Historic Overview Robert Lelangue
Robert Lelangue (born 4 February 1940) is a retired Belgian cyclist who was active between 1958 and 1969. He competed at the 1960 Summer Olympics in the road race and finished in 49th place. Next year he turned professional and won one stage of the Tour de Luxembourg. Later he won a few races, including the Four Days of Dunkirk (1963), six-day race of Montreal (1964) and the Grote Prijs Jef Scherens (1967).
After retiring from competitions Lelangue worked as a cycling manager, and from 1986 to 2005 as a technical support staff with the Tour de France. His son John became a manager in cycling.
Robert Lelangue - Scores by Season Tweet
|2.||1960||Peugeot - BP - Dunlop||35||481|
|3.||1961||Solo - Van Steenbergen||69||383|
|4.||1962||Solo - Van Steenbergen||114||286|
|10/03||Omloop Het Volk||7|
|5.||1963||Solo - Terrot - Van Steenbergen||456||103|
|Tour de France|
|6.||1964||Solo - Superia||99||286|
|29/02||Omloop Het Volk||20|
|7.||1965||Cynar - Allegro||232||187|
|27/03||Harelbeke - Antwerpen - Harelbeke||13|
|19/03||Milano - Sanremo||15|
|11.||1969||Goldor - Hertekamp - Gerka||102||303|