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1937 | June 30 - July 25
Paris - Paris

total distance: 4415.0 km
number of stages: 20

money for winner: 200 000 F
money total: 800 000 F

Roger Lapebie | France | France | age: 26
time: 138hr 58min 31sec | average speed: 31.768 km/h
2nd place: Mario Vicini (+ 7min 17sec)
3rd place: Leo Amberg (+ 26min 13sec)
winning team: France
number of participants: 98
finished: 46
not finished: 52
Jerseys winners:

 Roger Lapebie
 Felicien Vervaecke


Tour de France start:

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

 4 415 / 5 745 
 76,8%


Stages

number of stages in this year*: 31 | display finish towns on map
*total number of posibbilities to win the stage

STAGES - start, finish, length, winner, time, average speed
1Paris - Lille  263.0 km  LUX  Jean MAJERUS  6:57:48  37.8 km/h
2Lille - Charleville  192.0 km  FRA  Maurice ARCHAMBAUD  5:18:31  36.2 km/h
3Charleville - Metz  161.0 km  ITA  Walter GENERATI  4:13:02  38.2 km/h
4Metz - Belfort  220.0 km  GER  Erich BAUTZ  6:28:56  33.9 km/h
5aBelfort - Lons-le-Saunier  175.0 km  FRA  Henri PUPPO  5:36:15  31.2 km/h
5bLons-le-Saunier - Champagnole  34.0 km  BEL  Sylvère MAES  0:55:33  36.7 km/h
5cChampagnole - Genève  93.0 km  SUI  Léo AMBERG  2:28:29  37.6 km/h
6Genève - Aix-les-Bains  180.0 km  BEL  Gustaaf DELOOR  5:26:25  33.1 km/h
7Aix-les-Bains - Grenoble  228.0 km  ITA  Gino BARTALI  8:02:57  28.3 km/h
8Grenoble - Briançon  194.0 km  GER  Otto WECKERLING  5:55:45  32.7 km/h
9Briançon - Digne  220.0 km  FRA  Guy LAPEBIE  7:27:43  29.5 km/h
10Digne - Nice  251.0 km  BEL  Félicien VERVAECKE  8:29:19  29.6 km/h
11aNice - Toulon  169.0 km  BEL  Eloi MEULENBERG  5:25:14  31.2 km/h
11bToulon - Marseille  65.0 km  BEL  Gustave DANNEELS  1:41:09  38.6 km/h
12aMarseille - Nîmes  112.0 km  FRA  Alphonse ANTOINE  3:39:37  30.6 km/h
12bNîmes - Montpellier  51.0 km  BEL  René PEDROLI  1:16:49  39.8 km/h
13aMontpellier - Narbonne  103.0 km  ITA  Francesco CAMUSSO  2:32:39  40.5 km/h
13bNarbonne - Perpignan  63.0 km  BEL  Eloi MEULENBERG  1:31:08  41.5 km/h
14aPerpignan - Bourg-Madame  99.0 km  BEL  Eloi MEULENBERG  3:55:15  25.2 km/h
14bBourg-Madame - Ax-les-Thermes  59.0 km  ESP  Mariano CANARDO  2:00:05  29.5 km/h
14cAx-les-Thermes - Luchon  167.0 km  BEL  Eloi MEULENBERG  6:22:48  26.2 km/h
15Luchon - Pau  194.0 km  ESP  Julian BERRENDERO  7:01:01  27.6 km/h
16Pau - Bordeaux  235.0 km  FRA  Paul CHOCQUE  7:56:50  29.6 km/h
17aBordeaux - Royan  123.0 km  GER  Erich BAUTZ  3:05:12  39.8 km/h
17bRoyan - Saintes  37.0 km  GER  Heinz WENGLER  1:06:27  33.4 km/h
17cSaintes - La Rochelle  67.0 km  FRA  Guy LAPEBIE  2:25:50  27.6 km/h
18aLa Rochelle - La Roche-sur-Yon  81.0 km  FRA  Guy LAPEBIE  1:59:10  40.8 km/h
18bLa Roche-sur-Yon - Rennes  172.0 km  FRA  Paul CHOCQUE  6:06:14  28.2 km/h
19aRennes - Vire  114.0 km  FRA  Raymond PASSAT  3:21:56  33.9 km/h
19bVire - Caen  59.0 km  SUI  Léo AMBERG  1:28:36  40.0 km/h
20Caen - Paris  234.0 km  BEL  Edward VISSERS  7:23:42  31.6 km/h

as the winners of the 17B stage from Royan to Saintes were declared two riders Heinz Wengler and Adolph Braeckeveldt


