historical overviewwinners onlyjerseys winnerssummary statisticswinners of stageswinners of stages on a map
 
 
Overview of the year 1907
 back to list
 wikipedia information 1907
 see overall standings in 1907

1907 | July 8 - August 4
Paris - Paris

total distance: 4488.0 km
number of stages: 14

money for winner: 4 000 F
money total: 25 000 F

Lucien Petit-Breton | Peugeot | France | age: 24
time: 47 points | average speed: 28.470 km/h
2nd place: Gustave Garrigou (+ 66 pts)
3rd place: Emile Georget (+ 74 pts)
winning team:
number of participants: 93
finished: 33
not finished: 60
Jerseys winners:

 Lucien Petit-Breton


Tour de France start:

Statistic of the riders:
Route length:
(compared with longest route in 1926 - 5745 km)

 4 488 / 5 745 
 78,1%


Stages

number of stages in this year*: 14 | display finish towns on map
*total number of posibbilities to win the stage

STAGES - start, finish, length, winner, time, average speed
1Paris - Roubaix  272.0 km  FRA  Louis TROUSSELIER  8:49:30  30.8 km/h
2Roubaix - Metz  398.0 km  FRA  Emile GEORGET  13:39:15  29.1 km/h
3Metz - Belfort  259.0 km  FRA  Emile GEORGET  7:46:18  33.3 km/h
4Belfort - Lyon  309.0 km  FRA  Marcel CADOLLE  9:27:02  32.7 km/h
5Lyon - Grenoble  311.0 km  FRA  Emile GEORGET  11:17:00  27.6 km/h
6Grenoble - Nice  345.0 km  FRA  Georges PASSERIEU  12:14:00  28.2 km/h
7Nice - Nîmes  345.0 km  FRA  Emile GEORGET  12:36:00  27.4 km/h
8Nîmes - Toulouse  303.0 km  FRA  Emile GEORGET  11:02:00  27.5 km/h
9Toulouse - Bayonne  299.0 km  FRA  Lucien PETIT-BRETON  10:18:00  29.0 km/h
10Bayonne - Bordeaux  269.0 km  FRA  Gustave GARRIGOU  8:07:50  33.1 km/h
11Bordeaux - Nantes  391.0 km  FRA  Lucien PETIT-BRETON  14:33:21  26.9 km/h
12Nantes - Brest  321.0 km  FRA  Gustave GARRIGOU  12:23:00  25.9 km/h
13Brest - Caen  415.0 km  FRA  Emile GEORGET  16:13:30  25.6 km/h
14Caen - Paris  251.0 km  FRA  Georges PASSERIEU  8:44:51  28.7 km/h

as the winners of the second stage from Roubaix to Metz were declared two riders Emile Georget and Louis Trousselier


Winners of stages in 1907 by nations (1):

 nation  No.wins share (%)
 FRA  14 
 100,00% 



Winners of stages in 1907 by cyclists (6):

 name  No.wins share (%)
 Emile GEORGET  6 
 42,86% 
 Georges PASSERIEU  2 
 14,29% 
 Lucien PETIT-BRETON  2 
 14,29% 
 Gustave GARRIGOU  2 
 14,29% 
 Louis TROUSSELIER  1 
 7,14% 
 Marcel CADOLLE  1 
 7,14% 



Ascents

number of ascents in this year*: 5 | display ascents on map
*ascents of the second, first and "hors" category

THE ALPES [3]
Col Bayard (1246 m):  FRA  Emile GEORGET
Col de Porte (1326 m):  FRA  Emile GEORGET
Cote de Laffrey (900 m):  FRA  Emile GEORGET
THE PYRENEES [0]
Other mountains [2]
Ballon d’Alsace (1178 m):  FRA  Emile GEORGET
Cerdon (595 m):  FRA  Gustave GARRIGOU


Winners of ascents in 1907 by nations (1):

 nation  No. wins share (%)
 FRA  5 
 100,00% 



Winners of ascents in 1907 by cyclists (2):

 name  No. wins share (%)
 Emile GEORGET  4 
 80,00% 
 Gustave GARRIGOU  1 
 20,00% 



Video highlights

No video available





 
 
Here we would like to express our respect and thanks to all participants and organizers of this prestige event, as well as to highlight the possibilities of geography and bring a new look at this phenomenon
 
 

GENERAL OVERVIEW

 Main page
 Historical overview
 Winners only
 Jerseys winners
 Summary statistics
 Winners of stages
 Winners of stages on a map
 Our book about TdF


SELECTED STATISTICS

 General statistics
 Ascents statistics
 Stages statistics
 Custom winners statistics
 Chord diagrams - visualization

 Search places of the Tour
 Search winner of the stage
 Search ascents of the Tour
 Search winner of ascent


PLACES OF THE TOUR

 Display list of all places
 Find nearest stage place
 Map of TdF places
 Thematic map of start places
 Thematic map of finish places
 Map of general classification of places


ASCENTS OF THE TOUR

 Display list of all ascents
 Display map of all ascents
 Thematic map of all ascents
 Find nearest ascent
 The Alps ascents
 The Pyrenees ascents
 The Jura ascents
 The Massiv Ccentral ascents
 The Cevennes ascents
 The Vosges ascents
 The Black Forest ascents