A spectator uses a hosepipe to cool off the French cyclist Jean-Pierre Genet during the eleventh stage of the Tour de France, between Bayonne and Pau, on July 9, 1968. It was the last year that national teams competed, and not the trade teams that exist today. Cycling Jersey, The New Yorker, France Turning, French Tours De France, 120702 Tourdefr 14 P340 Jpg, Cycling Photography, Photo Booths, Jeans Pierre Genetics, Cycling Pictures
"People watch the Tour pass by during the 1958 edition." I wonder what it must've been like to be watching that scene from a window.