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General classification of the 1981 tour de france, jerseys of the 1981 tour de france, stages of the 1981 tour de france.

Prologue (Nice - Nice, 5.8 km in Individual Time Trial)

Stage 1a (Nice - Nice, 97 km)

Stage 1b (Nice - Nice, 40 km in Team Time Trial)

Stage 2 (Nice - Martigues, 254 km)

Stage 3 (Martigues - Narbonne, 232 km)

Stage 4 (Narbonne - Carcassonne, 77.2 km in Team Time Trial)

Stage 5 (St Gaudens - St Lary Soulan, 117.5 km)

Stage 6 (Nay - Pau, 26.7 km in Individual Time Trial)

Stage 7 (Pau - Bordeaux, 227 km)

Stage 8 (Rochefort sur Mer - Nantes, 182 km)

Stage 9 (Nantes - Le Mans, 196.5 km)

Stage 10 (Le Mans - Aulnay-sous-Bois, 264 km)

Stage 11 (Compiègne - Roubaix, 246 km)

Stage 12a (Roubaix - Bruxelles, 107.3 km)

Stage 12b (Bruxelles - Zolder, 137.8 km)

Stage 13 (Beringen - Hasselt, 157 km)

Stage 14 (Mulhouse - Mulhouse, 38.5 km in Individual Time Trial)

Stage 15 (Besançon - Thonon les Bains, 231 km)

Stage 16 (Thonon les Bains - Morzine, 199.5 km)

Stage 17 (Morzine - Alpe d'Huez, 230.5 km)

Stage 18 (Le Bourg-d'Oisans - Le Pleynet, 131 km)

Stage 19 (Veurey - St Priest, 117.5 km)

Stage 20 (St Priest - St Priest, 46.5 km in Individual Time Trial)

Stage 21 (Auxerre - Fontenay sous Bois, 207 km)

Stage 22 (Fontenay sous Bois - Paris/Champs Elysées, 186.8 km)

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1981 Tour de France

68th edition: june 25- july 19, 1981, results, map, stages with running gc and photos.

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1981 Tour de France quick facts

3,756.1 km divided into 22 stages plus a prologue and two half-stages.

Average speed was 37.99 km/hr.

There were 150 starters and 121 classified finishers.

The 1981 Tour wasn't even close.

Hinault took the Yellow Jersey for good in the sixth stage and increased his lead at almost every stage.

His only real challenger was Phil Anderson who blew up in the mountains and lost 17 minutes in stage seventeen.

This was Hinault's third Tour victory.

Complete Final 1981 Tour de France General Classification:

