List of teams and cyclists in the 1986 Tour de France

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The 1986 Tour de France was the 73rd edition of Tour de France, one of cycling's Grand Tours. The Tour began in Boulogne-Billancourt on 4 July and finished on the Champs-Élysées in Paris on 23 July.

In June, 23 teams had requested to start in the 1986 Tour.[1] The Tour direction accepted 21 applications, so a total of 21 teams participated in the 1986 Tour de France.[2][3] The two teams whose application was denied were Skala-Skil and Miko.[1] Each team sent a squad of ten riders, which meant that the race would start with a peloton of 210 cyclists,[2][3] a record setting total.[4] From the 210 riders that began this edition, 132 made it to the finish in Paris.[5]

7-Eleven became the Tour's first team from the United States, with a squad consisting of eight Americans, one Canadian and one Mexican.[6][2] Jim Ochowicz, 7-Eleven's founder and manager, met with the Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) and persuaded them to invite his team. In the Spring, the team withdrew from competition in Europe (missing the opportunity to become the first American team in the history of the Vuelta a España) due to the United States conflict with Libya, losing out on much needed competitive racing unavailable in the United States.[7]

Teams[edit]

Cyclists[edit]

Legend
No. Starting number worn by the rider during the Tour
Pos. Position in the general classification
Time Deficit to the winner of the general classification
Yellow jersey Denotes the winner of the general classification
Green jersey Denotes the winner of the points classification
White jersey with red polka dots jersey Denotes the winner of the mountains classification
White jersey Denotes the winner of the young rider classification
Red jersey Denotes the winner of the intermediate sprints classification
Combination jersey Denotes the winner of the combination classification
Team classification Denotes the winner of the team classification
Combativity award Denotes the winner of the combativity award
DNF Denotes a rider who did not finish
NP Denotes a rider who was a non-participant
AB Denotes a rider who abandoned
HD Denotes a rider who was outside the time limit (French: Hors Delai)
Age correct as of 4 July 1986, the date on which the Tour began

By starting number[edit]

No. Name Nationality Team Age Pos. Time Ref
1 Bernard Hinault White jersey with red polka dots jersey Combativity award  France La Vie Claire Team classification 31 2 + 3' 10" [8]
2 Steve Bauer  Canada La Vie Claire Team classification 27 23 + 56' 02" [8]
3 Charly Bérard  France La Vie Claire Team classification 30 44 + 1h 29' 02" [8]
4 Jean-François Bernard  France La Vie Claire Team classification 24 12 + 35' 45" [8]
5 Andrew Hampsten White jersey  United States La Vie Claire Team classification 24 4 + 18' 44" [8]
6 Philippe Leleu  France La Vie Claire Team classification 28 97 + 2h 07' 03" [8]
7 Greg LeMond Yellow jersey Combination jersey  United States La Vie Claire Team classification 25 1 110h 35' 19" [8]
8 Niki Rüttimann   Switzerland La Vie Claire Team classification 23 7 + 30' 52" [8]
9 Alain Vigneron  France La Vie Claire Team classification 31 95 + 2h 05' 08" [8]
