Ferdinand “Ferdi” Kübler, 97, won the 1950 Tour de France.
His victory was followed by the World Championship title the following year. A fast finish helped him rack up over 400 career wins, making him a national hero in his native Switzerland.
This is a true story, published in issue 29 of Rouleur. Platzregen is the German for “downpour.” See more of Marc Locatelli’s work here.