  • Lucien van Impe (Boston-Mavic) @ 14min 34sec
  • Robert Alban (La Redoute-Motobecane) @ 17min 4sec
  • Joop Zoetemelk (TI-Raleigh) @ 18min 21sec
  • Peter Winnen (Capri Sonne) @ 10min 26sec
  • Jean-René Bernaudeau (Peugeot-Esso) @ 23min 2sec
  • Johan de Muynck (Wickes-Splendor) @ 24min 25sec
  • Sven-Ake Nilsson (Wickes-Splendor) @ 24min 37sec
  • Claude Criquielion (Wickes-Splendor) @ 26min 18sec
  • Phil Anderson (Peugeot-Esso) @ 27min
  • Fons de Wolf (Vermeer-Thijs) @ 28min 53sec
  • Johan Van der Velde (TI-Raleigh) @ 29min 46sec
  • Marcel Tinazzi (SEM-France Loire) @ 30min 3sec
  • Paul Wellens (Sunair-Sport 80) @ 32min 9sec
  • Mariano Martinez (La Redoute-Motobecane) @ 32min 16sec
  • Eddy Schepers (DAF Trucks) @ 33min 27sec
  • Raymond Martin (Miko-Mercier) @ 33min 41sec
  • Michael Laurent (Peugeot-Esso) @ 34min 41sec
  • Jean François Rodriguez (Renault-ELF-Gitane) @ 38min 32sec
  • Graham Jones (Peugeot-Esso) @ 41min 6sec
  • Alberto Fernandez (Teka) @ 42min 27sec
  • Lucien Didier (Renault-ELF-Gitane) @ 49min 26sec
  • Jacques Michaud (SEM-France Loise) @ 50min 23sec
  • Dominique Arnaud (Puch-Wolber) @ 52min 15sec
  • Gery Verlinden (Sunair-Sport 80) @ 52min 48sec
  • Didier Vanoverschelde (La Redoute-Motobecane) @ 53min 13sec
  • Charly Bérard (Renault-ELF-Gitane) @ 56min 6sec
  • Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle (Peugeot-Esso) @ 56min 37sec
  • Régis Ovion (Puch-Wolber) @ 56min 43sec
  • Hennie Kuiper (DAF Trucks) @ 57min 21sec
  • Pierre Bazzo (La Redoute-Motobecane) @ 58min 0sec
  • Jonathan Boyer (Renault-ELF-Gitane) @ 59min 21sec
  • Serge Beucherie (SEM-France Loire) @ 1hr 1min 40sec
  • Jostein Wilmann (Capri-Sonne) 1hr 2min 46sec
  • Marino Lejaretta (Teka) @ 1hr 10min 37sec
  • Christian Seznec (Miko-Mercier) @ 1hr 12min 43sec
  • Bernard Thévenet (Puch-Wolber) @ 1hr 12min 48sec
  • Vicente Belda (Kelme) @ 1hr 14min 23sec
  • Theo de Rooy (Capri Sonne) @ 1hr 16min 2sec
  • Ronny Claes (Capri Sonne) @ 1hr 17min 8sec
  • Alain Meslet (Boston-Mavic) @ 1hr 18min 38sec
  • Jordi Fortia (Kelme) @ 1hr 23min 28sec
  • Alain Vigneron (Renault-ELF-Gitane) @ 1hr 24min 52sec
  • Patrick Perret (Peugeot-Esso) @ 1hr 25min 55sec
  • Bernard Vallet (La Redoute-Motobecane) @ 1hr 26min 10sec
  • Hubert Linard (Peugeot-Esso) @ 1hr 26min 12sec
  • Patrick Friou (Miko-Mercier) @ 1hr 27min 20sec
  • Sean Kelly (Wickes-Splendor) @ 1hr 28min 24sec
  • Klaus-Peter Thaler (Puch-Wolber) @ 1hr 28min 51sec
  • Juan Fernandez (Kelme) @ 1hr 30min 46sec
  • Régis Clère (Miko-Mercier) @ 1hr 31min 1sec
  • Guy Nulens (DAF Trucks) @ 1hr 33min 39sec
  • Alain De Carvalho (Puch-Wolber) @ 1hr 35min 25sec
  • Henk Lubberding (TI-Raleigh) @ 1hr 37min 43sec
  • Gerrie Knetemann (TI-Raleigh) @ 1hr 39min 54sec
  • Maurice Le Guilloux (Renault-ELF-Gitane) @ 1hr 41min 25sec
  • Hendrik Devos (DAF Trucks) @ 1hr 42min 5sec
  • Jean-Louis Gauthier (Miko-Mercier) @ 1hr 42min 12sec
  • Ludo Peeters (TI-Raleigh) @ 1hr 43min 5sec
  • Hubert Arbes (Renault-ELF-Gitane) @ 1hr 43min 45sec
  • Roger Legeay (Peugeot-Esso) @ 1hr 43min 56sec
  • Ronald De Witte (Sunair-Sport 80) @ 1hr 44min 7sec
  • Jacques Bossis (Peugeot-Esso) @ 1hr 44min 39sec
  • Ismael Lejaretta (Teka) @ 1hr 44min 49sec
  • Rudy Colman (Wickes-Splendor) @ 1hr 46min 53sec
  • Freddy Maertens (Sunair-Sport 80) @ 1hr 47min 34sec
  • Jos De Schoenmaecker (Vermeer-Thijs) @ 1hr 47min 54sec
  • Bernard Becaas (Renault-ELF-Gitane) @ 1hr 48min 5sec
  • Barnardo Alfonsel (Teka) @ 1hr 49min 11sec
  • Jean Chassang (Puch-Wolber) @ 1hr 50min 34sec
  • Yves Hézard (Puch-Wolber) @ 1hr 52min 15sec
  • Bernard Bourreau (Peugeot-Esso) @ 1hr 56min 32sec
  • Hubert Mathis (Miko-Mercier) @ 1hr 58min 29sec
  • Ludo Delcroix (Capri Sonne) @ 1hr 59min 59sec
  • Rudy Pevenage (Capri Sonne) @ 2hr 0min 34sec
  • Louis Luyten (Vermeer-Thijs) @ 2hr 2min 1sec
  • Christian Levavasseur (Miko-Mercier) @ 2hr 2min 36sec
  • Patrick Moerlen (SEM-France Loire) @ 2hr 3min 20sec
  • Herman Beysens (Vermeer-Thijs) @ 2hr 3min 25sec
  • Hennie Stamsnijder (DAF Trucks) @ 2hr 5min 31sec
  • Adrie van Houwelingen (Vermeer Thijs) @ 2hr 6min 20sec
  • Jean-Luc Vandenbroucke (La Redoute-Motobecane) @ 2hr 7min 14sec
  • René Martens (DAF Trucks) @ 2hr 7min 41sec
  • Jos Jacobs (Capri Sonne) @ 2hr 8min 21sec
  • Yvon Bertin (Renault-ELF-Gitane) @ 2hr 10min 8sec
  • Joël Gallopin (Miko-Mercier) @ 2hr 10min 22sec
  • Roger de Cnijf (Boston-Mavic) @ 2hr 10min 47sec
  • Jean-François Pescheux (La Redoute-Motobecane) @ 2hr 12min 4sec
  • Franky de Gendt (Vermeer-Thijs) @ 2hr 12min 42sec
  • Patrick Hosotte (SEM-France Loire) @ 2hr 12min 49sec
  • Paulinho Martinez (Teka) @ 2hr 13min 12sec
  • Marc Durant (La Redoute-Motobecane) @ 2hr 13min 51sec
  • William Tackaert (DAF Trucks) @ 2hr 21min 50sec
  • Frits Pirard (Sunair-Sport 80) @ 2hr 21min 40sec
  • Frank Hoste (TI-Raleigh) @ 2hr 23min 40sec
  • Eugène Urbany (Splendor-Wickes) @ 2hr 25min 1sec
  • Jesus Guzman (Kelme) @ 2hr 25min 38sec
  • Jean-Paul Hosotte (SEM-France Loire) @ 2hr 28min 9sec
  • Ferdi Van Den Haute (La Redoute-Motobecane) @ 2hr 28min 11sec
  • Jaime Vilamajo (Kelme) @ 2hr 29min 41sec
  • Eulalio Garcia (Teka) @ 2hr 30min 43sec
  • Leo Wellens (Sunair-Sport 80) @ 2hr 30min 43sec
  • Francisco Ramon Albeda (Kelme) @ 2hr 33min 54sec
  • Manuel Murga (Kelme) @ 2hr 35min 45sec
  • Jesus Suarez (Kelme) @ 2hr 37min 36sec
  • Marc Dierickx (DAF Trucks) @ 2hr 38min 10sec
  • Dirk Wayenberg (Capri Sonne) @ 2hr 40min 27sec
  • Eddy Verstraeten (Vermeer Thijs) @ 2hr 44min 22sec
  • Albert Zweifel (SEM-France-Loire) @ 2hr 44min 24sec
  • Marcel Laurens (DAF Trucks) @ 2hr 45min 21sec
  • Willy Teirlinck (Boston-Mavic) @ 2hr 46min 44sec
  • Gerhard Schönbacher (Puch-Wolber) @ 2hr 51min 30sec
  • Johnny Broers (Splendor-Wickes) @ 3hr 1min 58sec
  • Luc De Grauwe (Boston-Mavic) @ 3hr 5min 51sec
  • Aad van den Hoek (TI-Raleigh) @ 3hr 11min 29sec
  • Jan Jonkers (Boston-Mavic) @ 3hr 15min 21sec
  • Johan Wellens (Sunair-Sport 80) @ 3hr 16min 2sec
  • Jorge Ruiz (Teka) @ 3hr 16min 13sec
  • Alain De Roo (Sunair-Sport 80) @ 3hr 19min 7sec
  • Philippe Tesniere (Boston-Mavic) @ 4hr 14min 59sec
  • Faustino Cueli (Teka) @ 4hr 29min 54sec