10 Guido Winterberg   Switzerland La Vie Claire Team classification 23 127 + 2h 27' 26" [8]
11 Stephen Roche  Ireland Carrera Jeans–Vagabond 26 48 + 1h 32' 30" [8]
12 Guido Bontempi  Italy Carrera Jeans–Vagabond 26 92 + 2h 03' 39" [8]
13 Beat Breu   Switzerland Carrera Jeans–Vagabond 28 74 + 1h 51' 54" [8]
14 Davide Cassani  Italy Carrera Jeans–Vagabond 25 DNF (NP-20) [8]
15 Bruno Leali  Italy Carrera Jeans–Vagabond 28 73 + 1h 51' 49" [8]
16 Erich Maechler   Switzerland Carrera Jeans–Vagabond 25 49 + 1h 32' 45" [8]
17 Jørgen Pedersen  Denmark Carrera Jeans–Vagabond 26 77 + 1h 54' 32" [8]
18 Francesco Rossignoli  Italy Carrera Jeans–Vagabond 23 109 + 2h 13' 56" [8]
19 Eddy Schepers  Belgium Carrera Jeans–Vagabond 30 37 + 1h 18' 20" [8]
20 Urs Zimmermann   Switzerland Carrera Jeans–Vagabond 26 3 + 10' 54" [8]
21 Jörg Müller   Switzerland Kas 25 99 + 2h 07' 46" [8]
22 Patrice Esnault  France Kas 25 DNF (HD-6) [8]
23 Dominique Garde  France Kas 27 45 + 1h 29' 11" [8]
24 Jean-Claude Garde  France Kas 25 57 + 1h 40' 57" [8]
25 Iñaki Gastón  Spain Kas 23 75 + 1h 52' 35" [8]
26 Éric Guyot  France Kas 24 DNF (AB-14) [8]
27 Jean-Claude Leclercq  France Kas 23 56 + 1h 40' 43" [8]
28 Joël Pelier  France Kas 24 DNF (NP-18) [8]
29 Jean-Luc Vandenbroucke  France Kas 31 119 + 2h 17' 58" [8]
30 Frédéric Vichot  France Kas 27 100 + 2h 08' 15" [8]
31 Robert Millar  Great Britain Panasonic–Merckx–Agu 27 DNF (AB-21) [8]
32 Phil Anderson  Australia Panasonic–Merckx–Agu 28 39 + 1h 19' 41" [8]
33 Jos Lammertink  Netherlands Panasonic–Merckx–Agu 28 DNF (AB-4) [8]
34 Henk Lubberding  Netherlands Panasonic–Merckx–Agu 32 DNF (NP-13) [8]
35 Guy Nulens  Belgium Panasonic–Merckx–Agu 28 54 + 1h 39' 08" [8]
36 Eddy Planckaert  Belgium Panasonic–Merckx–Agu 27 DNF (AB-12) [8]
37 Eric Vanderaerden Green jersey  Belgium Panasonic–Merckx–Agu 24 125 + 2h 22' 30" [8]
38 Johan van der Velde  Netherlands Panasonic–Merckx–Agu 29 52 + 1h 37' 55" [8]
39 Eric Van Lancker  Belgium Panasonic–Merckx–Agu 25 89 + 2h 01' 53" [8]
40 Peter Winnen  Netherlands Panasonic–Merckx–Agu 28 DNF (AB-21) [8]
41 Laurent Fignon  France Système U 25 DNF (NP-13) [8]
42 Laurent Biondi  France Système U 26 DNF (AB-16) [8]
43 Alain Bondue  France Système U 27 124 + 2h 22' 03" [8]
44 Éric Boyer  France Système U 22 98 + 2h 07' 27" [8]
45 Dominique Gaigne  France Système U 25 85 + 1h 59' 27" [8]
46 Bernard Gavillet   Switzerland Système U 26 28 + 1h 08' 17" [8]
47 Christophe Lavainne  France Système U 22 88 + 2h 01' 00" [8]
48 Yvon Madiot  France Système U 24 10 + 33' 27" [8]
49 Thierry Marie  France Système U 23 108 + 2h 13' 24" [8]
50 Charly Mottet  France Système U 23 16 + 45' 58" [8]
51 Pedro Delgado  Spain PDM–Concorde 26 DNF (AB-18) [8]
52 Wim Arras  Belgium PDM–Concorde 22 DNF (HD-2) [8]
53 Henk Boeve  Netherlands PDM–Concorde 28 DNF (AB-16) [8]
54 Gerrie Knetemann  Netherlands PDM–Concorde 35 84 + 1h 58' 28" [8]
55 Steven Rooks  Netherlands PDM–Concorde 25 9 + 33' 22" [8]
56 Jan Simoens  Netherlands PDM–Concorde 22 DNF (HD-2) [8]
57 Peter Stevenhaagen  Netherlands PDM–Concorde 21 29 + 1h 10' 40" [8]
58 Marc van Orsouw  Netherlands PDM–Concorde 22 DNF (HD-2) [8]
59 Jan van Wijk  Netherlands PDM–Concorde 24 90 + 2h 02' 35" [8]
60 Gerard Veldscholten  Netherlands PDM–Concorde 26 61 + 1h 42' 57" [8]
