Bernard Guyot (cyclist)

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Bernard Guyot (born November 19, 1945 in Savigny-sur-Orge ) is a former French cyclist .

Athletic career

His first significant success was winning the Tour de Namur in 1964. Guyot took part in the 1964 Olympic Games and finished 94th in the road race . Guyot achieved his greatest success as an amateur with the overall victory of the International Peace Tour in 1966 , in which he also won a stage. At the UCI Road World Championships in 1966 on the Nürburgring , he finished 19th in the amateur road race.

In 1967 he then moved up into the professional camp for cycling team Pelforth-Sauvage Lejeune . He competed five times in the Tour de France , his best placing was a 27th place overall in 1968 . At the French championships he was third in 1969 and second in road racing in 1972. In the pursuit championships he was runner-up in 1968. At the end of his career he tried his hand at staying and came in 4th at the national championships in 1973. A year later, he remained without significant placements and ended his career.


  • Overall ranking and a stage of the peace ride
  • a stage Tour de l'Avenir
  • bronze French Championships - Pursuit
  • silver French championships - road racing


Bernard is the brother of Claude Guyot and Serge Guyot , who were also cyclists.

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Association of German cyclists (ed.): Radsport . No. 35/1966 . Deutscher Sportverlag Kurt Stoof, Cologne 1966, p. 10 .
  2. a b Pascal Sergent: Encyclopédie illustrée des coureurs français depuis 1869 . Éditions Eecloonaar, Eeklo 1998, p. 354 (French).

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