Climbers Competition:

  • Bernard Hinault (Reault-ELF): 222
  • Jean-René Bernaudeau (Peugeot-Esso): 168
  • Robert Alban (La Redoute-Motobecane): 134
  • Sven-Ake Nilsson (Splendor-Wickes): 95
  • Phil Anderson (Peugeot-Esso): 79
  • Peter Winnen (Capri Sonne): 70

Points Competition:

  • William Tackaert (DAF Trucks): 222
  • Bernard Hinault (Renault-ELF-Gitane): 184
  • Alfons De Wolf (Vermeer-Thijs): 152
  • Rudy Pevenage (Capri Sonne): 147
  • Phil Anderson (Peugeot-Esso): 146
  • Sean Kelly (Splendor-Wickes): 121
  • Johan van der Velde (TI-Raleigh): 120

Team Classification:

  • Peugeot-Esso: 399hr 30min 24sec
  • Renault-ELF-Gitane @ 11min 20sec
  • Capri Sonne @ 26min 46sec
  • La Redoute-Motobecane @ 42min 49sec
  • SEM-France Loire @ 45min 53sec
  • Splendor-Wickes @ 52min 17sec
  • TI-Raleigh @ 1hr 55min 35sec
  • Miko-Mercier @ 2hr 15min 53sec
  • DAF Trucks @ 2hr 23min 29sec
  • Puch-Wolber @ 2hr 29min 20sec
  • Boule d'Or @ 2hr 56min 16sec
  • Vermeer-Thijs @ 4hr 2min 24sec
  • Teka @ 4hr 4min 24sec
  • Boston-Mavic @ 4hr 43min 6sec
  • Kelme @ 6hr 18min 34sec

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Individual stage results with running GC:

Some accounts give each stage its own number, rather than calling them half-stages (1A, 1B, etc), giving 1981 24 stages. Sorry for the confusion.

Story of the Tour de France Volume 2

Prologue:  Thursday, June 25, Nice 5.8 Km Individual Time Trial

  • Bernard Hinault: 6min 48sec
  • Gerrie Knetemann @ 7sec
  • Daniel Willems @ 14sec
  • Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle @ 16sec
  • Gery Verlinden s.t.
  • Jean-Luc Vandenbrouck @ 17sec
  • Régis Clère s.t.
  • Charly Bérard @ 19sec
  • Ludo Peeters @ 20sec

GC after the prologue: Same as prologue results

Stage 1A:  Friday, June 26, Nice - Nice, 97 km

  • Freddy Maertens: 2hr 23min 19sec
  • Sean Kelly s.t.
  • Yvon Bertin s.t.
  • Rudy Pevenage s.t.
  • Daniel Willems s.t.
  • William Tackaert s.t.
  • Phil Anderson s.t.
  • Jean-Louis Gauthier s.t.
  • Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle s.t.
  • Didier Vanoverschelde s.t.

GC after Stage 1A:

  • Bernard Hinault: 2hr 30min 7sec
  • Gery Verlionden s.t.
  • Régis Clère @ 17sec
  • Charly Brérard @ 19sec
  • Yves Hézard s.t.

Stage 1B:  Friday, June 26, Nice - Antibes - Nice 40 Km Team Time Trial Teams raced for time bonuses to be applied to the riders' GC times instead of applying the stage's real time.

  • TI-Raleigh: 46min 20sec. 2min time bonus
  • Capri Sonne @ 29sec
  • Miko-Mercier @ 40sec
  • Renault-ELF-Gitane @ 43sec
  • Sunair-Sport 80 @ 50sec
  • DAF Trucks @ 51sec
  • Peugeot-Esso @ 53sec
  • Wickes-Splendor @ 1min 10sec
  • SEM-France Loire @ 1min 55sec
  • Vermeer-Thijs @ 2min 4sec

GC after Stage 1B

  • Gerrie Knetemann: 2hr 28min 14sec
  • Ludo Peeters @ 13sec
  • Joop Zoetemelk @ 16sec
  • Frank Hoste @ 22sec
  • Daniel Willems @ 27sec
  • Ad Wijnands @ 28sec
  • Henk Lubberding @ 30sec
  • Bernard Hinault @ 33sec
  • Ronny Claes @ 38sec
  • Régis Clère @ 40sec

Stage 2:  Saturday, June 27, Nice - Martiques, 254 km

  • Johan Van der Velde: 6hr 32min 27sec
  • Lucien Didier @ 6sec
  • Kim Andersen @ 22sec
  • Juan Fernandez @ 25sec
  • Jean Chassang s.t.
  • Klaus-Peter Thaler s.t.
  • Christian Seznec s.t.
  • Jesus Suarez-Cueva s.t.
  • Serge Beucherie s.t.

GC after Stage 2:

  • Gerrie Knetemann: 9hr 1min 6sec
  • Rudy Pevenage @ 36sec

Stage 3 : Sunday, June 28, Martiques - Narbonne, 232 km

  • Freddy Maertens 6hr 33min 50sec
  • Urs Freuler s.t.
  • Joseph Jacobs s.t.
  • Eddy Planckaert s.t.
  • Régis Ovion s.t.