61 Luis Herrera  Colombia Café de Colombia–Varta 25 22 + 56' 00" [8]
62 Rafaël Antonio Acevedo  Colombia Café de Colombia–Varta 32 DNF (HD-2) [8]
63 Edgar Corredor  Colombia Café de Colombia–Varta 26 DNF (HD-18) [8]
64 Alfonso Flórez Ortiz  Colombia Café de Colombia–Varta 33 27 + 1h 05' 54" [8]
65 José Patrocinio Jiménez  Colombia Café de Colombia–Varta 33 21 + 55' 42" [8]
66 Marco-Antonio Leon  Colombia Café de Colombia–Varta 23 86 + 2h 00' 49" [8]
67 Jose-Alfonso Lopez Lemus  Colombia Café de Colombia–Varta 34 DNF (HD-2) [8]
68 Fabio Parra  Colombia Café de Colombia–Varta 26 DNF (AB-4) [8]
69 Abelardo Rondón  Colombia Café de Colombia–Varta 22 DNF (HD-2) [8]
70 Pedro Soler  Colombia Café de Colombia–Varta 25 DNF (HD-2) [8]
71 José Luis Laguía  Spain Reynolds 26 121 + 2h 19' 48" [8]
72 Dominique Arnaud  France Reynolds 30 76 + 1h 53' 54" [8]
73 Samuel Cabrera  Colombia Reynolds 25 11 + 35' 28" [8]
74 Marc Gomez  France Reynolds 31 123 + 2h 21' 13" [8]
75 Julián Gorospe  Spain Reynolds 26 79 + 1h 56' 11" [8]
76 Anastasio Greciano  Spain Reynolds 34 DNF (AB-15) [8]
77 Carlos Hernández Bailo  Spain Reynolds 27 53 + 1h 38' 13" [8]
78 Jesús Hernández Úbeda  Spain Reynolds 26 117 + 2h 17' 26" [8]
79 Miguel Indurain  Spain Reynolds 21 DNF (AB-12) [8]
80 Celestino Prieto  Spain Reynolds 25 DNF (NP-15) [8]
81 Pascal Simon  France Peugeot–Shell 29 13 + 37' 44" [8]
82 Frédéric Brun  France Peugeot–Shell 28 107 + 2h 13' 11" [8]
83 Bruno Cornillet  France Peugeot–Shell 23 DNF (HD-18) [8]
84 Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle  France Peugeot–Shell 31 DNF (AB-12) [8]
85 Robert Forest  France Peugeot–Shell 24 35 + 1h 16' 19" [8]
86 Gilbert Glaus   Switzerland Peugeot–Shell 30 DNF (AB-15) [8]
87 Dag Otto Lauritzen  Norway Peugeot–Shell 29 34 + 1h 15' 47" [8]
88 Éric Louvel  France Peugeot–Shell 24 111 + 2h 14' 41" [8]
89 Ronan Pensec  France Peugeot–Shell 22 6 + 25' 59" [8]
90 Sean Yates  Great Britain Peugeot–Shell 26 112 + 2h 15' 20" [8]
91 Joop Zoetemelk  Netherlands Kwantum–Decosol–Yoko 39 24 + 57' 04" [8]
92 Maarten Ducrot  Netherlands Kwantum–Decosol–Yoko 28 81 + 1h 58' 02" [8]
93 Nico Emonds  Belgium Kwantum–Decosol–Yoko 25 70 + 1h 49' 19" [8]
94 Jelle Nijdam  Netherlands Kwantum–Decosol–Yoko 22 DNF (HD-6) [8]
95 Ludo Peeters  Belgium Kwantum–Decosol–Yoko 32 69 + 1h 49' 11" [8]
96 Twan Poels  Netherlands Kwantum–Decosol–Yoko 22 65 + 1h 44' 17" [8]
97 Cees Priem  Netherlands Kwantum–Decosol–Yoko 35 DNF (AB-12) [8]
98 Luc Roosen  Belgium Kwantum–Decosol–Yoko 21 103 + 2h 10' 46" [8]
99 Gerrit Solleveld Red jersey  Netherlands Kwantum–Decosol–Yoko 25 101 + 2h 09' 00" [8]
100 Adri van der Poel  Netherlands Kwantum–Decosol–Yoko 27 110 + 2h 14' 20" [8]
101 Marc Sergeant  Belgium Joker–Emerxil–Merckx 26 DNF (AB-17) [8]
102 Carlo Bomans  Belgium Joker–Emerxil–Merckx 23 DNF (AB-17) [8]
103 Michel Dernies  Belgium Joker–Emerxil–Merckx 25 113 + 2h 15' 29" [8]
104 Paul Haghedooren  Belgium Joker–Emerxil–Merckx 26 67 + 1h 47' 59" [8]
105 Jozef Lieckens  Belgium Joker–Emerxil–Merckx 27 129 + 2h 29' 21" [8]
106 André Lurquin  Belgium Joker–Emerxil–Merckx 24 DNF (HD-2) [8]
107 Eric McKenzie  New Zealand Joker–Emerxil–Merckx 27 DNF (AB-18) [8]
108 Jan Nevens  Belgium Joker–Emerxil–Merckx 27 51 + 1h 37' 15" [8]
