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Liège-Bastogne-Liège’86 Photograph and Video Gallery!


PeloPics: The rolling hills of the Belgian Ardennes took on further toughness throughout the 72nd version of Liege-Bastogne-Liege when wind, chilly temperatures, and heavy rain fell on the peloton. The 1986 Liège-Bastogne-Liège was a chilly laborious battle that noticed Moreno Argentin take the second of his 4 wins in ‘La Doyenne’ which included a three-in-a-row ’85, ’86 and ’87. On that chilly Belgian Sunday, Dag Erik Pedersen, Adrie van der Poel, Moreno Argentin and Claude Criquielion got here to the end collectively to combat out the dash.

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Moreno Argentin was one of many classiest riders of the 80’s and a giant winner

 

After a 5 rider breakaway was caught simply earlier than the steep Mont Theux the race turned animated. A brand new 4 rider group containing Flanders winner Adri Van Der Poel fashioned and opened a 30 second hole. Van der Poel had began the ball rolling by attacking on La Redoute. Argentin and Criquielion felt robust sufficient to chase the Dutchman down whereas Hinault, Lemond et al simply sat taking a look at one another. Defending champion Argentin and Criquielion beat the chilly temperatures and joined the solo Van Der Poel within the breakaway. Then Norwegian Pedersen crossed to the group and the ultimate choice of the race was made.

Argentin coated quite a few Criquielion assaults on the ultimate 20 kilometres into Liège, however on the 1 kilometre to go marker the Belgian escaped. Argentin patiently waited whereas former teammate Pedersen closed the hole on Criquielion. Moreno Argentin, completely positioned, leap previous Van Der Poel and simply took his second consecutive L-B-L victory.

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - Laurent FIGNON  pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Laurent Fignon wasn’t too eager on the press, however he knew how one can win a race. The Frenchman didn’t end Liège ’86

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport -  Rolf GOLZ pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
German, Rolf Gölz was eleventh in ’86, however he had an excellent palmarès: Tour du Haut-Var, Tour of Eire, Vuelta a Asturias, Flèche Wallonne, Tour de France phases, Paris–Brussels, Vuelta a Andalucia, Milano–Torino, Giro del Piemonte, Milano–Torino and the Trofeo Baracchi with Tom Cordes

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - Bernard HINAULT   pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Bernard Hinault, what are you able to say, he gained nearly all the pieces in his time together with Liège in ’77 and ’80, however 1986 was his final 12 months as a professional and he didn’t end Liège

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - Guiseppe SARONNI pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Double Giro winner together with World and Nationwide Highway Race Championships, Milan–San Remo, Flèche Wallonne, Giro di Lombardia – Guiseppe Saronni was one other DNF in 1986

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport -   Dietrich »Didi» THURAU  pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Didi Thurau rode for twelve groups in his 16 12 months skilled profession, in 1986 it was Supermercati Brianzoli – The trendy German in all probability didn’t stay as much as his early promise, however he did win in Liège in 1979

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - Charly MOTTET pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Charly Mottet was an entire rider, however perhaps was missing one thing and didn’t obtain as a lot as he ought to have

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport -   Kim ERIKSEN - Ricardo MAGRINI  pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
A chilly, moist day in Belgium – Kim Eriksen doesn’t look too pleased and no gloves for Ricardo Magrini

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - Joel PELIER  pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Sean Kelly’s KAS teammate Joel Pelier had his break day the entrance

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - Franky VAN OYEN - Marc SERGEANT  pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
The Lotto crew had an excellent day with Marc Sergeant ending sixth – Sergeant is now crew boss at Lotto Soudal

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport -   Sean KELLY pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Arduous-man Sean Kelly was nicely wrapped up initially

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport -  HINAULT (Frankreich  pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Hinault might need been in his final season, however he may nonetheless make the others undergo

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport -  Links Joop ZOETEMELK -Acacio DA SILVA pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
World champion Joop Zoetemelk appeared as if he wasn’t having a lot enjoyable

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - Steve BAUER  pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Canada’s Steven Bauer additionally didn’t end

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport -  illustration - scenery - carte postal scenic shot - postcard sfeerfoto - sfeer - illustratie climb La Redoute pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
A day of struggling

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - Greg LEMOND pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
14th place for Greg Lemond in Liège, however he did win his first Tour de France in 1986

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - Frederic BRUN - Kim ANDERSEN and Pascal SIMON  pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Frederic Brun (DNF), Kim Andersen (thirty seventh) and Pascual Simon (twenty ninth)

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport -  illustration - scenery - carte postal scenic shot - postcard sfeerfoto - sfeer - illustratie climb La Redoute pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Not a lot enjoyable in the back of the peloton

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport -  Sean KELLY pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Kelly prepared for motion, however he missed the necessary transfer

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - Sean KELLY  pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
The Irishman completed at 1:13 in twelfth place

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - Joop ZOETEMELK   pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Joop Zoetemelk will need to have warmed up throughout the race to complete in seventeenth place in the identical group as Sean Kelly

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport -  Serge DEMIERRE pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Serge Demierre – Swiss street champion and Tour de France stage winner and the Tour Combativity award. He additionally gained the 2-up time trial; Trofeo Baracchi with Daniel Gisiger

