Stéphane Guay 🇫🇷 1985 used national jersey for the World Amateur Road Cycling Championships
Stephanne Guay used this French National team jersey at the World Amateur Road Cycling Championships in Italy at Giavera del Montello in 1985.
Stéphane Guay, born on April 30, 1961 in Le Mans, is a French cyclist, professional between 1986 and 1990.
With more than 150 victories in the amateur category, he became an important member of the French amateur team. He was selected for the Coors Classique where he rubbed shoulders with riders such as Hinault, Lemond and Phinney. He will also distinguish himself in the professionals with this amateur status in the French team at the Tour du Limousin, the Circuit de la Sarthe. First professional contract in 1986, he will spend 2 years in the Spanish team of José Miguel Echavarri where he will be teammate of Miguel Indurain, Ángel Arroyo and the Gorospe brothers among others. He distinguished himself in his first professional race by winning the first stage of the Ruta del Sol in Gibraltar ahead of Joho and Sean Kelly. In 1988, he joined the French team Toshiba chaired by Bernard Tapie, where he met the Madiot brothers and Bjarne Riis.
Color: Beautiful national team jersey coloured and styled to reflect the country’s flag.
Condition: In perfect condition
• Manufactured from an 70/30 wool acrylic mix with flocked Le Coq Sportif logo on the chest
• Three back pockets at the rear
• Logo Le Coq Sportif on the chest
• Short sleeves jersey
• Long length zip at the collar 12cm
• Made in France by BOVIS
Armpit to armpit: 46cm
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