109 Wim Van Eynde  Belgium Joker–Emerxil–Merckx 25 102 + 2h 10' 46" [8]
110 Ronny Van Holen  Belgium Joker–Emerxil–Merckx 27 DNF (AB-16) [8]
111 Claude Criquielion  Belgium Hitachi–Robland 29 5 + 24' 36" [8]
112 Philippe Delaurier  France Hitachi–Robland 25 DNF (HD-13) [8]
113 Hendrik Devos  Belgium Hitachi–Robland 30 43 + 1h 24' 43" [8]
114 Dirk De Wolf  Belgium Hitachi–Robland 25 64 + 1h 44' 17" [8]
115 Rudy Dhaenens  Belgium Hitachi–Robland 25 122 + 2h 19' 58" [8]
116 Jos Haex  Belgium Hitachi–Robland 26 78 + 1h 54' 38" [8]
117 Stefan Morjean  Belgium Hitachi–Robland 26 DNF (HD-16) [8]
118 Rudy Rogiers  Belgium Hitachi–Robland 25 104 + 2h 11' 09" [8]
119 Jean-Philippe Vandenbrande  Belgium Hitachi–Robland 30 58 + 1h 41' 23" [8]
120 Jan Wijnants  Belgium Hitachi–Robland 27 105 + 2h 11' 14" [8]
121 Álvaro Pino  Spain Zor–BH 29 8 + 33' 00" [8]
122 Francisco Antequera  Spain Zor–BH 22 94 + 2h 05' 08" [8]
123 Philippe Bouvatier  France Zor–BH 22 DNF (AB-15) [8]
124 Ángel Camarillo Llorens  Spain Zor–BH 27 DNF (HD-18) [8]
125 Juan Fernández Martín  Spain Zor–BH 29 DNF (AB-17) [8]
126 Anselmo Fuerte  Spain Zor–BH 24 31 + 1h 12' 13" [8]
127 Francisco Rodríguez Maldonado  Colombia Zor–BH 26 DNF (HD-3) [8]
128 Jesús Rodríguez Magro  Spain Zor–BH 26 40 + 1h 20' 09" [8]
129 Juan-Carlos Rozas Salgado  Spain Zor–BH 23 59 + 1h 41' 51" [8]
130 Guido Van Calster  Belgium Zor–BH 30 72 + 1h 50' 42" [8]
131 Éric Caritoux  France Fagor 25 20 + 52' 39" [8]
132 Jean-Claude Bagot  France Fagor 28 19 + 51' 38" [8]
133 Jean-René Bernaudeau  France Fagor 29 26 + 1h 03' 56" [8]
134 Argemiro Bohórquez  Colombia Fagor 26 DNF (AB-17) [8]
135 Martin Earley  Ireland Fagor 24 46 + 1h 30' 30" [8]
136 Frank Hoste  Belgium Fagor 30 116 + 2h 17' 06" [8]
137 François Lemarchand  France Fagor 25 68 + 1h 49' 05" [8]
138 Pedro Muñoz Machín Rodríguez  Spain Fagor 27 DNF (AB-5) [8]
139 Martín Ramírez  Colombia Fagor 25 42 + 1h 22' 26" [8]
140 Pol Verschuere  Belgium Fagor 31 DNF (AB-14) [8]
141 Thierry Claveyrolat  France RMO–Cycles Méral–Mavic 27 17 + 46' 00" [8]
142 Vincent Barteau  France RMO–Cycles Méral–Mavic 24 DNF (HD-2) [8]
143 Francis Castaing  France RMO–Cycles Méral–Mavic 27 130 + 2h 41' 56" [8]
144 André Chappuis  France RMO–Cycles Méral–Mavic 30 118 + 2h 17' 36" [8]
145 Jean-Louis Gauthier  France RMO–Cycles Méral–Mavic 30 DNF (AB-12) [8]
146 Bruno Huger  France RMO–Cycles Méral–Mavic 23 DNF (AB-12) [8]
147 Paul Kimmage  Ireland RMO–Cycles Méral–Mavic 24 131 + 2h 44' 06" [8]
148 Gilles Mas  France RMO–Cycles Méral–Mavic 25 47 + 1h 31' 56" [8]
149 Régis Simon  France RMO–Cycles Méral–Mavic 28 93 + 2h 05' 06" [8]
150 Bernard Vallet  France RMO–Cycles Méral–Mavic 32 62 + 1h 43' 12" [8]
151 Omar Hernández  Colombia Postobón–Manzana–Ryalcao 24 DNF (AB-12) [8]
152 Raul Acosta Arias  Colombia Postobón–Manzana–Ryalcao 24 DNF (HD-2) [8]
153 Israel Corredor  Colombia Postobón–Manzana–Ryalcao 26 106 + 2h 12' 04" [8]
154 Carlos Jaramillo  Colombia Postobón–Manzana–Ryalcao 25 55 + 1h 39' 48" [8]
155 Sergio Jaramillo  Colombia Postobón–Manzana–Ryalcao 28 DNF (HD-2) [8]
156 Antonio Londoño  Colombia Postobón–Manzana–Ryalcao 31 DNF (AB-12) [8]
157 Gerardo Moncada  Colombia Postobón–Manzana–Ryalcao 23 DNF (AB-12) [8][9][10]
158 Reynel Montoya  Colombia Postobón–Manzana–Ryalcao 26 15 + 45' 36" [8]