Winners of stages in 1937 by nations (7):

 nation  No.wins share (%)
 BEL  10 
 32,26% 
 FRA  9 
 29,03% 
 GER  4 
 12,90% 
 ITA  3 
 9,68% 
 SUI  2 
 6,45% 
 ESP  2 
 6,45% 
 LUX  1 
 3,23% 



Winners of stages in 1937 by cyclists (23):

 name  No.wins share (%)
 Eloi MEULENBERG  4 
 12,90% 
 Guy LAPEBIE  3 
 9,68% 
 Léo AMBERG  2 
 6,45% 
 Paul CHOCQUE  2 
 6,45% 
 Erich BAUTZ  2 
 6,45% 
 Julian BERRENDERO  1 
 3,23% 
 Heinz WENGLER  1 
 3,23% 
 Mariano CANARDO  1 
 3,23% 
 Francesco CAMUSSO  1 
 3,23% 
 René PEDROLI  1 
 3,23% 
 Raymond PASSAT  1 
 3,23% 
 Alphonse ANTOINE  1 
 3,23% 
 Jean MAJERUS  1 
 3,23% 
 Gustave DANNEELS  1 
 3,23% 
 Félicien VERVAECKE  1 
 3,23% 
 Otto WECKERLING  1 
 3,23% 
 Gino BARTALI  1 
 3,23% 
 Gustaaf DELOOR  1 
 3,23% 
 Sylvère MAES  1 
 3,23% 
 Henri PUPPO  1 
 3,23% 
 Walter GENERATI  1 
 3,23% 
 Maurice ARCHAMBAUD  1 
 3,23% 
 Edward VISSERS  1 
 3,23% 



Ascents

number of ascents in this year*: 20 | display ascents on map
*ascents of the second, first and "hors" category

THE ALPES [10]
Aravis (1498 m):  ITA  Gino BARTALI
Col Bayard (1246 m):  GER  Otto WECKERLING
Col d’Allos (2250 m):  ITA  Mario VICINI
Col de Tamié (907 m):  BEL  Félicien VERVAECKE
Col de Vars (2110 m):  BEL  Edward VISSERS
Col du Télégraphe (1566 m):  FRA  Pierre GALLIEN
Cote de Laffrey (900 m):  ITA  Gino BARTALI
Galibier (2645 m):  ITA  Gino BARTALI
Izoard (2361 m):  ESP  Julian BERRENDERO
Lautaret (2058 m):  ITA  Gino BARTALI
THE PYRENEES [8]
Aspin (1490 m):  ESP  Julian BERRENDERO
Aubisque (1709 m):  ITA  Mario VICINI
Col de Port (1249 m):  ESP  Julian BERRENDERO
Col des Ares (797 m):  BEL  Sylvère MAES
Peyresourde (1569 m):  ESP  Julian BERRENDERO
Portet d’Aspet (1069 m):  ESP  Julian BERRENDERO
Puymorens (1915 m):  ESP  Julian BERRENDERO
Tourmalet (2115 m):  ESP  Julian BERRENDERO
Other mountains [2]
Ballon d’Alsace (1178 m):  GER  Erich BAUTZ
Col de Braus (1002 m):  BEL  Félicien VERVAECKE


Winners of ascents in 1937 by nations (5):

 nation  No. wins share (%)
 ESP  7 
 35,00% 
 ITA  6 
 30,00% 
 BEL  4 
 20,00% 
 GER  2 
 10,00% 
 FRA  1 
 5,00% 



Winners of ascents in 1937 by cyclists (9):

 name  No. wins share (%)
 Julian BERRENDERO  7 
 35,00% 
 Gino BARTALI  4 
 20,00% 
 Mario VICINI  2 
 10,00% 
 Félicien VERVAECKE  2 
 10,00% 
 Sylvère MAES  1 
 5,00% 
 Erich BAUTZ  1 
 5,00% 
 Edward VISSERS  1 
 5,00% 
 Pierre GALLIEN  1 
 5,00% 
 Otto WECKERLING  1 
 5,00% 



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