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The 20 Greatest Road Cyclists of All Time

In the cycling history, there are great cyclists who print their names to the cycling glory wall with gold letters. Each taking place on this list owing to their different talents and achievements.

Thursday, July 18, 2019
  (last updated) - by Mehmet Kaplan
Greatest Road Cyclists of All Time

Greatest Road Cyclists of All Time

Some of them for grand tours they won, some for daily races they won, some for legendary slopes they climbed, some for sprint victories they won with only 10 cm front of the others, and some for their peloton behaviors and leadership.

Come, let's take a look at the most important figures that come to my mind in while talking about road cycling.

The 20 Greatest Road Cyclists of All Time

Eddy Merckx
Eddy Merckx
BelgiumBelgium
Belgian, cycling legend. You can also describe him as the most winning cyclist in history, or the cyclist who has won everything. With 11 Grand Tour victories and many classic and stage races, Eddy Merckx can be considered the greatest cyclist in cycling history.
Bernard Hinault
Bernard Hinault
FranceFrance
He is the most famous French cyclist in cycling history. In the late 1970s and early 80s, he became the most successful general classification rider of grand tours. He won the Tour de France in 1985 and is the last French cyclist to win the Tour de France. He has 10 grand tour victories in his career.
Fausto Coppi
Fausto Coppi
ItalyItaly
Jacques Anquetil
Jacques Anquetil
FranceFrance
Miguel Induráin
Miguel Induráin
SpainSpain
Gino Bartali
Gino Bartali
ItalyItaly
Chris Froome
Chris Froome
Great BritainGreat Britain
Greg LeMond
Greg LeMond
United StatesUnited States
Vincenzo Nibali
Vincenzo Nibali
ItalyItaly
Tom Boonen
Tom Boonen
BelgiumBelgium
Peter Sagan
Peter Sagan
SlovakiaSlovakia
Laurent Fignon
Laurent Fignon
FranceFrance
Stephen Roche
Stephen Roche
IrelandIreland
Joop Zoetemelk
Joop Zoetemelk
NetherlandsNetherlands
Bernard Thévenet
Bernard Thévenet
FranceFrance
Raymond Poulidor
Raymond Poulidor
FranceFrance
Louison Bobet
Louison Bobet
FranceFrance
Mark Cavendish
Mark Cavendish
Great BritainGreat Britain
Fabian Cancellara
Fabian Cancellara
SwitzerlandSwitzerland
Luis Ocaña
Luis Ocaña
SpainSpain