159 Néstor Mora  Colombia Postobón–Manzana–Ryalcao 22 83 + 1h 58' 26" [8]
160 Heriberto Uran  Colombia Postobón–Manzana–Ryalcao 31 50 + 1h 36' 35" [8]
161 Marino Lejarreta  Spain Seat–Orbea 29 18 + 49' 09" [8]
162 Antonio Esparza  Spain Seat–Orbea 24 126 + 2h 22' 45" [8]
163 Mathieu Hermans  Netherlands Seat–Orbea 23 DNF (AB-17) [8]
164 Pascal Jules  France Seat–Orbea 24 DNF (HD-2) [8]
165 Jokin Mújika  Spain Seat–Orbea 23 30 + 1h 11' 01" [8]
166 Erwin Nijboer  Netherlands Seat–Orbea 22 DNF (AB-18) [8]
167 Vicente Ridaura  Spain Seat–Orbea 22 87 + 2h 00' 59" [8]
168 Pello Ruiz Cabestany  Spain Seat–Orbea 24 36 + 1h 16' 22" [8]
169 José Salvador Sanchis  Spain Seat–Orbea 23 DNF (HD-18) [8]
170 Jaime Vilamajó  Spain Seat–Orbea 26 115 + 2h 16' 41" [8]
171 Silvano Contini  Italy Gis Gelati 28 41 + 1h 22' 18" [8]
172 Marco Giovannetti  Italy Gis Gelati 24 DNF (AB-12) [8]
173 Walter Magnago  Italy Gis Gelati 25 DNF (AB-12) [8]
174 Palmiro Masciarelli  Italy Gis Gelati 33 DNF (AB-16) [8]
175 Giuseppe Petito  Italy Gis Gelati 26 DNF (AB-13) [8]
176 Marino Polini  Italy Gis Gelati 27 DNF (AB-17) [8]
177 Alessandro Pozzi  Italy Gis Gelati 31 91 + 2h 03' 39" [8]
178 Ennio Salvador  Italy Gis Gelati 25 132 + 2h 55' 51" [8]
179 Graziano Salvietti  Italy Gis Gelati 30 DNF (AB-13) [8]
180 Ennio Vanotti  Italy Gis Gelati 30 66 + 1h 45' 20" [8]
181 Reimund Dietzen  Germany Teka 27 DNF (AB-13) [8]
182 José Antonio Agudelo Gómez  Colombia Teka 26 33 + 1h 15' 13" [8]
183 Enrique Alberto Aja Cagigas  Spain Teka 26 60 + 1h 42' 32" [8]
184 Guillermo Arenas  Spain Teka 23 DNF (AB-13) [8]
185 Jesús Blanco Villar  Spain Teka 23 25 + 1h 03' 16" [8]
186 Manuel Cárdenas Espitia  Colombia Teka 25 71 + 1h 50' 11" [8]
187 Eduardo Chozas  Spain Teka 25 14 + 38' 48" [8]
188 Federico Echave  Spain Teka 25 38 + 1h 18' 53" [8]
189 Alfonso Gutiérrez  Spain Teka 24 DNF (AB-13) [8]
190 Angel Sarrapio  Spain Teka 27 DNF (AB-13) [8]
191 Mario Beccia  Italy Malvor–Bottecchia–Sidi 30 DNF (AB-12) [8]
192 Stefano Allocchio  Italy Malvor–Bottecchia–Sidi 24 DNF (AB-13) [8]
193 Pierangelo Bincoletto  Italy Malvor–Bottecchia–Sidi 27 128 + 2h 27' 28" [8]
194 Primož Čerin  Yugoslavia Malvor–Bottecchia–Sidi 24 32 + 1h 14' 40" [8]
195 Acácio da Silva  Portugal Malvor–Bottecchia–Sidi 25 82 + 1h 58' 05" [8]
196 Robert Dill-Bundi   Switzerland Malvor–Bottecchia–Sidi 27 DNF (AB-12) [8]
197 Renan Ferraro  Brazil Malvor–Bottecchia–Sidi 24 DNF (HD-6) [8]
198 Luigi Furlan  Italy Malvor–Bottecchia–Sidi 23 DNF (AB-17) [8]
199 Roberto Pagnin  Italy Malvor–Bottecchia–Sidi 23 DNF (AB-12) [8]
200 Renato Piccolo  Italy Malvor–Bottecchia–Sidi 23 DNF (AB-12) [8]
201 Alexi Grewal  United States 7-Eleven 25 DNF (AB-17) [8]
202 Raúl Alcalá  Mexico 7-Eleven 22 114 + 2h 15' 53" [8]
203 Chris Carmichael  United States 7-Eleven 24 DNF (AB-12) [8]
204 Eric Heiden  United States 7-Eleven 28 DNF (AB-18) [8]
205 Ron Kiefel  United States 7-Eleven 26 96 + 2h 06' 38" [8]
206 Davis Phinney  United States 7-Eleven 26 DNF (AB-15) [8]
207 Jeff Pierce  United States 7-Eleven 27 80 + 1h 56' 57" [8]
208 Bob Roll  United States 7-Eleven 25 63 + 1h 43' 26" [8]
209 Doug Shapiro  United States 7-Eleven 26 DNF (AB-12) [8]
210 Alex Stieda  Canada 7-Eleven 25 120 + 2h 19' 47" [8]

By team[edit]

La Vie Claire
No. Rider Pos.
