| Jules Vanhevel|
| 10 March 1895
Koekelare, Belgium (1895-03-10) |
July 21, 1969, Ostend, Belgium
Jules Vanhevel Wikipedia
Jules Vanhevel (10 March 1895 in Koekelare – 21 July 1969 in Oostende) was a Belgian racing cyclist. He was a professional from 1919 to 1936.
In the literature, his name is often misspelled as "Jules Van Hevel. The cyclist Jules A. Vanhevel should not be confused with Jules K. Vanhevel, the last miller of the East Mill at Gistel, a relative
Jules Vanhevel his first racing bike was a Bercley.
Jules Vanhevel served as a cyclist in the 1st Artillery Regiment and later in the trench mortars Van Doren of the 1st Army Division. He was injured and was sent to England ill.
In the ancient hostelry 'De Engel' at Ichtegem, of the family Maeckelbergh, one can admire a unique collection of Jules Vanhevel. Robert Maeckelbergh was the caretaker of Jules Vanhevel and married his sister Lea.