Floyd Landis

Ever since Roger Walkowiak won the 1956 Tour de France, the sixth Tour of every decade has always produced a crazy race that is won by an outsider, ends an era or is decided in the final time trial. This year was no exception.

In 1966 Lucien Aimar stopped Raymond Poulidor winning, climber Lucien Van Impe did the same thing ten years later, Greg Lemond beat Bernhard Hinault in 1986 and Bjarne Riis beat Miguel Indurain in 1996.

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