1  Bernard Hinault (FRA) White jersey with red polka dots jersey Combativity award 2
2  Steve Bauer (CAN) 23
3  Charly Bérard (FRA) 44
4  Jean-François Bernard (FRA) 12
5  Andrew Hampsten (USA) White jersey 4
6  Philippe Leleu (FRA) 97
7  Greg LeMond (USA) Yellow jersey Combination jersey 1
8  Niki Rüttimann (SUI) 7
9  Alain Vigneron (FRA) 95
10  Guido Winterberg (SUI) 127
Directeur sportif: Paul Köchli (fr)[11]
Carrera Jeans–Vagabond
No. Rider Pos.
11  Stephen Roche (IRL) 48
12  Guido Bontempi (ITA) 92
13  Beat Breu (SUI) 74
14  Davide Cassani (ITA) NP-20
15  Bruno Leali (ITA) 73
16  Erich Maechler (SUI) 49
17  Jørgen Pedersen (DEN) 77
18  Francesco Rossignoli (ITA) 109
19  Eddy Schepers (BEL) 37
20  Urs Zimmermann (SUI) 3
Directeur sportif: Davide Boifava
Kas
No. Rider Pos.
21  Jörg Müller (SUI) 99
22  Patrice Esnault (FRA) HD-6
23  Dominique Garde (FRA) 45
24  Jean-Claude Garde (FRA) 57
25  Iñaki Gastón (ESP) 75
26  Éric Guyot (FRA) AB-14
27  Jean-Claude Leclercq (FRA) 56
28  Joël Pelier (FRA) NP-18
29  Jean-Luc Vandenbroucke (FRA) 119
30  Frédéric Vichot (FRA) 100
Directeur sportif: Jean de Gribaldy[12]
Panasonic–Merckx–Agu
No. Rider Pos.
31  Robert Millar (GBR) AB-21
32  Phil Anderson (AUS) 39
33  Jos Lammertink (NED) AB-4
34  Henk Lubberding (NED) NP-13
35  Guy Nulens (BEL) 54
36  Eddy Planckaert (BEL) AB-12
37  Eric Vanderaerden (BEL) Green jersey 125
38  Johan van der Velde (NED) 52
39  Eric Van Lancker (BEL) 89
40  Peter Winnen (NED) AB-21
Directeur sportif: Peter Post
Système U
No. Rider Pos.
41  Laurent Fignon (FRA) NP-13
42  Laurent Biondi (FRA) AB-16
43  Alain Bondue (FRA) 124
44  Éric Boyer (FRA) 98
45  Dominique Gaigne (FRA) 85
46  Bernard Gavillet (SUI) 28
47  Christophe Lavainne (FRA) 88
48  Yvon Madiot (FRA) 10
49  Thierry Marie (FRA) 108
50  Charly Mottet (FRA) 16
Directeur sportif: Cyrille Guimard
PDM–Concorde
No. Rider Pos.
51  Pedro Delgado (ESP) AB-18
52  Wim Arras (BEL) HD-2
53  Henk Boeve (NED) AB-16
54  Gerrie Knetemann (NED) 84
55  Steven Rooks (NED) 9
56  Jan Simoens (NED) HD-2
57  Peter Stevenhaagen (NED) 29
58  Marc van Orsouw (NED) HD-2
59  Jan van Wijk (NED) 90
60  Gerard Veldscholten (NED) 61
Directeur sportif: Jan Gijsbers
Café de Colombia–Varta
No. Rider Pos.
61  Luis Herrera (COL) 22
62  Rafaël Antonio Acevedo (COL) HD-2
63  Edgar Corredor (COL) HD-18
64  Alfonso Flórez Ortiz (COL) 27
65  José Patrocinio Jiménez (COL) 21
66  Marco-Antonio Leon (COL) 86
67  Jose-Alfonso Lopez Lemus (COL) HD-2
68  Fabio Parra (COL) AB-4
69  Abelardo Rondón (COL) HD-2
70  Pedro Soler (COL) HD-2
Directeur sportif: Raphaël Géminiani
Reynolds
No. Rider Pos.
