 Helyett - Hutchinson 280 115
10. 1933 France Sport - Wolber 420 86
11. 1934 Automoto - Hutchinson 117 210
12. 1935 Essor - Hutchinson 837 37
13. 1936 Helyett - Hutchinson 120 275
14. 1937 Helyett - Splendor - Hutchinson 54 345
15. 1938 Helyett - Hutchinson 9 648
16. 1948 Individual 119 301
Overall: 5140 852