Francis Pélissier

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Francis Pélissier
Francis Pelissier Paris-Roubaix 1919.JPG
Personal information
Full name Francis Pélissier
Nickname Le Grand
Le Sorcier de Bordeaux–Paris
Born (1894-06-13)13 June 1894
Paris, France
Died 22 February 1959(1959-02-22) (aged 64)
Mantes-la-Jolie, France
Team information
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
1919–1923
1924–1925
1926–1928
1929–1931
1932
JB Louvet
Automoto
Dilecta-Wolber
JB Louvet
Alleluia-Wolber
Major wins
French National Road Race Champion (1921, 1923, 1924)
Bordeaux–Paris (1922,1924)
Grand Prix Wolber (1926)
Paris–Tours (1921)
Tour de France, 2 stages
Infobox last updated on
17 November 2007

Francis Pélissier (13 June 1894 - 22 February 1959) was a French professional road racing cyclist from Paris. He was the younger brother of Tour de France winner Henri Pélissier, and the older brother of Tour de France stage winner Charles Pélissier. He won several classic cycle races like Paris–Tours, Bordeaux–Paris and Grand Prix Wolber. He also won the French National Road Race Championship three times (1921, 1923 and 1924) as well as two stages at the Tour de France.

Palmarès[edit]

1919
Tour de France:
Winner stage 3
Nancy-Brussels
1921
Circuit Aisne-Oise
 France national road race champion
Paris–Tours
1922
Bordeaux–Paris
1923
 France national road race champion
1924
 France national road race champion
Bordeaux–Paris
Vuelta Ciclista al País Vasco
1926
GP Wolber
Critérium des As
Critérium International de Cyclo-cross, Cyclo-cross
1927
Tour de France:
Winner stage 1
Wearing yellow jersey for five days

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