In 1987, when he was 25 years old, Greg LeMond joined a turkey hunt. A fellow hunter mistook him for game and fired at him. His massive heart and lungs, once rated at a VO2 max of 93, probably saved him. Doctors wondered whether he would survive, and it was outrageous to think that he could ever compete again. But legends are no ordinary people and LeMond continued cycling. In the Tour de France of 1989, after an amazing tour where the yellow jersey switched owners between him and Laurent Fignon, he found himself winning the Tour de France after closing a 50 seconds gap on Fignon in the final time trial stage. In a race against the clock for 25 kilometers, Greg LeMond completed the biggest comeback in cycling history.
Museum-quality prints made on thick and durable matte paper. Each print is giclée-printed on archival, acid-free paper. Get ready for rich colors and an amazing matte finish!
Framed prints come in an alder, semi-hardwood frame:
- Alder, semi-hardwood frame from renewable forests
- 1.9cm (0.75”) thick frame
- Acrylite front protector
- White mat board (if you selected a frame with mat)
- Hanging hardware included