Jos Lammertink

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Jos Lammertink, 1979
Jos Lammertink, 1979
Jos Lammertink, 1978

Jos Lammertink (born March 28, 1958 in Wierden, Overijssel) is a retired road bicycle racer from the Netherlands, who was a professional rider from 1980 to 1989. He won the Dutch title in the men's road race in 1986. Unfortunately, however, that same year he was involved in a crash during stage four of the Tour de France that forced him to abandon, suffering from a fracture on his left front skull.


  • 1980: HB Alarmsystemen (Netherlands)
  • 1981: HB Alarmsystemen (Netherlands)
  • 1982: B&S Wegenbouw-Elro Snacks (Netherlands)
  • 1983: Vivi – Benotto (Italy)
  • 1984: Panasonic (Netherlands)
  • 1985: Panasonic (Netherlands)
  • 1986: Panasonic (Netherlands)
  • 1987: Transvemij-Van Schilt (Netherlands)
  • 1988: TVM-Van Schilt (Netherlands)
  • 1989: TVM-Ragno (Netherlands)


Preceded by
Jacques Hanegraaf
Dutch National Road Race Champion
Succeeded by
Adri van der Poel