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A Race Apart... The Flandriens and the Golden Age of Flemish Cycling
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A Race Apart... The Flandriens and the Golden Age of Flemish Cycling

(Jan Wauters) The Low Countries - 1997, № 5, pp. 207-211

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The Flandriens: the forced-labourers of road-racing, members of that breed of racing cyclists who, particularly during the period between the wars, fired the imagination of the ordinary Fleming. The author of this piece seeks out the origins of the 'Flandriens' concept and what it came to mean in later cycling history.

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