71  José Luis Laguía (ESP) 121
72  Dominique Arnaud (FRA) 76
73  Samuel Cabrera (COL) 11
74  Marc Gomez (FRA) 123
75  Julián Gorospe (ESP) 79
76  Anastasio Greciano (ESP) AB-15
77  Carlos Hernández Bailo (ESP) 53
78  Jesús Hernández Úbeda (ESP) 117
79  Miguel Indurain (ESP) AB-12
80  Celestino Prieto (ESP) NP-15
Directeur sportif: José Miguel Echavarri (es)
Peugeot–Shell
No. Rider Pos.
81  Pascal Simon (FRA) 13
82  Frédéric Brun (FRA) 107
83  Bruno Cornillet (FRA) HD-18
84  Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle (FRA) AB-12
85  Robert Forest (FRA) 35
86  Gilbert Glaus (SUI) AB-15
87  Dag Otto Lauritzen (NOR) 34
88  Éric Louvel (FRA) 111
89  Ronan Pensec (FRA) 6
90  Sean Yates (GBR) 112
Directeur sportif: Roger Legeay
Kwantum–Decosol–Yoko
No. Rider Pos.
91  Joop Zoetemelk (NED) 24
92  Maarten Ducrot (NED) 81
93  Nico Emonds (BEL) 70
94  Jelle Nijdam (NED) HD-6
95  Ludo Peeters (BEL) 69
96  Twan Poels (NED) 65
97  Cees Priem (NED) AB-12
98  Luc Roosen (BEL) 103
99  Gerrit Solleveld (NED) Red jersey 101
100  Adri van der Poel (NED) 110
Directeur sportif: Jan Raas
Joker–Emerxil–Merckx
No. Rider Pos.
101  Marc Sergeant (BEL) AB-17
102  Carlo Bomans (BEL) AB-17
103  Michel Dernies (BEL) 113
104  Paul Haghedooren (BEL) 67
105  Jozef Lieckens (BEL) 129
106  André Lurquin (BEL) HD-2
107  Eric McKenzie (NZL) AB-18
108  Jan Nevens (BEL) 51
109  Wim Van Eynde (BEL) 102
110  Ronny Van Holen (BEL) AB-16
Directeur sportif: Patrick Lefevere
Hitachi–Robland
No. Rider Pos.
111  Claude Criquielion (BEL) 5
112  Philippe Delaurier (FRA) HD-13
113  Hendrik Devos (BEL) 43
114  Dirk De Wolf (BEL) 64
115  Rudy Dhaenens (BEL) 122
116  Jos Haex (BEL) 78
117  Stefan Morjean (BEL) HD-16
118  Rudy Rogiers (BEL) 104
119  Jean-Philippe Vandenbrande (BEL) 58
120  Jan Wijnants (BEL) 105
Directeur sportif: Albert De Kimpe
Zor–BH
No. Rider Pos.
121  Álvaro Pino (ESP) 8
122  Francisco Antequera (ESP) 94
123  Philippe Bouvatier (FRA) AB-15
124  Ángel Camarillo Llorens (ESP) HD-18
125  Juan Fernández Martín (ESP) AB-17
126  Anselmo Fuerte (ESP) 31
127  Francisco Rodríguez Maldonado (COL) HD-3
128  Jesús Rodríguez Magro (ESP) 40
129  Juan-Carlos Rozas Salgado (ESP) 59
130  Guido Van Calster (BEL) 72
Directeur sportif: Javier Mínguez (es)
Fagor
No. Rider Pos.
131  Éric Caritoux (FRA) 20
132  Jean-Claude Bagot (FRA) 19
133  Jean-René Bernaudeau (FRA) 26
134  Argemiro Bohórquez (COL) AB-17
135  Martin Earley (IRL) 46
136  Frank Hoste (BEL) 116
137  François Lemarchand (FRA) 68
138  Pedro Muñoz Machín Rodríguez (ESP) AB-5
139  Martín Ramírez (COL) 42
140  Pol Verschuere (BEL) AB-14
Directeur sportif: Miguel Gómez
RMO–Cycles Méral–Mavic
No. Rider Pos.
141  Thierry Claveyrolat (FRA) 17
142  Vincent Barteau (FRA) HD-2
143  Francis Castaing (FRA) 130
144  André Chappuis (FRA) 118
145  Jean-Louis Gauthier (FRA) AB-12
146  Bruno Huger (FRA) AB-12
147  Paul Kimmage (IRL) 131
148  Gilles Mas (FRA) 47
149  Régis Simon (FRA) 93
150  Bernard Vallet (FRA) 62
Directeur sportif: Bernard Thévenet
Postobón–Manzana–Ryalcao
No. Rider Pos.
