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Jesper Skibby topples to the ground on The Koppenberg in 1987, having been unable to keep momentum on the steep hill. He had been in a long escape, which is why the commissaire's car is behind him, believing Skibby would make it over the climb before the peloton got to him... Sadly, the commissaire was wrong, and the car-driver had to sacrifice Skibby's wheel in order to get around him, as stopping on this hill with the race right behind him was not an option....it came within a whisker of crushing Skibby's foot!
19" x 26"
From The Graham Watson Photography Collection
Unframed prints are shipped rolled in a sturdy tube.