GC after Stage 3:

  • Gerrie Knetemann: 15hr 34min 56sec
  • Ludo Peeters @ 1sec
  • Freddy Maertens @ 15sec
  • Peter Winnen @ 42sec

Stage 4:  Monday, June 29, Narbonne - Carcassone 77.2 km Team Time Trial As in Stage 1B, the race was for time bonuses. Good thing because Kelme finished 14 minutes slower than TI-Raleigh.

  • TI Raleigh: 1hr 41min 3sec. TI Raleigh earned a 3min 45sec bonification
  • Peugeot-Esso @ 19sec
  • Carpri Sonne @ 26sec
  • Renault-Elf-Gitane @ 26sec
  • DAF Trucks @ 1min 2sec
  • Wickes-Splendor @ 1min 55sec
  • Miko-Mercier @ 1min 57sec
  • Sunnair-Sport 80 @ 2min 30sec
  • La Redoute @ 2min 56sec
  • SEM-France Loire @ 3min 22sec

GC after Stage 4:

  • Gerrie Knetemann: 15hr 31min 11sec
  • Rudy Pevenage @ 1min 43sec
  • Peter Winnen @ 1min 57sec
  • Jostein Willmann @ 2min 1sec
  • Phil Anderson @ 2min 1sec
  • Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle @ 2min 4sec

Stage 5:  Tuesday, June 30, St. Gaudens - St. Lary Soulan, 117.5 km

Major Climbs: Peyresourde and Pla d'Adet

  • Lucien van Impe: 3hr 32min 32sec
  • Bernard Hinault @ 27sec
  • Juan Fernandez s.t.
  • Marino Lejarreta @ 1min 52sec
  • Sven-Ake Nilsson @ 2min 8sec
  • Claude Criquielion @ 2min 10sec
  • Jos De Schoenmaecker @ 2min 32sec
  • Robert Alban @ 2min 37sec
  • Raymond Martin s.t.

GC after Stage 5:

  • Phil Anderson: 19hr 6min 11sec
  • Bernard Hinault @ 17sec
  • Jostein Willmann @ 3min 8sec
  • Peter Winnen @ 3min 24sec
  • Ronny Claes @ 3min 25sec
  • Michel Laurent @ 3min 32sec
  • Lucien van Impe @ 3min 39sec
  • Jean-François Rodriguez @ 3min 53sec

Stage 6:  Wednesday, July 1, Nay - Pau 26.7 km Individual Time Trial

  • Bernard Hinault: 35min 52sec
  • Gerrie Knetemann @ 3sec
  • Phil Anderson @ 30sec
  • Gery Verlinden @ 40sec
  • Alain Vigneron @ 1mn 11sec
  • Freddy Maertens @ 1min 13sec
  • Fons De Wolf @ 1min 14sec
  • Alberto Fernandez @ 1min 15sec
  • Michel Laurent s.t.

GC after Stage 6:

  • Bernard Hinault: 19hr 42min 20sec
  • Phil Anderson @ 13sec
  • Michel Laurent @ 4min 30sec
  • Ronny Claes @ 4min 52sec
  • Lucien van Impe @ 4min 58sec
  • Jostein Willmann @ 5min
  • Alberto Fernandez @ 5min 23sec
  • Claude Criquielion s.t.
  • Peter Winnen @ 5min 44sec
  • Gery Verlinden @ 5min 45sec

Stage 7:  Thursday, July 2, Pau - Bordeaux, 227 km A problem with the cameras at the finish line caused the judges to assign places 7 through 140 the same time and place.

  • Urs Freuler: 5hr 37min 24sec
  • Freddy Maertens s.t.
  • Noel Dejonckheere s.t.
  • Frank Hoste, Gerrie Knetemann, Ludo Peeters, Cees Priem, etc. s.t.

GC after Stage 7:

  • Bernard Hinault: 25hr 19min 16sec
  • Phil Anderson @ 33sec
  • Michel Laurent @ 4min 58sec
  • Ronny Claes @ 5min 20sec
  • Lucien van Impe @ 5min 26sec
  • Jostein Willmann @ 5min 28sec
  • Alberto Fernandez @ 5min 51sec
  • Gery Verlinden @ 6min 5sec
  • Peter Winnen @ 6min 12sec

Stage 8:  Friday, July 3, Rochefort sur Mer - Nantes, 182 km

  • Ad Wijnands: 4hr 35min 37sec
  • Guido van Calster s.t.

GC after Stage 8:

  • Bernard Hinault: 29hr 54min 41sec
  • Phil Anderson @ 37sec
  • Michel Laurent @ 5min 10sec
  • Ronny Claes @ 5min 32sec
  • Lucien van Impe @ 5min 38sec
  • Alberto Fernandez @ 6min 3sec
  • Gery Verlinden @ 6min 17sec
  • Peter Winnen @ 6min 24sec
  • Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle @ 6min 27sec

Stage 9:  Sunday, July 5, Nantes - Le Mans, 196.5 km

  • René Martens: 4hr 23min 9sec
  • Régis Clère @ 4sec
  • Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle @ 6sec
  • Bernard Becaas s.t.
  • Theo De Rooy s.t.
  • Jean-François Rodriguez s.t.
  • Patrick Perret s.t.
  • Freddy Maertens @ 2min 36sec
  • Eugène Urbany s.t.

GC after Stage 9:

  • Bernard Hinault: 34hr 20min 26sec
  • Phil Andersen @ 37sec
  • Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle @ 3min 31sec
  • Jean-François Rodriguez @ 3min 40sec
  • Régis Clère @ 5min 16sec

Stage 10:  Monday, July 6, Le Mans - Aulnay sous Bois, 264 km

  • Ad Wijnands: 6hr 30min 41sec
  • Jean-Luc Vandenbroucke s.t.
  • Philippe Tesniere s.t.
  • Bernard Bourreau s.t.
  • Eddy Schepers s.t.
  • Jonathan Boyer s.t.
  • Henk Lubberding s.t.

