1999 Grand Prix Cycliste de Beauce Young Rider Classification Jersey by Louis Garneau.
The red jersey for the best young rider from the 1999 Grand Prix Cycliste de Beauce is signed by David Clinger, the winner of Stage 4, part B, riding for Mercury Cycling.
Mercury sponsored the American cycling team from 1998 – 2002. During those years the team won 535 races and was the Velo News Team of the year.
Tour de Beauce is a men’s elite professional road race held each June in the Beauce region of Quebec, Canada founded in 1986. The Queen Stage of the Tour de Beauce features the ascension of the iconic Mont-Mégantic National Park, a 6-km climb averaging 18% grade on the highest elevation road in the Province of Quebec. The race has five stages, including two half-stages, one of which is usually held in Québec City. Quebec has hosted a stage of the Tour de Beauce for the last 25 consecutive years.