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Panobol 70

Michel Montange Alias "Micou"

20x45
cm
30x68
cm
40x90
cm
50x114
cm
Fine Art print
Baryta Hahnemühle 315g
Alu mounted print
Hanging bars
Shadow
Gap Frame
Black/White/Oak wood
Acrylic print
Aluminium brace
Starting

62,50 €

LocationMonthléry
Prints issueLIMITED EDITION 30 prints ONLY
Shooting date12 Septembre 1970
Original pictureNegative
FormatsPanoramic
Era1960-1980
ColorsBlack&White
CollectionVintage
Michel Montange Alias
Michel Montange Alias "Micou"

Born in March 1948. First two-wheelers in 1965, motorcycle license in November 1966 ... I quickly became part of a motorcycle club that included several national speed bikers, so frequenting Monthlery and I immediately bathed inside the bike's world in general, and racing in particular, which began to bubble after a big hollow period. A level missed in 1967 and photo school in 1968/69, so, randomly, photos of motorcycles. In this same motorcycle club, Jean-Pierre Drexler creates the monthly magazine "Les Motards". This is where my first picture appears, then my first report on a run at Mallory Park. The fact of having immediately bathed in the racing world made me live together since the beginnings with all the future French champions: Rougerie, Ravel, Pons, Balde, Fau, Leon, Chemarin etc .... 1970, the army, just deserter a weekend not to miss the Grand Prix de France at Le Mans. January 1971, my first job: journalist photographer at Automoto, created by Michel Hommel, who will become Moto Journal at No. 42 in autumn 71. I left at the end of March 2008 when I retired, with some infidelities at the beginning with the monthly mag "La Moto" (Hommel), "Sport Moto" (Bussillet, Beau, Rouge, Boulme) and "Moto 1" (the aptly named, number 2 has never been released). Very present in speed and endurance at the beginning, I turned towards trail and enduro when the phenomenon appeared in France, but my main job was photographer for bikes tests. I took a break from a few years in the mid-70s during which I realized paintings ... motorcycles and helmets pilots.

A few seconds before the start of the Bol 70. Machines and men are still certain to spend 24 hours quiet. Paul Smart and Tom Dickie will win the race with their Triumph 3 cylinder. In 1971, Triumph won a new Bol d'Or before disappearing against the Japanese wave.

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Panobol 70 - Michel Montange

Panobol 70 - Michel Montange

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