Historic Overview Henri Pépin
Henri Pépin (born France, 18 November 1864, died Bordeaux, 1914) was an affluent French racing cyclist who once hired two riders to escort him leisurely through the Tour de France, in which they ate at good restaurants and spent the night in expensive hotels. When he had had enough, he paid his assistants – the first domestiques in cycle racing – what they would have earned had they won the Tour and went home by train.
Henri Pépin - Scores by Season Tweet
|26/05||Bordeaux - Paris||34|
|17/05||Paris - Tours||20|
|16/08||Paris - Brest - Paris||81|
|5.||1905||Peugeot - Wolber||17||193|
|Tour de France|