Gilbert Bauvin

Gilbert Bauvin (born 4 August 1927 in Lunéville, Meurthe-et-Moselle) is a former professional French road bicycle racer. He was a professional from 1950 to 1960. The highlights of his career include winning the Paris–Camembert in 1954 and Tour de Romandie in 1958 and winning four stages in the Tour de France as well as wearing the yellow jersey for a total of four days. His best grand tour result was the 1956 Tour de France, where he finished second after surprise winner Roger Walkowiak.

Major results

;1951 :Nancy :Tour de France: ::8th place overall classification ::Wearing yellow jersey for one day ;1952 :Tour du Doubs ;1953 :2nd place Cyclo-cross world championship ;1954 :GP de Cannes :Paris–Camembert :Tour de France: ::Winner stages 10 and 12 ::Wearing yellow jersey for two days ::10th place overall classification ;1955 :Macau :Vuelta a España: ::Winner stages 1 and 2 ;1956 :Dakar :Vuelta a España: ::Winner stage 10B ::7th place overall classification :Circuit du Cher :Tour de France: ::2nd place overall classification ;1957 :GP Monaco :Vuelta a España: ::Winner stage 11 :Tour de France: ::Winner stage 5 ;1958 :Tour de Romandie :Monaco :Tour de France: ::Winner stage 3 ::Wearing yellow jersey for one day