1971 Tour de France, Stage 10 to Stage 20

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Route of the 1971 Tour de France

The 1971 Tour de France was the 58th edition of the Tour de France, one of cycling's Grand Tours. The Tour began in Mulhouse with a prologue team time trial on 26 June, and Stage 10 occurred on 7 July with a mountainous stage from Saint-Étienne. The race finished in Paris on 18 July.

Contents

Stage 10

7 July 1971 - Saint-Étienne to Grenoble, 188.5 km (117.1 mi) [1]

Stage 10 result [1]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Bernard Thévenet  (FRA) Peugeot–BP–Michelin 5h 24' 33"
2Flag of Sweden.svg  Gösta Pettersson  (SWE) Ferretti s.t.
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Flandria–Mars s.t.
4Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Luis Ocaña  (ESP) Bic s.t.
5Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor–Mercier–Hutchinson + 1' 09"
6Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune s.t.
7Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni + 1' 36"
8Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Luis Zubero  (ESP) Kas–Kaskol s.t.
9Flag of France.svg  Jean-Pierre Danguillaume  (FRA) Peugeot–BP–Michelin + 1' 52"
10Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Vicente López Carril  (ESP) Kas–Kaskol s.t.
General classification after stage 10 [2]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Mars-Flandria 54h 30' 15"
2Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Luis Ocaña  (ESP) Bic + 1"
3Flag of Sweden.svg  Gösta Pettersson  (SWE) Ferretti + 40"
4Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni + 1' 00"
5Flag of France.svg  Bernard Thévenet  (FRA) Peugeot + 1' 22"
6Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune + 3' 24"
7Flag of Denmark.svg  Leif Mortensen  (DEN) Bic + 4' 28"
8Flag of Italy.svg  Gianni Motta  (ITA) Salvarani + 5' 13"
9Flag of Italy.svg  Enrico Paolini  (ITA) Scic + 5' 36"
10Flag of Sweden.svg  Tomas Pettersson  (SWE) Ferretti + 6' 00"

Stage 11

8 July 1971 - Grenoble to Orcières-Merlette, 134 km (83 mi) [1]

Stage 11 result [1]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Luis Ocaña  (ESP) Bic 4h 02' 49"
2Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune + 5' 52"
3Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni + 8' 42"
4Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Flandria–Mars s.t.
5Flag of Sweden.svg  Gösta Pettersson  (SWE) Ferretti s.t.
6Flag of France.svg  Bernard Thévenet  (FRA) Peugeot–BP–Michelin s.t.
7Flag of France.svg  Bernard Labourdette  (FRA) Bic s.t.
8Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor–Mercier–Hutchinson + 8' 46"
9Flag of Sweden.svg  Tomas Pettersson  (SWE) Ferretti s.t.
10Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 8' 50"
General classification after stage 11 [3]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Luis Ocaña  (ESP) Bic 58h 33' 00"
2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Mars-Flandria + 8' 43"
3Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune + 9' 20"
4Flag of Sweden.svg  Gösta Pettersson  (SWE) Ferretti + 9' 26"
5Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni + 9' 46"
6Flag of France.svg  Bernard Thévenet  (FRA) Peugeot + 10' 08"
7Flag of Denmark.svg  Leif Mortensen  (DEN) Bic + 13' 22"
8Flag of Sweden.svg  Tomas Pettersson  (SWE) Ferretti + 14' 50"
9Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 20' 31"
10Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor-Mercier + 21' 35"

Rest day 2

9 July 1971 - Orcières-Merlette

Stage 12

10 July 1971 - Orcières-Merlette to Marseille, 251 km (156 mi) [1]

Stage 12 result [1]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Italy.svg  Luciano Armani  (ITA) Scic 5h 25' 28"
2Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni s.t.
3Flag of France.svg  Lucien Aimar  (FRA) Sonolor–Lejeune s.t.
4Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Jos van der Vleuten  (NED) Goudsmit–Hoff s.t.
5Flag of Italy.svg  Enrico Paolini  (ITA) Scic s.t.
6Flag of France.svg  Désiré Letort  (FRA) Bic s.t.
7Flag of France.svg  Robert Bouloux  (FRA) Peugeot–BP–Michelin s.t.
8Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Marinus Wagtmans  (NED) Molteni + 2"
9Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Jos Huysmans  (BEL) Molteni s.t.
10Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor–Mercier–Hutchinson + 1' 56"
General classification after stage 12 [4]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Luis Ocaña  (ESP) Bic 64h 00' 24"
2Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni + 7' 34"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Mars-Flandria + 8' 43"
4Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune + 9' 20"
5Flag of Sweden.svg  Gösta Pettersson  (SWE) Ferretti + 9' 26"
6Flag of France.svg  Bernard Thévenet  (FRA) Peugeot + 10' 08"
7Flag of Denmark.svg  Leif Mortensen  (DEN) Bic + 13' 22"
8Flag of Sweden.svg  Tomas Pettersson  (SWE) Ferretti + 14' 50"
9Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 20' 31"
10Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor-Mercier + 21' 35"

