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Tour de Picardie

Tour de Picardie
Race details
DateMid May
RegionPicardy, France
English nameTour of Picardy
Local name(s)Tour de Picardie (in French)
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeStage race
OrganiserAmaury Sport Organisation
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First edition1936 (1936)
Final edition2016
First winner Marcel Blanchon (FRA)
Most wins4 riders with 2 wins
Final winner Nacer Bouhanni (FRA)

The Tour de Picardie was a professional multi-stage cycle road race that was held between 1936 and 2016 in Picardy, France.[1] In its last twelve editions, it was organised as a 2.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour.

The race was called Tour de l'Oise from its founding in 1936 until 1999, when it was renamed the Tour de Picardie et de l'Oise, and then the Tour de Picardie in 2000, which it remained until its demise. It is not to be confused with a different race, also called the Tour de Picardie (or Grand Prix du Courrier Picard), which was staged from 1946 to 1965.


Year Country Rider Team
1936  France Marcel Blanchon Alcyon–Dunlop
1937  France Gaston Grimbert Armor-Dunlop
1938  France Lucien Le Guével individual
1939  France André Desmoulins Peugeot–Dunlop
No race
1950  France Simon Hyz individual
1951  France Pierre Lagrange Alcyon–Dunlop
1952  France Raymond Komor individual
1953  France Alfred Tonello Alcyon–Dunlop
1954  France Jean Bellay Mercier–BP–Hutchinson
1955  Luxembourg Lucien Gillen Magnat–Debon
1956  France Louis Caput Saint-Raphaël–R. Geminiani–Dunlop
1957  France Jean Stablinski Essor–Leroux
1958  France Joseph Thomin Helyett–Leroux–Hutchinson
1959  France Joseph Wasko Mercier–BP–Hutchinson
1960  Netherlands Jo de Haan Saint-Raphaël–R. Geminiani–Dunlop
1961  Spain Jaime Alomar Peugeot–BP–Dunlop
1962  Belgium André Bar Peugeot–BP–Dunlop
1963  West Germany Klaus Bugdahl Torpedo
1964  West Germany Winfried Bölke Peugeot–BP–Englebert
1965  Ireland Shay Elliott Ford France–Gitane
1966  France Hubert Niel Peugeot–BP–Michelin
1967  West Germany Peter Glemser Torpedo-Continental
1968  Belgium Walter Boucquet Pull Over Centrale–Novy
1969  France José Samyn Bic
1970  Belgium Frans Verbeeck Geens–Watney
1971  Belgium André Dierickx Watney–Avia
1972  France Cyrille Guimard Gan–Mercier–Hutchinson
1973  France Alain Santy Bic
1974  France Robert Mintkiewicz Sonolor–Gitane
1975  West Germany Dietrich Thurau TI–Raleigh
1976  Belgium Emiel Gijsemans IJsboerke–Colnago
1977  Belgium Willy Teirlinck Gitane–Campagnolo
1978  Belgium Willy Teirlinck Renault–Gitane–Campagnolo
1979  France Bernard Hinault Renault–Gitane
1980  France Patrick Bonnet Renault–Gitane
1981  Belgium Jean-Luc Vandenbroucke La Redoute–Motobécane
1982  France Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle Peugeot–Shell–Michelin
1983  France Pascal Jules Renault–Elf
1984  Australia Allan Peiper Peugeot–Shell–Michelin
1985  Belgium Jozef Lieckens Lotto
1986  France Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle Peugeot–Shell
1987  Netherlands Jelle Nijdam Superconfex–Kwantum–Yoko–Colnago
1988  Canada Steve Bauer Weinmann–La Suisse–SMM Uster
1989  West Germany Andreas Kappes Toshiba
1990  Belgium Hendrik Redant Lotto–Superclub
1991  Belgium Wilfried Nelissen Weinmann–Eddy Merckx
1992  France Thierry Marie Castorama
1993  France Frédéric Moncassin WordPerfect–Colnago–Decca
1994  Spain Miguel Induráin Banesto
1995  Netherlands Jelle Nijdam TVM–Polis Direct
1996  France Philippe Gaumont GAN
1997 No race
1998  Kazakhstan Alexander Vinokourov Casino–Ag2r
1999  Estonia Jaan Kirsipuu Casino–Ag2r Prévoyance
2000  Denmark Michael Sandstød Memory Card–Jack & Jones
2001  France Olivier Asmaker CSC–Tiscali
2002  Denmark Michael Sandstød CSC–Tiscali
2003  Great Britain David Millar Cofidis
2004  Belgium Tom Boonen Quick-Step–Davitamon
2005  Estonia Janek Tombak Cofidis
2006  France Jimmy Casper Cofidis
2007  South Africa Robbie Hunter Barloworld
2008  France Sébastien Chavanel Française des Jeux
2009  Netherlands Lieuwe Westra Vacansoleil
2010  Great Britain Ben Swift Team Sky
2011  France Romain Feillu Vacansoleil–DCM
2012  Germany John Degenkolb Argos–Shimano
2013  Germany Marcel Kittel Argos–Shimano
2014  France Arnaud Démare
2015  Belgium Kris Boeckmans Lotto–Soudal
2016  France Nacer Bouhanni Cofidis


  1. ^ Mascre, Célia (28 September 2016). "Dites adieu au Tour de Picardie, qui va disparaître" [Say goodbye to the Tour de Picardie, which will disappear]. France 3 Picardie (in French). France Télévisions. Retrieved 30 January 2022.
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