Historic Overview Jacques Michaud
Jacques Michaud (born 11 July 1951 in Saint-Julien-en-Genevois, Haute-Savoie) was a French professional road bicycle racer, who won the eighteenth stage in the 1983 Tour de France. In that stage, he climbed the Col des Aravis, the Col de la Colombière and the Col de Joux Plane first, and finished with an advantage of 66 seconds on the next cyclist.
Michaud rode the Tour de France five times; he completed the course all five times, and his best result in the general classification was 18th.
Jacques Michaud - Scores by Season Tweet
|1.||1979||Flandria - Ca-va seul - Sunair||334||131|
|2.||1980||Puch - Campagnolo - Sem||238||175|
|3.||1981||Sem - France-Loire - Campagnolo||432||124|
|17/05||Bordeaux - Paris||15|
|4.||1982||Coop - Mercier - Mavic||585||77|
|02/05||Meisterschaft von Zürich||8|
|Tour de Romandie|
|5.||1983||Coop - Mercier - Mavic||572||75|
|Tour de France|
|6.||1984||Coop - Hoonved||64||391|