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - Adri VAN DER POEL   pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Adrie Van der Poel (father of Mathieu) was trying to emulate his Tour of Flanders win earlier in 1986, however he needed to wait till 1988 for the Liège win. The Dutchman additionally gained the Amstel Gold Race (1990), Brabantse Pijl (1985), Clásica de San Sebastián (1985), Paris–Brussels (1985), Paris–Excursions (1987), Scheldeprijs (1985), Züri-Metzgete (1982) and the Nationwide Highway Race Championship (1987)

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - Moreno ARGENTIN   pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Moreno Argentin and Claude Criquielion knew to not let Van der Poel get too far forward

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport -   Erik PEDERSEN pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Dag-Erik Pedersen made it to the break and took a superb third place

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport -  Moreno ARGENTIN - Adri VAN DER POEL and Claude CRIQUIELION pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Moreno Argentin was too good for the others within the dash

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - Moreno ARGENTIN  pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
It was a chilly Argentin who needed to put on a jacket on the rostrum

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - Steven ROOKS  pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
fifth positioned Steven Rooks had a tough trip to complete solely 20 seconds behind Argentin

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport - Greg LEMOND   pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
Greg Lemond’s face says all of it

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport -  Claude CRIQUIELION  - Adri VAN DER POEL (and Sieger Moreno ARGENTIN  pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
TV interviews are a bit extra skilled nowadays

 

Liege - Belgium - wielrennen - cycling - cyclisme - radsport -  Moreno ARGENTIN  pictured during Luik - Bastenaken 1986 - Luik - photo Cor Vos © 2018
1986 Liège-Bastogne-Liege winner Moreno Argentin tells it like it’s for Italian TV

 

219 starters, 54 categorized finishers – 252 km at 37.66 kph common pace.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GXs1xTahAA1986 Liège-Bastogne-Liège finalé

 

Liège-Bastogne-Liège 1986 Consequence:
1. Moreno Argentin (Ita) Sammontana-Bianchi in 6:41:21
2. Andrie Van der Poel (Ned) Kwantum Hallen-Decosol-Yoko
3. Dag-Erik Pedersen (Nor) Ariostea
4. Claude Criquielion (Bel) Hitachi-Marc-Splendor
5. Steven Rooks (Ned) PDM at 0:20
6. Marc Sergeant (Bel) Lotto
7. Jean-Philippe Vandenbrande (Bel) Hitachi-Marc-Splendor at 0:44
8. Roberto Pagnin (Ita) Malvor-Bottecchia
9. Hubert Seiz (Swi) Supermercati Brianzoli 0:55
10. Heinz Imboden (Swi) Cilo-Aufina at 1:00
11. Rolf Gölz (Ger) Del Tongo at 1:05
12. Sean Kelly (Irl) KAS at 1:13
13. Patrick Versluys (Bel) Fangio-Lois-Mavic
14. Greg Lemond (USA) La Vie Claire
15. Yvon Madiot (Fra) Système U
16. Régis Clère (Fra) Miko-Carlos-Tonissteiner
17. Joop Zoetemelk (Ned) Kwantum Hallen-Decosol-Yoko
18. Acacio Da Silva (Por) KAS
19. Jan Nevens (Bel) Lotto
20. Peter Harings (Ned) Lotto
21. Silvano Contini (Ita) Gis Gelati
22. Etienne de Wilde (Bel) Hitachi-Marc-Splendor
23. Eddy Schepers (Bel) Carrera
24. Tony Rominger (Swi) Cilo-Aufina
25. Rudy Pevenage (Bel) Del Tongo
26. Alfio Vandi (Ita) Ariostea
27. Theo de Rooy (Ned) Panasonic
28. Luc Wallays (Bel) Fangio
29. Pascal Simon (Fra) Peugeot-Shell
30. Jean-Claude Bagot (Fra) Fagor
31. Robert Millar (GB) Panasonic
32. Gert-Jan Theunisse (Ned) Panasonic
33. Stefan Mutter (Swi) PDM at 6:10
34. Marco Vitali (Ita) Cilo-Aufina at 6:50
35. Maarten Ducrot (Ned) Kwantum Halle-Decosol-Yoko at 10:32
36. Johnny Broers (Ned) Skala-Skil
37. Kim Andersen (Den) La Vie Claire
38. Bruno Huger (Fra) RMO
39. Marco Giovannetti (Ita) Gis Gilati
40. Eric Caritoux (Fra) Fagor
41. Nico Emonds (Bel) Kwantum Hallen-Decosol-Yoko
42. Patrick Verschueren (Bel) Roland-Van De Ven
43. Brian Holm (Den) Roland-Van De Ven at 15:00
44. Michel Dernies (Bel) Lotto at 15:25
45. Raoul Bruyndonckx (Bel) Roland-Van De Ven
46. Peter Hoondert (Ned) PDM at 18:10
47. Rene Beuker (Ned) PDM
48. Franck Pineau (Fra) Reynolds
49. Sergio Santimaria (Ita) Ariostea
50. Paul Kimmage (Irl) RMO
51. Mario Beccia (Ita) Malvor-Bottecchia
52. Jean Habets (Ned) Skala-Skil
53. Antonio Bevilacqua (Ita) Supermercati Brianzoli
54. Jacques van Meer (Ned) Skala-Skil.

 


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