1985 - Reynolds Maillot

Reynolds
1985

With only 20 years and 8 months old, Miguel Indurain becomes the youngest ever race leader in the history of the Vuelta a España, as he carried with the yellow jersey for four stages. The team, despite the departures by Delgado and Arroyo due to strong offers, acquires a big role in the Tour as Eduardo Chozas takes a long breakaway to the end in Aurillac.

INDURAIN INTRODUCES HIMSELF TO THE WORLD

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Team

Aja, Enrique (ES)
Arenas, Guillermo (ES)
Chozas, Eduardo (ES)
Fernández, Álvaro (ES)
Gastón, Iñaki (ES)
Glez Salvador, Eduardo (ES)
Gorospe, Julián (ES)
Hernández, Carlos (ES)
Hernández Úbeda, Jesús (ES)
Indurain, Miguel (ES)
Laguía, José Luis (ES)
Navarro Fuster, Francisco (ES)
Prieto, Celestino (ES)

Directors

Echávarri, José Miguel
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19 Wins

  1. 1st Vuelta a Tres Cantos Carlos Hernández
  2. 1st Clásica Zaragoza-Sabiñanigo Iñaki Gastón
  3. 1st Clásica Zizurkil Iñaki Gastón
  4. 1st Clásica de Zamora Celestino Prieto
  5. 1st GP Bilbao Julián Gorospe
  6. 1st GP Llodio Julián Gorospe
  7. 1st GP Miguel Indurain Celestino Prieto
  8. 1st Hucha de Oro Eduardo Chozas
  9. 1st Prueba Villafranca - Ordiziako Klasika Iñaki Gastón
  10. 1st Subida a Arantzazu Iñaki Gastón
  11. 1st Subida a Arrate Iñaki Gastón
  12. 1st Trofeo Luis Puig Enrique Aja
  13. 1st Itzulia Basque Country (1. stage) José Luis Laguía
  14. 1st Tour de France (15. stage) Eduardo Chozas
  15. 1st Tour de l'Aude (3. stage) Iñaki Gastón
  16. 1st Tour de l'Avenir (11. stage) Miguel Indurain
  17. 1st Tour de l'Avenir (6. stage) Miguel Indurain
  18. 1st Vuelta a Aragón (4. stage) Carlos Hernández
  19. 1st Vuelta a Tres Cantos (1. stage) Carlos Hernández