Historic Overview Pierre Barbotin

Rider

Overall Rank1312
NamePierre BARBOTIN
Country
  France
Date of birth29-Sep-1926 - Nantes (Pays de la Loire)
Date of death19-Feb-2009 - Nantes (Pays de la Loire)
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Pierre Barbotin - Scores by Season


Seasons

YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1948 Stella 51 418
2. 1949 Stella 125 263
3. 1950 Stella 218 201
4. 1951 Stella 1472 9
5. 1952 Stella 240 157
6. 1953 Stella 164 212
7. 1954 Royal Codrix 99 280
8. 1955 St. Raphael 27 545
9. 1956 St. Raphael 725 54
10. 1957 St. Raphael 107 284
11. 1958 L. Bobet 56 450
12. 1959 Margnat 6 638
13. 1960 L. Bobet 0 807
Overall: 3290 1312

Biography

Pierre Barbotin (29 September 1926 – 19 February 2009) was a French racing cyclist, riding professionally from about 1948 to 1961. He was born in Nantes and died in the same city.

Barbotin become known in 1951 when he finished second to Louison Bobet in the Milan–San Remo cycle race between Milan and Sanremo. This race marked the beginning of the so-called "B-B" duo - that is, a Bobet-Barbotin partnership where Barbotin became one of the principal teammates of Bobet, especially as part of the Tour de France. Barbotin rode for various teams, including Stella Dunlop (1948–50), Bottechia (1951–52), Stella Wolber Dunlop (1953), Royal-Codrix (1954), Saint Raphael (1955–57), Margnat-Coupry (1959), and Bobet BP Hutchinson (1958, 1960). Barbotin won 13 victories in his career.

source - Wikipedia