Historic Overview Albert Bouvet

Rider

Overall Rank1441
NameAlbert BOUVET
Country
  France
Date of birth28-Feb-1930 - Mellé (Bretagne)
Date of death20-May-2017 - Draveil (Ile de France)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Biography

Albert Bouvet

Albert Bouvet (28 February 1930 – 20 May 2017) was a French professional cyclist. He won Paris–Tours in 1956 and remained the last Frenchman to win until Jacky Durand won in 1998. His name is also associated with Paris–Roubaix, as an organiser and discoverer of new sections of pavé.

The Albert Bouvet Trophy is a race between Saint Gregory and Saint-Georges-de-Reintembault in Ille et Vilaine.

source - Wikipedia

Badges

5

Major Victories

Paris - Tours 1956
Tour de l'Ouest - stages 1956 (1)
Tour de Romandie - stages 1959 (2)
Tour du Sud-Est - stages 1955 (1)
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Seasons

Albert Bouvet - Scores by Season


Year Team Score Rank
1. 1953 Mercier - Hutchinson 22 681
2. 1954 Mercier - BP - Hutchinson 312 159
3. 1955 Mercier - BP - Hutchinson 355 168
4. 1956 Mercier - BP - Hutchinson 684 69
5. 1957 Mercier - BP - Hutchinson 689 74
6. 1958 Mercier - BP - Hutchinson 249 210
7. 1959 Mercier - BP - Hutchinson 278 189
8. 1960 Mercier - BP - Hutchinson 400 139
9. 1961 Ignis 325 179
10. 1962 Margnat - Paloma - D'Alessandro 210 244
11. 1963 Margnat - Paloma - Dunlop 115 328
12. 1964 Margnat - Paloma - Dunlop 0 1137
Overall: 3639 1441