Jacques Anquetil in Saint-Raphaël colours in a photo found in L’Equipe

Jacques Anquetil in Saint-Raphaël colours in a photo found in L’Equipe

Jacques Anquetil and a rather imperious looking director sportif

Jacques Anquetil and a rather imperious looking director sportif

Jacques Anquetil from Rapha’s profile of the Kings of Pain forwhich they add Fausto Coppi, Raymond Poulidor, Eddy Merckx, Tom Simpson and Bernard Hinault.

Jacques Anquetil from Rapha’s profile of the Kings of Pain forwhich they add Fausto Coppi, Raymond Poulidor, Eddy Merckx, Tom Simpson and Bernard Hinault.

Name the cycling greats…poster produced by Baughb Labs. Thanks to the Headset Press for the heads up.

Name the cycling greats…poster produced by Baughb Labs. Thanks to the Headset Press for the heads up.

Grand Tour Legends by ELEVEN vélo which is available as a poster from their website.

Grand Tour Legends by ELEVEN vélo which is available as a poster from their website.

Jacques Anquetil and admirers at the 1957 Tour de France which he would go on to win. The photo comes from a gallery over at Le Parisien.

Jacques Anquetil and admirers at the 1957 Tour de France which he would go on to win. The photo comes from a gallery over at Le Parisien.

Jacques Anquetil labouring behind Charly Gaul, who won the stage. The Frenchman lost out to the rider from Luxembourg on the 1958 Tour. Mont Ventoux takes a starring role in the next stage of the Tour de France. Image comes from L’Equipe’s profile of the Tour’s great climbers.

Jacques Anquetil labouring behind Charly Gaul, who won the stage. The Frenchman lost out to the rider from Luxembourg on the 1958 Tour. Mont Ventoux takes a starring role in the next stage of the Tour de France. Image comes from L’Equipe’s profile of the Tour’s great climbers.

Jacques Anquetil stays in line to win his second time trial of the Tour from Versailles to Paris on 14 July 1964. By the finish he had won his fifth Tour de France, a record which he holds along with Bernard Hinault, Miguel Indurain and Eddy Merckx.
The photo comes from L’Equipe’s Clock Hunters profiling the Tour de France’s great time trialists.

Jacques Anquetil stays in line to win his second time trial of the Tour from Versailles to Paris on 14 July 1964. By the finish he had won his fifth Tour de France, a record which he holds along with Bernard Hinault, Miguel Indurain and Eddy Merckx.

The photo comes from L’Equipe’s Clock Hunters profiling the Tour de France’s great time trialists.

Jacques Anquetil in Saint-Raphaël jersey from crankpunk’s look at the good, the bad and the ugly of cycling jerseys.

Jacques Anquetil in Saint-Raphaël jersey from crankpunk’s look at the good, the bad and the ugly of cycling jerseys.