Procycling

‘89 THE GREATEST TOUR

ycling never seemed as bright, as optimistic, as full of promise as it did at the 1989 Tour de France. The sport teetered on the cusp between tradition and modernity as a previously closed world started opening up into new cultures. As did the world itself: pro democracy movements in China had come to a head in Tiananmen Square, and the Iron Curtain was showing signs of twitching as the Cold War

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