GC after Stage 10:

  • Bernard Hinault: 40hr 51min 46sec
  • Phil Anderson @ 41sec
  • Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle @ 3min 35sec
  • Jean-François Rodriguez @ 3min 44sec
  • Michel Laurent @ 4min 31sec
  • Régis Clère @ 5min 20sec
  • Ronny Claes @ 5min 36sec
  • Lucien van Impe @ 5min 42sec
  • Alberto Fernandez @ 6min 7sec

Stage 11:  Tuesday, July 7, Compiègne - Roubaix, 246 km

  • Daniel Willems: 6hr 18min 34sec
  • Joaquim Agostinho s.t.
  • Christian Seznec @ 5sec
  • Paul Sherwen @ 7sec
  • Johan Van der Velde s.t.
  • Jean-René Bernaudeau s.t.
  • Ludo Peeters s.t.

GC after stage 11:

  • Bernard Hinault: 47hr 10min 27sec
  • Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle @ 3min 28sec
  • Jean François Rodriguez @ 3min 44sec
  • Gery Verlinden @ 6min 21sec
  • Eddy Schepers @ 6min 45sec
  • Régis Clère @ 7min 5sec

Stage 12A:  Wednesday, July 8, Roubaix - Brussels, 107.3 km

  • Freddy Maertens: 2hr 25min 48sec
  • Fons De Wolf s.t.
  • Guido Van Calster s.t.

GC after Stage 12A:

  • Bernard Hinault: 49hr 36min 15sec
  • Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle @ 3min 33sec
  • Jean-François Rodriguez @ 3min 49sec
  • Michel Laurent @ 4min 36sec
  • Ronny Claes @ 5min 41sec
  • Lucien van Impe @ 5min 47sec
  • Gery Verlinden @ 6min 26sec
  • Régis Clère @ 7min 10sec

Stage 12B:  Wednesday, July 8, Brussels - Zolder, 137.8 km

  • Eddy Plackaert: 3hr 22min 31sec
  • Bernard Hinault s.t.

GC after Stage 12B:

  • Bernard Hinault: 52hr 58min 46sec
  • Jean-François Rodriguez @ 3 min 49sec

Stage 13:  Thursday, July 9, Beringen - Hasselt, 157 km

  • Freddy Maertens: 4hr 1min 20sec

GC after Stage 13:

  • Bernard Hinault: 56hr 59min 42sec
  • Phil Anderson @ 57sec
  • Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle @ 3min 57sec
  • Ronny Claes @ 6min 5sec
  • Michel Laurent @ 6min 6sec
  • Lucien van Impe @ 6min 11sec
  • Gery Verlinden @ 6min 50sec
  • Paul Wellens @ 7min 43sec
  • Eddy Schepers @ 7min 45sec

Stage 14:  Friday, July 10, Mulhouse 38.5 km Indvidual Time Trial

  • Bernard Hinault: 50min 30sec
  • Gerrie Knetemann @ 25sec
  • Daniel Willems @ 1min 42sec
  • Joaquim Agostinho @ 2min 3sec
  • Gery Verlinden @ 2min 6sec
  • Mariano Martinez @ 2min 20sec
  • Fons De Wolf @ 2min 23sec
  • Johan De Muynck @ 2min 28sec
  • Bernard Vallet @ 2min 29sec

GC after Stage 14:

  • Bernard Hinault: 57hr 52min 12sec
  • Phil Anderson @ 2min 58sec
  • Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle @ 6min 37sec
  • Jean-François Rodriguez @ 8min 53sec
  • Gery Verlinden @ 8min 56sec
  • Lucien van Impe @ 9min 38sec
  • Ronny Claes @ 9min 58sec
  • Michel Laurent @ 10min 38sec
  • Joop Zoetemelk @ 10min 43sec
  • Régis Clère @ 10min 51sec

Stage 15:  Saturday, July 11, Besançon - Thonon les Bains, 231 km

Major Ascent: Cou

  • Sean Kelly: 5hr 47min 7sec
  • Jean François Rodriguez s.t.
  • Leo Wellens s.t.
  • Jacques Michaud s.t.
  • Mariano Martinez s.t.
  • Vicente Belda s.t.
  • Dominique Arnaud s.t.
  • Graham Jones s.t.

GC after Stage 15:

  • Bernard Hinault: 63hr 37min 37sec
  • Jean-François Rodriguez @ 8min 35sec
  • Michel Laurent @ 9min 50sec
  • Daniel Willems @ 11min 24sec

Stage 16:  Sunday, July 12, Thonon les Bains - Morzine, 199.5 km

Major Ascents: Salève, Ramaz, Joux-Plane, Joux-Verte

  • Robert Alban: 6hr 14min 29sec
  • Sven-Ake Nilsson @ 2min 22sec
  • Claude Criquielion @ 3min 51sec
  • Fons De Wolf @ 3min 55sec
  • Johan de Muynck s.t.
  • Peter Winnen s.t.
  • Alberto Fernandez s.t.
  • Lucien van Impe s.t.
  • Joop Zoetemelk s.t.
  • Raymond Martin @ 4min 15sec

GC after stage 16:

  • Bernard Hinault: 69hr 56min 1sec
  • Phil Anderson @ 7min 39sec
  • Robert Alban @ 10min 45sec
  • Johan de Muynck @ 11min 28sec
  • Eddy Schepers @ 11min 47sec
  • Claude Criquielion @ 12min 17sec
  • Alberto Fernandez @ 12min 18sec

Stage 17:  Tuesday, Jul 14, Morzine - L'Alpe d'Huez , 230.5 km

Major Ascents: Madeleine, Glandon and hilltop finish at L'Alpe d'Huez

  • Peter Winnen: 7hr 36min 18sec
  • Bernard Hinault @ 8sec
  • Lucien van Impe @ 9sec
  • Robert Alban @ 12sec
  • Johan de Muynck @ 1min 38sec
  • Joop Zoetemelk @ 2min 1sec
  • Claude Criquielion @ 3min 23sec
  • Paul Wellens @ 3min 33sec
  • Fons de Wolf @ 4min 14sec
  • Jean-René Bernaudeau @ 4min 16sec

GC after stage 17:

  • Bernard Hinault: 77hr 32min 27sec
  • Robert Alban @ 10min 49sec
  • Joop Zoetemelk @ 12min 36sec
  • Johan de Muynck @ 12min 58sec
  • Peter Winnen @ 13min 4sec
  • Michel Laurent @ 14min 9sec
  • Claude Criquielion @ 15min 32sec
  • Sven-Ake Nilsson @ 16min 40sec
  • Paul Wellens @ 17min 40sec

Stage 18:  Wednesday, July 15, Bourg d'Oisans - Le Pleynet, 131 km

Major Ascents: Luitel, St. Martin d'Uriage, Mouilles, Barioz and a hilltop finish at Le Pleynet.

