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Pictures with caricatures of cyclists known at the time. "It contains fifty caricatures and that was almost the entire professional peloton from 1950, supplemented by a few promising amateurs from that time. The great thing is that none of the caricatures look real, except for Gerrit Schulte (image) and Arie van Vliet, but that had such characteristic headlines that even a child could copy them. It shouldn't spoil the fun, because the booklet with the summary text gives a beautiful picture of the time. Whoever wrote the text is not mentioned, but most likely it was not a cyclist. Rotterdammer because of the great attention that Wim de Ruyter receives, who was the only Dutchman to leave the Tour de France in 1950 and was overtaken in Rotterdam as if he had won the Tour. The pictures are drawn by Octave. The book is pleasant to read, because of the many memories it evokes of a time when the cyclist was virtually unspoken, but at the same time also someone who picked himself up for a few d cycled. " (Fred van Slogteren).
This text has been translated automatically from Dutch