|4.||1907||Alcyon - Dunlop||20||172|
|5.||1908||Alcyon - Dunlop||99||97|
|6.||1909||Alcyon - Dunlop||1227||11|
|7.||1910||Alcyon - Dunlop||910||15|
|8.||1911||Alcyon - Dunlop||566||33|
|9.||1912||Alcyon - Dunlop||1642||3|
|10.||1913||Peugeot - Wolber||947||15|
|11.||1914||Peugeot - Wolber||639||25|
|16.||1922||Automoto - Wolber - Cycles Russell||1415||13|
|17.||1923||Christophe - Hutchinson||52||227|
Eugène Christophe (born Malakoff, Paris, France, 22 January 1885, died in Paris, 1 February 1970) was a French road bicycle racer and pioneer of cyclo-cross. He was a professional from 1904 until 1926. In 1919 he became the first rider to wear the yellow jersey of the Tour de France .
Eugène Christophe rode 11 Tours de France and finished eight. He never won but he became famous for having to weld together his bicycle while leading. It was one of a series of events that coloured his racing career.