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1970s racing cyclists, arenberg forest
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World champion seven times between 1966 and 1973, Eric de Vlaeminck holds the record for cyclo-cross world titles. It is unlikely to ever be broken

1970s racing cyclists, wet and muddy

Eric works for his brother Roger in the filthy wet 1970 edition of Paris-Roubaix. Roger finishes second, while Eddy Merckx wins by more than five minutes - the biggest winning margin since World War Two

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De Vlaeminck takes his 1968 Tour de France win, stage two at Forest

racing cyclists, in the snow, paris-roubaix

Right at home in another foul weather edition of Paris-Roubaix, 1972. His brother won this time, the first of his four Hell of the North victories

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Two classy riders in one classy kit: Eric and Roger both rode for Flandria

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An accomplished road rider alongside his all-conquering 'cross career, De Vlaeminck won the 1969 Tour of Belgium and finished second at Flèche Wallonne the same year



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