Once - Miniature racing cyclists

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Our miniature racing cyclists

Handpainted miniature cyclist with Once jersey.

-Completely produced out of metal: bike + cyclist
-Dimensions: height 50mm x width 50mm
-Weight: 23 grams

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9,90 €

Data sheet

TypeK
PostureStandard
GenderMale
ColourYellow
Periode1991-2000
MaterialZamac
Height50mm
Width50mm
Depth16mm
Weight23g
PaintedCyclist

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Laurent Jalabert

From 1989 ONCE was a Spanish cycling team led by Manolo Saiz. In 1990 the team achieved its first successes by winning the team classification in the Vuelta and the Giro. They also won a number of smaller races. The individual general classification was won in the Vuelta of 1991 with Melcior Mauri, the Vuelta in 1995 with Laurent Jalabert and the Vuelta in 1996 and 1997 with Alex Zülle. In the Tour de France Zülle (1995) and Joseba Beloki (2002) were on the podium in Paris, but they didn't get a final victory. They did win the team classification in both editions.

In 2003, after 15 seasons and more than 400 victories, ONCE decided to stop the sponsorship because it had achieved its goals. 98% of Spaniards knew ONCE and knew what ONCE stood for, namely Organización Nacional de Ciegos de España, a charity lottery for the blind and partially sighted. ONCE had a yellow and later a pink outfit.

An overview of the best known riders: Abraham Olano, Alberto Contador, Alberto Leanizbarrutia, Alex Zülle, Allan Davis, Andrea Peron, Ángel Vicioso, Anselmo Fuerte, Carlos Sastre, David Arroyo, David Cañada, David Etxebarria, Eduardo Chozas, Erik Breukink, Giampaolo Caruso, Herminio Díaz Zabala, Igor González de Galdeano, Íñigo Cuesta, Isidro Nozal, Iván Parra, Joan Llaneras, Joaquim Rodríguez, Johan Bruyneel, Johnny Weltz, JörgJaksche, José Azevedo, José Ivan Gutierrez, Joseba Beloki, Koldo Gil, Laurent Dufaux, Laurent Jalabert, Luis León Sánchez, Luis Pérez Rodríguez, Marcelino García Alonso, Marcos Serrano, Mariano Rojas, Marino Lejarreta, Melchor Mauri, Miguel Ángel Martín Perdiguero, Mikel Pradera, Mikel Zarrabeitia, Neil Stephens, Oliverio Rincón, Patrick Jonker, Pedro Muñoz Machín, Peio Ruiz Cabestany, Peter Luttenberger, Roberto Sierra, Santos González and Xavier Florencio.

After the end of the ONCE as main sponsor in 2003, Liberty Seguros took over its structure and became the new sponsor.

Overview of the sponsors and co-sponsors
1989-1989 ONCE-Look-Mavic
1990-1998 ONCE
1999-2000 ONCE-Deutsche Bank
2001-2003 ONCE-Eroski
2004-2004 Liberty Seguros
2005-2006 Liberty Seguros-Würth
2006-2006 Würth Team
2006-2006 Astana-Würth Team

The most important victories of the team:
1990 Ruta del Sol general classification: Eduardo Chozas Olmo
1991 Tirreno-Adriatico general classification: Pedro Luis Diaz Zabala
1992 GP des Nations: Johan Bruyneel
1993 Paris-Nice general classification: Alex Zülle
1993 general classification Dauphiné Libéré: Laurent Dufaux
1993 general classification Round of the Netherlands: Erik Breukink
1993 National Championship on the road Netherlands:Erik Breukink
1994 general classification Dauphiné Libéré: Laurent Dufaux
1994 National Championship on the Road Australia:Neil Stephens
1995 Milan-San Remo:Laurent Jalabert
1995 Walloon Arrow: Laurent Jalabert
1995 Paris-Nice general classification: Laurent Jalabert
1995 National Championship time trial Netherlands:Erik Breukink
1995 National Time Trial Championship Spain: Melchor Mauri
1996 Vuelta a España general classification: Alex Zülle
1996 Paris-Nice general classification: Laurent Jalabert
1996 general classification GP du Midi-Libre: Laurent Jalabert
1996 Ruta del Sol general classification: Neil Stephens
1996 World Championship Time Trial: Alex Zülle
1997 Vuelta a España general classification: Alex Zülle
1997 World Championship Time Trial San Sebastian: Laurent Jalabert
1997 general classification Round of the Basque Country: Alex Zülle
1997 Giro di Lombardia: Laurent Jalabert
1997 Paris-Nice general classification: Laurent Jalabert
1997 Walloon Arrow: Laurent Jalabert
1998 Ruta del Sol general classification: Marcelino Garcia Alonso
1998 National Championship on the road France: Laurent Jalabert
1999 general classification Round of the Basque Country: Laurent Jalabert
1999 general classification Tour de Romandie: Laurent Jalabert
1999 National Time Trial Championship Spain: Santos González
2000 National Time Trial Championship Spain: José Iván Gutiérrez
2000 Tirreno-Adriatico general classification: Abraham Olano
2001 National Championship Time Trial Portugal: José Azevedo
2002 National Time Trial Championship Spain: Igor González de Galdeano

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