151  Omar Hernández (COL) AB-12
152  Raul Acosta Arias (COL) HD-2
153  Israel Corredor (COL) 106
154  Carlos Jaramillo (COL) 55
155  Sergio Jaramillo (COL) HD-2
156  Antonio Londoño (COL) AB-12
157  Gerardo Moncada (COL) AB-12
158  Reynel Montoya (COL) 15
159  Néstor Mora (COL) 83
160  Heriberto Uran (COL) 50
Directeur sportif: José Raúl Meza Orozco
Seat–Orbea
No. Rider Pos.
161  Marino Lejarreta (ESP) 18
162  Antonio Esparza (ESP) 126
163  Mathieu Hermans (NED) AB-17
164  Pascal Jules (FRA) HD-2
165  Jokin Mújika (ESP) 30
166  Erwin Nijboer (NED) AB-18
167  Vicente Ridaura (ESP) 87
168  Pello Ruiz Cabestany (ESP) 36
169  José Salvador Sanchis (ESP) HD-18
170  Jaime Vilamajó (ESP) 115
Directeur sportif: Domingo Perurena
Gis Gelati
No. Rider Pos.
171  Silvano Contini (ITA) 41
172  Marco Giovannetti (ITA) AB-12
173  Walter Magnago (ITA) AB-12
174  Palmiro Masciarelli (ITA) AB-16
175  Giuseppe Petito (ITA) AB-13
176  Marino Polini (ITA) AB-17
177  Alessandro Pozzi (ITA) 91
178  Ennio Salvador (ITA) 132
179  Graziano Salvietti (ITA) AB-13
180  Ennio Vanotti (ITA) 66
Directeur sportif: Luciano Pezzi
Teka
No. Rider Pos.
181  Reimund Dietzen (GER) AB-13
182  José Antonio Agudelo Gómez (COL) 33
183  Enrique Alberto Aja Cagigas (ESP) 60
184  Guillermo Arenas (ESP) AB-13
185  Jesús Blanco Villar (ESP) 25
186  Manuel Cárdenas Espitia (COL) 71
187  Eduardo Chozas (ESP) 14
188  Federico Echave (ESP) 38
189  Alfonso Gutiérrez (ESP) AB-13
190  Angel Sarrapio (ESP) AB-13
Directeur sportif: José António González Linares
Malvor–Bottecchia–Sidi
No. Rider Pos.
191  Mario Beccia (ITA) AB-12
192  Stefano Allocchio (ITA) AB-13
193  Pierangelo Bincoletto (ITA) 128
194  Primož Čerin (YUG) 32
195  Acácio da Silva (POR) 82
196  Robert Dill-Bundi (SUI) AB-12
197  Renan Ferraro (BRA) HD-6
198  Luigi Furlan (ITA) AB-17
199  Roberto Pagnin (ITA) AB-12
200  Renato Piccolo (ITA) AB-12
Directeur sportif: Dino Zandegù
7-Eleven
No. Rider Pos.
201  Alexi Grewal (USA) AB-17
202  Raúl Alcalá (MEX) 114
203  Chris Carmichael (USA) AB-12
204  Eric Heiden (USA) AB-18
205  Ron Kiefel (USA) 96
206  Davis Phinney (USA) AB-15
207  Jeff Pierce (USA) 80
208  Bob Roll (USA) 63
209  Doug Shapiro (USA) AB-12
210  Alex Stieda (CAN) 120
Directeur sportif: Jim Ochowicz

By nationality[edit]

The 210 riders that competed in the 1986 Tour de France were represented by 20 different countries.

Country No. of riders Finishers Stage wins
 Australia 1 1
 Belgium 30 22 5 (Pol Verschuere, Ludo Peeters, Eddy Planckaert, Rudy Dhaenens, Frank Hoste)
 Brazil 1 0
 Canada 2 2
 Colombia 26 13
 Denmark 1 1
 France 47 34 5 (Thierry Marie, Bernard Hinault ×3, Jean-François Bernard)
 Germany 1 0
 Great Britain 2 1
 Ireland 3 3
 Italy 21 8 3 (Guido Bontempi ×3)
 Mexico 1 1
 Netherlands 21 11 1 (Johan van der Velde)
 New Zealand 1 0
 Norway 1 1
 Portugal 1 1
 Spain 30 20 5 (Pello Ruiz Cabestany, Jose-Angel Sarrapio, Pedro Delgado, Eduardo Chozas, Julián Gorospe)
  Switzerland 9 7 2 (Niki Rüttimann, Erich Maechler)
 United States 10 5 2 (Davis Phinney, Greg LeMond)
 Yugoslavia 1 1
Total 210 132 23[nb 1]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The team time trial on stage 2, won by Système U, is not counted in this total.

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