  • Bernard Hinault: 4hr 16min 43sec
  • Jean-René Bernaudeau @ 32sec
  • Fons De Wolf @ 1min 26sec
  • Marcel Tinazzi @ 2min 33sec
  • Sven-Ake Nilsson s.t.
  • Robert Alban s.t.
  • Daniel Willems @ 2min 51sec

GC after Stage 18:

  • Bernard Hinault: 81hr 49min 10sec
  • Lucien van Impe @ 12min 12sec
  • Robert Alban @ 13min 22sec
  • Joop Zoetemelk @ 15min 9sec
  • Johan de Muynck @ 15min 53sec
  • Peter Winnen @ 16min 5sec
  • Claude Criquielion @ 18min 33sec
  • Jean-René Bernaudeau @ 18min 35sec
  • Sken-Ake Nilsson @ 19min 13sec
  • Fons De Wolf @ 21min 20sec

Stage 19:  Thursday, July 16, Veurey - St. Priest, 117.5 km

Major Ascent: Veurey-Montaud

  • Daniel Willems: 3hr 7min 2sec
  • Bernard Hinault @ 1sec
  • Patrick Friou s.t.
  • Ronny Claes s.t.
  • Hubert Linard s.t.

GC after Stage 19:

  • Bernard Hinault: 84hr 55min 45sec
  • Lucien van Impe @ 12min 32sec
  • Robert Alban @ 13min 50sec
  • Joop Zoetemelk @ 15min 21sec
  • Peter Winnen @ 16min 33sec
  • Jean-René Bernaudeau @ 18min 59sec
  • Sven-Ake Nilsson @ 19min 41sec
  • Johan de Muynck @ 20min 9sec
  • Claude Criquielion @ 22min 49sec
  • Fons De Wolf @ 25min 36sec

Stage 20:  Friday, July 17, St. Priest 46.5 km Individual Time Trial

  • Bernard Hinault: 1hr 1min 16sec
  • Daniel Willems @ 37sec
  • Gerrie Knetemann @ 1min 3sec
  • Jean-Luc Vandenbroucke @ 1min 52sec
  • Lucien van Impe @ 2min 2sec
  • Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle @ 2min 33sec
  • Régis Clère @ 2min 35sec
  • Marcel Tinazzi @ 2min 46sec
  • Joop Zoetemelk @ 3min
  • Freddy Maertens @ 3min 8sec

GC after Stage 20:

  • Bernard Hinault: 85hr 57min 1sec
  • Lucien van Impe @ 14min 34sec
  • Rober Alban @ 17min 4sec
  • Joop Zoetemelk @ 18min 21sec
  • Peter Winnen @ 20min 26sec
  • Jean-René Bernaudeau @ 23min 2sec
  • Johan de Muynck @ 24min 25sec
  • Sven-Ake Nilsson @ 24min 37sec
  • Claude Criquielion @ 26min 18sec
  • Daniel Willems @ 28min 12sec

Stage 21:  Saturday, July 18, Auxerre - Fontenay sous Bois, 207 km

  • Johan Van der Velde: 5hr 32min 36sec
  • Pierre Bazzo @ 2sec
  • Ludo Peeters @ 19sec
  • Bernard Vallet s.t.
  • Guy Nulens s.t.
  • Marcel Tinazzi s.t.
  • Ludo Delcroix s.t.
  • Hubert Arbes s.t.

GC after Stage 21:

  • Bernard Hinault: 91hr 34min 14sec
  • Lucien van Impe @ 14min 24sec
  • Phil Anderson @ 27min

Stage 22 (Final stage): Sunday, July 19, Fontenay sous Bois - Paris (Champs Elysées), 186.8 km

  • Freddy Maertens: 4hr 45min 24sec

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1981. The 1980s were officially underway. Synth-based vocal pop was emerging, prepping for a curious revival at bikes in our Cyclry Subaru nearly 40 years later. Conversation pits were out, capitalism was in. And in cycling, Bernard Hinault was ready to own the decade.

Back in the 1980 Tour de France , Bernard Hinault had started ferociously, but ultimately endured disappointment and injury. He had recovered to finish his season with a World Championship victory to add to his Giro d’Italia overall win. Now he was seeking revenge. He was ready to win his third Tour de France.

Hinault arrived at the Tour wearing the rainbow bands of the World Champion, having already secured victories in Paris-Roubaix (which he claimed he entered only out of respect for the World Champion jersey), Amstel Gold Race, Criterium International, and the Criterium du Dauphine Libere. He’d chosen not to ride the Giro d’Italia so he could fully focus his efforts on the Tour.

Win or lose, 1981 was going to be the Bernard Hinault Show.

Le Tour 1981

Joining Bernard Hinault (Renault-Elf-Gitane) as race favorites were the previous year’s winner Joop Zoetemelk (TI-Raleigh-Creda), the 1976 Tour de France winner Lucien Van Impe (Boston-Mavic), and Joaquim Agostinho (Sem France Loire).

The 68 th Tour de France, like the 1980 Tour, lasted three and a half weeks from 25 June to 19 July 1981, and had 25 stages total (counting Prologue and a/b split stages 1 and 12). It took in a beautiful start at Nice before travelling clockwise around the country. It hit the Pla d’Adet in the Pyrenees as early as Stage Five, skirted around Paris on Stage Ten, headed into Zolder as part of three stages in Belgium, then took in the Alps before returning to Paris.

