|General manager|| Roger De Vlaeminck |
Marcel Van der Slagmolen
|Team name history|
Tonton Tapis–GB was a Belgian professional cycling team that existed in 1991.The team participated in the 1991 Tour de France.
The following is a list of riders on the Tonton Tapis–GB squad during the 1991 season, with age given for 1 January 1991.
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Tonton may refer to:
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