Jean-Claude Colotti

Jean-Claude Colotti (born 1 July 1967) is a French former professional road bicycle racer (from 1986 to 1996). Colotti won a stage in the 1992 Tour de France.[1] He was part of a breakaway that finished about fifteen minutes ahead of the peloton. Colotti went on a solo attack and beat 2nd place finisher Frans Maassen by more than three minutes.

Jean-Claude Colotti
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Colotti at the 1993 Paris–Nice
Personal information
Full nameJean-Claude Colotti
Born (1967-07-01) July 1, 1967 (age 54)
La Tronche, France
Team information
Current teamRetired
DisciplineTrack/Road
RoleRider
Major wins
1 stage 1992 Tour de France

Major resultsEdit

1987
  France National Track Pursuit Championship
Tour de Vendée
1988
GP Saint-Etienne Loire
1989
GP Ouest-France
1991
Lisieux
Nantes
Six-Days of Grenoble (with Philippe Tarantini)
1992
Dijon
Hendaye
Tour de France:
Winner stage 17
1994
Six Days of Nouméa (with Jean-Michel Pontarlier)
Six-Days of Grenoble (with Dean Woods)
1996
Riom

External linksEdit


  1. ^ "1992 TDF". Bikeraceinfo.com. 12 September 2021.