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Week One: Four Time-Trials and a Summit

Remember 1980? Well, the vision of 1980 we presented last month, we mean. Nobody actually remembers 1980. It’s just a shorthand for people who like synths, fast cars, and cocaine.

Anyway, 1980 started with a prologue, then the following day had stages 1a (flat/sprint) and 1b (team time-trial). And 1981 had the exact same thing, with almost the exact same results.

Predictably, Bernard Hinault won the 5.85km Prologue comfortably, putting 7 seconds into second-placed Gerrie Knetemann, and 14 seconds into third-placed Daniel Willems.

Two-times Points Classification winner (1976, 1978) and then-holder of eleven stage wins, Freddy Maertens won Stage 1a from a sprint ahead of Sean Kelly. In the afternoon, the TI-Raleigh team cruised to a predictable victory, putting 43 seconds into Hinault’s Renault-Elf-Gitane team over 40km Stage 1b team time-trial. Gerrie Knetemann took over the race lead.

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TI-Raleigh took a second stage win through Johan van der Velde’s solo victory on Stage Two . Freddy Maertens also took his second stage win a day later on Stage Three , taking over the points classification in the process.

Stage Four was yet another time-trial–the third of the race, and the second team time-trial–and was, again, won by the TI-Raleigh team. It increasingly looked as though they’d match the incredible haul of victories they’d achieved the previous year.

The Tour visited the Pyrenees, albeit briefly, on Stage Five . The climb to Pla d’Adet saw an escape from esteemed climber Lucien Van Impe, who soloed through the final kilometers to the summit to win the stage by 27 seconds ahead of Hinault. The Australian Phil Anderson finished the stage in third place, much to the surprise of fans and his team alike. He was at the race as a domestique for Jean-René Bernaudeau, but he’d stuck with Hinault on the Tour’s first mountain. Even more excitingly, Anderson took over the yellow jersey from Gerrie Knetemann, becoming the first Australian to lead the Tour. And, in fact, the first non-European too.

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It was business as usual on Stage Six , as the Tour took in one more contre la montre, this time a 26.7km individual time-trial from Nay to Pau. Bernard Hinault won by one second over Gerrie Knetemann, and 16 seconds ahead of surprise third-place finisher (again) and yellow jersey wearer Phil Anderson. Hinault now led the Tour by 13 seconds over Phil Anderson, but a huge 4’30” over third placed Michel Laurent, and five minutes over his nearest major rival, Van Impe.

TI-Raleigh added two more wins as the Tour crept up the west coast of France on Stages Seven and Eight . Urs Freuler and Ad Wijnands took the honors, both from bunch finishes. Hinault retained his yellow jersey, even extending his margin over Anderson with strong placements in intermediate sprints.

Rest Day One (July 4, 1981)

Probably the best 1981 music video that doubles up as an homage to Carol Reed’s The Third Man. Not sure how much competition there is for that particular accolade, to be quite honest. This song’s an absolute banger to start a drive with after your wife has gotten in the car and said ‘no synth please’ though.

Week Two: Turning the Screw

The race traversed Northern France and into Belgium for the following six stages. Hinault continued to chip away at Anderson in second place by taking time bonifications along the route, stretching his lead to almost a minute. Stages Nine and Ten were won by René Martens and Ad Wijnands (again) on relatively uneventful courses.

Stage 11 had a start and finish close to the heart of every cycling fan: Compiègne to Roubaix, the same as Paris-Roubaix. Hinault didn’t repeat his victory in Hell from earlier that year, instead Daniel Willems took the win ahead of Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle. The latter was in third place overall, but the seven seconds he gained didn’t do much to close his three and a half minute deficit.

Stage 12 was split into 12a and 12b, running from Roubaix to Brussels, and Brussels to Zolder. Both culminated in sprint finishes, with Freddy Maertens winning the first, and finishing second behind Eddy Planckaert in the latter. Maertens finished an incredible two days with another victory on Stage 13 . His lead in the points classification was now huge.

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The Tour’s penultimate time-trial took place on Stage 14 . There are no prizes for guessing who won it. Bernard Hinault’s lead in the yellow jersey, while never looking under thread, was a slender 57 seconds going into the time-trial. He put over two minutes into Phil Anderson, finishing the stage with a lead of 2’58” and huge gaps on the rest of the field. He’d moved from strong favorite to winner-elect.

Sean Kelly won the hilly Stage 15 from a bunch sprint, his third career Tour stage victory.

After two incredible weeks that had rapidly become the stuff of legend for Anglophone cycling fans, Stage 16 was the first time Phil Anderson showed signs of weakness. He cracked and lost almost five minutes to Hinault, though still finished the day in second place in the general classification, two minutes ahead of Van Impe.

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At the end of the stage, Lucien van Impe took over the mountains classification, which Hinault had held since Stage Two. However, the points jersey (Freddy Maertens) and general classification hadn’t changed leaders since stages three and six respectively. Something big would have to happen if either competition were to be shaken up.

Rest Day Two (July 13, 1981)

Ghost Town by The Specials was actually number one during the 1981 Tour, but it just makes us think of that Father Ted episode now. Adam Ant was number one a month before the race started though, and we’re literally never going to include him on this site ever again, so we might as well share this madness.

Week Three: Total Domination

After the rest day, the Tour climbed the iconic Alpe d’Huez on Stage 17 . The appropriately named Peter Winnen was the stage victor, but it was Hinault who put the hammer down. And while Hinault extended his lead over everyone else in the race, it was Phil Anderson who saw the biggest losses. He lost 17 minutes, dropping from his second place all the way out of the top ten. Hinault’s lead was now 9’38” over Lucien Van Impe.

Not satisfied with that, Hinault asserted his dominance on a mountainous, but fairly short, Stage 18 . He won solo, 32 seconds ahead of the next nearest finisher, and 2’33” over Van Impe and Zootemelk in the chasing group of favorites. His lead stretched to over 12 minutes.