Stage 13

11 July 1971 - Albi to Albi, 16.3 km (10.1 mi) (ITT) [1]

Stage 13 result [1]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni 22' 57"
2Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Luis Ocaña  (ESP) Bic + 11"
3Flag of France.svg  Charly Grosskost  (FRA) Bic s.t.
4Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor–Mercier–Hutchinson + 26"
5Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Ferdinand Bracke  (BEL) Peugeot–BP–Michelin s.t.
6Flag of Italy.svg  Mauro Simonetti  (ITA) Ferretti + 41"
7Flag of Sweden.svg  Tomas Pettersson  (SWE) Ferretti + 42"
8Flag of France.svg  Bernard Thévenet  (FRA) Peugeot–BP–Michelin s.t.
9Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 50"
10Flag of France.svg  Désiré Letort  (FRA) Bic + 55"
General classification after stage 13 [5]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Luis Ocaña  (ESP) Bic 64h 23' 32"
2Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni + 7' 23"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Mars-Flandria + 9' 34"
4Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune + 10' 14"
5Flag of Sweden.svg  Gösta Pettersson  (SWE) Ferretti + 10' 30"
6Flag of France.svg  Bernard Thévenet  (FRA) Peugeot + 10' 39"
7Flag of Denmark.svg  Leif Mortensen  (DEN) Bic + 14' 31"
8Flag of Sweden.svg  Tomas Pettersson  (SWE) Ferretti + 15' 21"
9Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 21' 10"
10Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor-Mercier + 21' 50"

Stage 14

12 July 1971 - Revel to Luchon, 214.5 km (133.3 mi) [1]

Stage 14 result [1]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  José Manuel Fuente  (ESP) Kas–Kaskol 6h 11' 54"
2Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni + 6' 21"
3Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune s.t.
4Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Vicente López Carril  (ESP) Kas–Kaskol s.t.
5Flag of France.svg  Lucien Aimar  (FRA) Sonolor–Lejeune s.t.
6Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Flandria–Mars s.t.
7Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor–Mercier–Hutchinson + 7' 15"
8Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Antonio Martos  (ESP) Werner + 7' 26"
9Flag of France.svg  Bernard Labourdette  (FRA) Bic + 7' 34"
10Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 7' 35"
General classification after stage 14 [6]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni 70h 49' 10"
2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Mars-Flandria + 2' 21"
3Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune + 2' 51"
4Flag of France.svg  Bernard Thévenet  (FRA) Peugeot + 4' 46"
5Flag of Denmark.svg  Leif Mortensen  (DEN) Bic + 11' 24"
6Flag of Sweden.svg  Tomas Pettersson  (SWE) Ferretti + 14' 56"
7Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 15' 01"
8Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor-Mercier + 15' 21"
9Flag of France.svg  Lucien Aimar  (FRA) Sonolor–Lejeune + 19' 41"
10Flag of France.svg  Bernard Labourdette  (FRA) Bic + 20' 00"

Stage 15

13 July 1971 - Luchon to Superbagnères, 19.6 km (12.2 mi) [1]

Stage 15 result [1]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  José Manuel Fuente  (ESP) Kas–Kaskol 47' 42"
2Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune + 26"
3Flag of France.svg  Bernard Thévenet  (FRA) Peugeot–BP–Michelin + 28"
4Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni + 1' 00"
5Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Flandria–Mars s.t.
6Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Francisco Galdós  (ESP) Kas–Kaskol + 1' 02"
7Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Victor Van Schil  (BEL) Molteni + 1' 04"
8Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 1' 06"
9Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor–Mercier–Hutchinson + 1' 09"
10Flag of France.svg  Raymond Delisle  (FRA) Peugeot–BP–Michelin s.t.
General classification after stage 15 [7]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni 71h 37' 52"
2Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune + 2' 17"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Mars-Flandria + 2' 21"
4Flag of France.svg  Bernard Thévenet  (FRA) Peugeot + 4' 14"
5Flag of Denmark.svg  Leif Mortensen  (DEN) Bic + 12' 16"
6Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 15' 07"
7Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor-Mercier + 15' 30"
8Flag of Sweden.svg  Tomas Pettersson  (SWE) Ferretti + 16' 42"
9Flag of France.svg  Lucien Aimar  (FRA) Sonolor–Lejeune + 21' 49"
10Flag of France.svg  Bernard Labourdette  (FRA) Bic + 22' 28"

