Marcel Bidot

Marcel Bidot ( born December 31, 1902 in Saint- Lyé; † January 26, 1995 ) was a French cyclist and later sports director.

Marcel Bidot was professional racing drivers of 1923 until 1939. 1924 he won Paris - Bourges, 1929, he became French champion in the road race and in 1934 he won Paris -Troyes. He started six times in the Tour de France: In 1926 he was tenth, 1928, he won the fifth stage and finished eighth overall, in 1929 he won the twelfth stage and finished 16th in the Tour de France in 1930, which was driven by national teams, finished he fifth place.

From 1952 to 1968, Marcel Bidot Sporty succeeding his brother Jean Head of the French national team at the Tour and UCI Road World Championships. Under his aegis, Jacques Anquetil had his greatest successes in the national team, which also decided six times in this period, the tour itself. In addition, organized Bidot the race Paris -Troyes.