Nicolas Frantz was born on November 4, 1899. He died on November 8, 1985.
The rider from Luxembourg was a two-time winner of the Tour de France.
In addition, he stood on the podium another two times at the Tour de France and at the World Championship Road Race.
Frantz won the 1927 Tour de France in front of Belgians Maurice DeWaele and Julien Vervaecke.
Frantz also won the 1928 Tour de France in front of Andre Leducq of France and Maurice DeWaele of Belgium.
In his 1928 Tour victory, Frantz wore the leader's yellow jersey after every stage.
Frantz was 2nd in the 1924 Tour de France behind Italian Ottavio Bottecchia.