Faemino–Faema

Faemino–Faema was a professional cycling team that existed from 1968 to 1970.[1][2] Faema's most prominent rider was Eddy Merckx who won his first four grand tours with the team.

Faemino–Faema
Faemino-Faema 1970.jpg
The Faemino–Faema of 1970
Team information
RegisteredItaly (1968)
Belgium (1969–1970)
Founded1968 (1968)
Disbanded1970
Discipline(s)Road
BicyclesMasi Bicycles (1968)
Eddy Merckx Cycles (1969–1970)
Team name history
1968–1969
1970
Faema
Faemino–Faema

Major resultsEdit

Sources:[3][4]

1968
GP Monaco, Roger Swerts
Romana Lombardo, Eddy Merckx
GP Lugano, Eddy Merckx
Overall Giro di Sardegna, Eddy Merckx
Stages 1 & 5b, Eddy Merckx
Stage 3, Guido Reybrouck
Stage 4a TTT Paris–Nice
Stage 1 Tirreno-Adriatico, Vittorio Adorni
Overall Volta Ciclista a Catalunya, Eddy Merckx
Stage 1, Guido Reybrouck
Stages 2 & 6b, Eddy Merckx
Stage 6a, Roger Swerts
Stages 2 & 4 Setmana-Catalana, Guido Reybrouck
Stage 3 Setmana-Catalana, Eddy Merckx
Trofeo Dicen, Eddy Merckx
Stage 2 Tour of Belgium, Eddy Merckx
Paris-Roubaix, Eddy Merckx
De Brabantse Pijl, Victor Van Schil
Stage 13 Vuelta a España, Victor Van Schil
Overall Tour de Romandie, Eddy Merckx
Stage 1b, Eddy Merckx
Overall   Giro d'Italia, Eddy Merckx
Team Cassification
Mountains Classification, Eddy Merckx
  Points Classification, Eddy Merckx
Stages 1, 8 & 12, Eddy Merckx
Stages 3, 11 & 22, Guido Reybrouck
Stage 10, Emilio Casalini
Stage 13, Lino Farisato
Giro delle Tre Provincie, Luciano Armani
Tre Valli Varesine, Eddy Merckx
Omloop der Zennevallei, Victor Van Schil
Stage 2 Paris–Luxembourg, Guido Reybrouck
Baden-Baden, Vittorio Adorni
Heist-op-den-Berg, Victor Van Schil
Circuit des Frontières, Guido Reybrouck
Paris - Tours, Guido Reybrouck
Overall A Travers Lausanne, Eddy Merckx
Stages 1 & 2, Eddy Merckx


ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Faema (1968)" (in French). Mémoire du cyclisme. Retrieved 1 February 2017.
  2. ^ "Faemino - Faema (1970)" (in French). Mémoire du cyclisme. Retrieved 1 February 2017.
  3. ^ "Faema »1968". procyclingstats. Retrieved 20 October 2019.
  4. ^ "1968 Faema". firstcycling. Retrieved 20 October 2019.

External linksEdit

  Media related to Faemino–Faema at Wikimedia Commons