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The victor in Roubaix, Daniel Willems, won Stage 19 , a flat stage from Veury to Saint-Priest, with a ferocious Bernard Hinault in second place.

The Tour stayed in Saint-Priest for its final time-trial ( Stage 20 ), which Hinault duly won. He’d won two stages and finished second in two others in the four stages that had followed the rest day. He wasn’t about to give any quarter in his second attempt at his third Tour win. With another two minutes on Van Impe and three more on Zoetemelk, Hinault’s lead was an insurmountable 14’34”.

Stage Two’s winner, Johan van der Velde took Stage 21 for the TI-Raleigh team, and Freddy Maertens made it five stage victories on the Champs Elysees ( Stage 22 ) to finish the Tour and win the points classification by over 200 points.

Only three riders finished within 20 minutes of Hinault. He had promised domination, and had delivered it with vigor.

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  6. Tour de France 1981 Stage 15 results

    Sean Kelly is the winner of Tour de France 1981 Stage 15, before Jean-François Rodriguez and Johan van der Velde. Bernard Hinault was leader in GC.

  7. 1981 Tour de France

    The 1981 Tour de France was the 68th edition of the Tour de France, taking place between 25 June and 19 July. The total race distance was 24 stages over 3,753 km (2,332 mi). It was dominated by Bernard Hinault, who led the race from the sixth stage on, increasing his lead almost every stage.

  8. List of teams and cyclists in the 1981 Tour de France

    List of teams and cyclists in the 1981 Tour de France For the 1981 Tour de France, in late 1980, there were plans to make the tour "open", which meant that amateur teams would also be allowed to join. This would make it possible for teams from Eastern Europe to join. [1] The plan did not materialize, so only professional teams were invited.

  9. Tour de France 1981 Stage 22 results

    Bernard Hinault is the winner of Tour de France 1981, before Lucien Van Impe and Robert Alban. Freddy Maertens is the winner of the final stage.

  10. Tour de France 1981 Stage 13 results

    Freddy Maertens is the winner of Tour de France 1981 Stage 13, before Eddy Planckaert and Fons de Wolf. Bernard Hinault was leader in GC.

  11. Results of the 1981 Tour de France

    Jerseys of the 1981 Tour de France Yellow jersey (winner of the Tour de France) : Bernard Hinault in 96h19'38" Polka dot jersey (best climber) : Lucien van Impe with 284 points Green jersey (best sprinter) : Freddy Maertens with 428 points White jersey (best young rider) : Peter Winnen in 96h40'04" Stages of the 1981 Tour de France. Prologue (Nice - Nice, 5.8 km in Individual Time Trial)

  12. Tour d'Espagne 1980

    Tour d'Espagne 1981 modifier - modifier le code - modifier Wikidata La 35e édition du Tour d'Espagne s'est déroulée entre le 22 avril et le 11 mai 1980 entre La Manga et Madrid. Il se composait de 20 étapes pour un total de 3 225 km. Il a été remporté par l' Espagnol Faustino Rupérez . Équipes participantes Zor-Vereco Kelme Teka Flavia-Gios

  13. 1981 Tour de France

    His only real challenger was Phil Anderson who blew up in the mountains and lost 17 minutes in stage seventeen. This was Hinault's third Tour victory. Complete Final 1981 Tour de France General Classification: Bernard Hinault (Renault-ELF-Gitane) 96hr 19min 38sec Lucien van Impe (Boston-Mavic) @ 14min 34sec

  14. Tour de France 1981

    The 68 th Tour de France, like the 1980 Tour, lasted three and a half weeks from 25 June to 19 July 1981, and had 25 stages total (counting Prologue and a/b split stages 1 and 12). It took in a beautiful start at Nice before travelling clockwise around the country. It hit the Pla d'Adet in the Pyrenees as early as Stage Five, skirted around ...

  15. Tour de France 1981 Stage 2 results

    Johan van der Velde is the winner of Tour de France 1981 Stage 2, before Lucien Didier and Kim Andersen. Gerrie Knetemann was leader in GC.

  16. 1981 Tour de France, Prologue to Stage 11

    Route of the 1981 Tour de France. The 1981 Tour de France was the 68th edition of Tour de France, one of cycling's Grand Tours. The Tour began in Nice with a prologue individual time trial on 25 June and Stage 12a occurred on 8 July with a flat stage to Brussels, Belgium. The race finished on the Champs-Élysées in Paris on 19 July.

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  18. Tour d'Espagne 1985

    Tour d'Espagne 1985. La 40e édition du Tour d'Espagne a été disputée du 23 avril au 12 mai 1985 entre Valladolid et Salamanque. Le parcours faisait 3 474 km à effectuer en 19 étapes (et un prologue). L' Espagnol Pedro Delgado s'y est imposé, à une vitesse moyenne de 36,417 km/h .

  19. Tour de France 1981

    Cyclisme sur route - Tour de France - 1981 - Résultats détaillés. Choix d'une saison : Le Tour de France 1981 est la 68ème édition de cette épreuve. La compétition a eu lieu du 25 juin au 19 juillet 1981 . Le vainqueur de l'édition 1981 est Bernard Hinault. Résultats 1981.

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  21. Tour de l'Aude 1981 Stage 3 results

    1981 » 15th Tour de l'Aude Stage 3 (Final) » Carcassonne › Carcassonne (194km) Stage GC AgeBIBsTime won/lostH2HSpecialty DNF=Did not finish / DNS=Did not start / OTL = Outside time limit / DF=Did finish, no result / NR=No result Rider wearing the jersey >50% of race distance in group before peloton

  22. Espagne 1981

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  24. Tour d'Indre-et-Loire 1981 Stage 3 results

    Stephen Roche is the winner of Tour d'Indre-et-Loire 1981, before Patrick Friou and Henry Rinklin. Stephen Roche is the winner of the final stage.