|4.||1906||Alcyon - Dunlop||856||11|
|5.||1907||La Francaise - Persan||709||17|
|6.||1908||Alcyon - Dunlop||85||109|
|7.||1909||Griffon - Wolber||0||663|
|8.||1910||La Francaise - Diamant - Continental||41||168|
|9.||1912||La Francaise - Diamant||86||138|
|10.||1913||La Francaise - Diamant||0||411|
|11.||1914||Alleluia - Continental||0||303|
Léon Georget (2 October 1879 – 5 November 1949) was a racing cyclist from Preuilly-sur-Claise, Indre-et-Loire, France. He was known as The Father of the Bol d'Or, having won the race nine times between 1903 and 1919 in Paris. He was also nicknamed Big Red or The Brute.
Léon's younger brother Émile was also a very successful cyclist, winning the Bordeaux–Paris and nine stages of the Tour de France. His son Pierre Georget won silver (1000 metres) and bronze medals (tandem) at the 1936 Summer Olympics.