Stage 16a

14 July 1971 - Luchon to Gourette, 145 km (90 mi) [1]

Stage 16a result [1]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Bernard Labourdette  (FRA) Bic 5h 08' 36"
2Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni + 1' 32"
3Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune + 1' 34"
4Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Flandria–Mars + 1' 35"
5Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor–Mercier–Hutchinson + 1' 39"
6Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Vicente López Carril  (ESP) Kas–Kaskol + 1' 44"
7Flag of France.svg  Désiré Letort  (FRA) Bic + 1' 49"
8Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 1' 51"
9Flag of Denmark.svg  Leif Mortensen  (DEN) Bic + 2' 20"
10Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Marinus Wagtmans  (NED) Molteni + 2' 57"
General classification after stage 16a [8]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni 76h 47' 57"
2Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune + 2' 17"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Mars-Flandria + 2' 26"
4Flag of France.svg  Bernard Thévenet  (FRA) Peugeot + 6' 36"
5Flag of Denmark.svg  Leif Mortensen  (DEN) Bic + 13' 07"
6Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 15' 29"
7Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor-Mercier + 15' 40"
8Flag of France.svg  Bernard Labourdette  (FRA) Bic + 20' 59"
9Flag of France.svg  Lucien Aimar  (FRA) Sonolor–Lejeune + 23' 41"
10Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Vicente López Carril  (ESP) Kas + 24' 07"

Stage 16b

14 July 1971 - Gourette to Pau, 57.5 km (35.7 mi) [1]

Stage 16b result [1]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Herman Van Springel  (BEL) Molteni 1h 17' 58"
2Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Willy Van Neste  (BEL) Flandria–Mars s.t.
3Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor–Mercier–Hutchinson + 24"
4Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni s.t.
5Flag of Italy.svg  Enrico Paolini  (ITA) Scic s.t.
6Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Flandria–Mars s.t.
7Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune s.t.
8Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber s.t.
9Flag of Denmark.svg  Leif Mortensen  (DEN) Bic s.t.
10Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Agustín Tamames  (ESP) Werner s.t.
General classification after stage 16b [9]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni 78h 06' 19"
2Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune + 2' 17"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Mars-Flandria + 2' 21"
4Flag of France.svg  Bernard Thévenet  (FRA) Peugeot + 6' 49"
5Flag of Denmark.svg  Leif Mortensen  (DEN) Bic + 13' 07"
6Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 15' 29"
7Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor-Mercier + 15' 34"
8Flag of France.svg  Bernard Labourdette  (FRA) Bic + 21' 12"
9Flag of France.svg  Lucien Aimar  (FRA) Sonolor–Lejeune + 23' 54"
10Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Vicente López Carril  (ESP) Kas + 24' 20"

Stage 17

15 July 1971 - Mont-de-Marsan to Bordeaux, 188 km (117 mi) [1]

Stage 17 result [1]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni 5h 32' 31"
2Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Georges Vandenberghe  (BEL) Salvarani s.t.
3Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Roger Swerts  (BEL) Molteni s.t.
4Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Jos van der Vleuten  (NED) Goudsmit–Hoff s.t.
5Flag of France.svg  Raymond Riotte  (FRA) Sonolor–Lejeune s.t.
6Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Barry Hoban  (GBR) Sonolor–Lejeune + 2' 26"
7Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  José Manuel López  (ESP) Sonolor–Lejeune s.t.
8Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Nemesio Jiménez  (ESP) Kas–Kaskol s.t.
9Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Julien Stevens  (BEL) Molteni + 3' 01"
10Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Gerben Karstens  (NED) Goudsmit–Hoff + 3' 05"
General classification after stage 17 [10]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni 83h 38' 30"
2Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune + 5' 38"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Mars-Flandria + 5' 46"
4Flag of France.svg  Bernard Thévenet  (FRA) Peugeot + 10' 14"
5Flag of Denmark.svg  Leif Mortensen  (DEN) Bic + 16' 32"
6Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 18' 54"
7Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor-Mercier + 19' 29"
8Flag of France.svg  Bernard Labourdette  (FRA) Bic + 24' 37"
9Flag of France.svg  Lucien Aimar  (FRA) Sonolor–Lejeune + 27' 19"
10Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Vicente López Carril  (ESP) Kas + 27' 45"

