|Some of the best maillots Poblet won|
|His most known picture, by Paco Alguersuari|
Miquel Poblet's palmares is filled with victories. To describe him, just need to be said that he won Milan San Remo twice, and at the same time, he was capable of being first at the top of Col du Tourmalet in 1945 Tour de France, ahead of climbers as Charly Gaul or Louison Bobet. Isn't it amazing? Such a great cyclist. A precursor of modern cycling.
The small showcase at the entrance of the pavilion shows just a few of the maillots he won during his carrier. Impressive achievements: Tour de France's maillot jaune, Giro d'Italia's maglia rosa , Spanish champion maillot, Volta a Catalunya leader jersey... Some of his old bikes can be seen there as well.
Miquel Poblet was born in Montcada i Reixac in 1928, and died in 2013 at the age of 85. His career lasted from 1944 to 1962, during which he had over 200 professional victories. He was the first Spanish rider to wear the yellow jersey in the Tour de France, and in 1956 he became the first of only three riders to win stages in the three Grand Tours in the same year
|Pavello Miquel Poblet in Montcada i reixach|
He won the Milan–San Remo classic race on two occasions and took 26 stage wins in the three Grand Tours.
Let this post remind one of the best catalan cyclists ever.