Pascal Simon (born September 27, 1956) is a retired French road racing cyclist. A native of Mesnil St. Loup, he was a professional cyclist from 1979 to 1991. Pascal was the oldest of four brothers that all became professional cyclists: Régis, Jerôme and François.
|Full name||Pascal Simon|
|Born||December 27, 1956|
|Tour de l'Avenir|
Seven days in yellow jersey
In 1983, Simon obtained the yellow jersey while riding for Cycles Peugeot after the tenth stage of the Tour de France. One day later, Simon fell down and broke his shoulder. Simon continued for six more days, before the injury forced him out of the race.
Tour de FranceEdit
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