Stage 18

16 July 1971 - Bordeaux to Poitiers, 244 km (152 mi) [1]

Stage 18 result [1]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of France.svg  Jean-Pierre Danguillaume  (FRA) Peugeot–BP–Michelin 6h 30' 33"
2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Jan Krekels  (NED) Goudsmit–Hoff s.t.
3Flag of France.svg  Bernard Guyot  (FRA) Sonolor–Lejeune s.t.
4Flag of Italy.svg  Ottavio Crepaldi  (ITA) Salvarani s.t.
5Flag of France.svg  José Catieau  (FRA) Sonolor–Lejeune s.t.
6Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Jozef Spruyt  (BEL) Molteni s.t.
7Flag of France.svg  Jean Vidament  (FRA) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber s.t.
8Flag of Italy.svg  Enrico Paolini  (ITA) Scic s.t.
9Flag of Germany.svg  Rolf Wolfshohl  (FRG) Fagor–Mercier–Hutchinson s.t.
10Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Johny Schleck  (LUX) Bic s.t.
General classification after stage 18 [11]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni 90h 13' 06"
2Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune + 5' 38"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Mars-Flandria + 5' 45"
4Flag of France.svg  Bernard Thévenet  (FRA) Peugeot + 10' 14"
5Flag of Denmark.svg  Leif Mortensen  (DEN) Bic + 16' 32"
6Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 18' 54"
7Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor-Mercier + 19' 29"
8Flag of France.svg  Bernard Labourdette  (FRA) Bic + 24' 30"
9Flag of France.svg  Lucien Aimar  (FRA) Sonolor–Lejeune + 26' 22"
10Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Vicente López Carril  (ESP) Kas + 28' 13"

Stage 19

17 July 1971 - Blois to Versailles, 185 km (115 mi) [1]

Stage 19 result [1]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Jan Krekels  (NED) Goudsmit–Hoff 5h 21' 06"
2Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor–Mercier–Hutchinson s.t.
3Flag of France.svg  Jean-Pierre Danguillaume  (FRA) Peugeot–BP–Michelin s.t.
4Flag of Italy.svg  Wilmo Francioni  (ITA) Ferretti s.t.
5Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Marinus Wagtmans  (NED) Molteni s.t.
6Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Herman Van Springel  (BEL) Molteni s.t.
7Flag of Italy.svg  Luciano Armani  (ITA) Scic s.t.
8Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Julien Stevens  (BEL) Molteni (5h 21' 04")
9Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Victor Van Schil  (BEL) Molteni 5h 21' 06"
10Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber s.t.
General classification after stage 19 [12]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni 95h 34' 42"
2Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune + 5' 38"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Mars-Flandria + 5' 45"
4Flag of France.svg  Bernard Thévenet  (FRA) Peugeot + 10' 14"
5Flag of Denmark.svg  Leif Mortensen  (DEN) Bic + 16' 32"
6Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 18' 24"
7Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor-Mercier + 18' 49"
8Flag of France.svg  Bernard Labourdette  (FRA) Bic + 24' 30"
9Flag of France.svg  Lucien Aimar  (FRA) Sonolor–Lejeune + 26' 22"
10Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Vicente López Carril  (ESP) Kas + 28' 13"

Stage 20

18 July 1971 - Versailles to Paris, 53.8 km (33.4 mi) (ITT) [1]

Stage 20 result [1]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni 1h 10' 32"
2Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 2' 36"
3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Marinus Wagtmans  (NED) Molteni + 2' 52"
4Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Ferdinand Bracke  (BEL) Peugeot + 3' 04"
5Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Roger Swerts  (BEL) Molteni + 3' 15"
6Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Herman Van Springel  (BEL) Molteni + 3' 26"
7Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Victor Van Schil  (BEL) Molteni + 4' 03"
8Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Mars-Flandria + 4' 06"
9Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor-Mercier + 4' 09"
10Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Nemesio Jiménez  (ESP) Kas + 4' 12"
General classification after stage 20 [1]
RankRiderTeamTime
1Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL) Molteni 96h 45' 14"
2Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Joop Zoetemelk  (NED) Mars-Flandria + 9' 51"
3Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Van Impe  (BEL) Sonolor–Lejeune + 11' 06"
4Flag of France.svg  Bernard Thévenet  (FRA) Peugeot + 14' 50"
5Flag of Portugal.svg  Joaquim Agostinho  (POR) Hoover–de Gribaldy–Wolber + 21' 00"
6Flag of Denmark.svg  Leif Mortensen  (DEN) Bic + 21' 38"
7Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Guimard  (FRA) Fagor-Mercier + 22' 58"
8Flag of France.svg  Bernard Labourdette  (FRA) Bic + 30' 07"
9Flag of France.svg  Lucien Aimar  (FRA) Sonolor–Lejeune + 32' 45"
10Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg  Vicente López Carril  (ESP) Kas + 36' 00"

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