Giro del Piemonte

The Giro del Piemonte, since 2009 known also as Gran Piemonte, is a semi classic European bicycle race held in the Apennine Mountains, Italy. The race first took place in 1906. Since 2005, the race has been organised as a 1.HC event on the UCI Europe Tour. It is usually held a few days before the more important race Giro di Lombardia.

Giro del Piemonte
Giro del Piemonte logo.svg
DateMid-October
RegionPiedmont, Italy
English nameTour of Piedmont
Local name(s)Giro del Piemonte or Gran Piemonte (in Italian)
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeOne-day
OrganiserRCS Sport
Web sitewww.ilgranpiemonte.it/it/ Edit this at Wikidata
First edition1906 (1906)
Editions102 (as of 2018)
First winner Giovanni Gerbi (ITA)
Most wins
Most recent Egan Bernal (COL)

In 2007, the race was not ridden because of sponsorship problems, but in 2008 it was back again.

The 2013 edition was again cancelled due to financial problems.[1]

WinnersEdit

Year Country Rider Team
1906   Italy Giovanni Gerbi Maino
1907 No race
1908   Italy Giovanni Gerbi Maino
1909 No race
1910   Italy Vincenzo Borgarello Bianchi
1911   Italy Mario Bruschera Bianchi
1912   Italy Costante Costa individual
1913   Italy Romolo Verde individual
1914   Italy Giuseppe Santhià Ganna-Dunlop
1915   Italy Natale Bosco individual
1916   Italy Francesco Cerutti individual
1917   Italy Domenico Schierano individual
1918   Italy Ugo Bianchi individual
1919   Italy Costante Girardengo Stucchi-Dunlop
1920   Italy Costante Girardengo Stucchi-Dunlop
1921   Italy Giovanni Brunero Legnano-Pirelli
1922   Italy Angelo Gremo Bianchi-Salga
1923   Italy Bartolomeo Aimo Atala
1924   Italy Costante Girardengo Maino
1925   Italy Gaetano Belloni Wolsit-Pirelli
1926   Italy Alfredo Binda Legnano-Pirelli
1927   Italy Alfredo Binda Legnano-Pirelli
1928   Italy Marco Giuntelli Touring-Pirelli
1929   Italy Antonio Negrini Maino-Clément
1930   Italy Ambrogio Morelli Gloria-Hutchinson
1931   Italy Mario Cipriani individual
1932   Italy Giuseppe Martano individual
1933   Italy Antonio Folco individual
1934   Italy Learco Guerra Maino-Clément
1935   Italy Aldo Bini Maino-Girardengo
1936   Italy Aldo Bini Maino
1937   Italy Gino Bartali Legnano
1938   Italy Pietro Rimoldi Ganna
1939   Italy Gino Bartali Legnano
1940   Italy Cino Cinelli Bianchi
1941   Italy Aldo Bini Bianchi
1942   Italy Fiorenzo Magni Bianchi
1943–1944 No race
1945   Italy Secondo Barisone individual
1946   Italy Sergio Maggini Benotto-Superga
1947   Italy Vito Ortelli Benotto-Superga
1948   Italy Renzo Soldani individual
1949   Italy Adolfo Leoni Legnano-Pirelli
1950   Italy Alfredo Martini Taurea-Pirelli
1951   Italy Gino Bartali Bartali-Ursus
1952   Italy Giorgio Albani Legnano
1953   Italy Fiorenzo Magni Ganna-Ursus
1954   Italy Nino Defilippis Torpado-Ursus
1955   Italy Giuseppe Minardi Legnano
1956   Italy Fiorenzo Magni Nivea-Fuchs
1957   Italy Silvano Ciampi Faema-Guerra
1958   Italy Nino Defilippis Carpano
1959   Italy Silvano Ciampi Bianchi-Pirelli
1960   Italy Alfredo Sabbadin Philco
1961   Italy Angelo Conterno Baratti-Milano
1962   Italy Vito Taccone Atala
1963   Italy Adriano Durante Legnano
1964   Belgium Willy Bocklant Flandria–Romeo
1965   Italy Romeo Venturelli Bianchi-Mobylette
1966   West Germany Rudi Altig Molteni
1968 No race
1967   Italy Guido De Rosso Vittadello
1969   Italy Marino Basso Molteni
1970   Italy Italo Zilioli Faemino-Faema
1971   Italy Felice Gimondi Salvarani
1972   Belgium Eddy Merckx Molteni
1973   Italy Felice Gimondi Bianchi-Campagnolo
1974   Italy Francesco Moser Filotex
1975–1976 No race
1977   Belgium Roger De Vlaeminck Brooklyn
1978   Italy Gianbattista Baronchelli Scic
1979   Italy Silvano Contini Bianchi-Faema
1980   Italy Gianbattista Baronchelli Bianchi-Piaggio
1981   Italy Marino Amadori Magniflex
1982   Spain Faustino Rupérez Zor-Helios
1983   Italy Guido Bontempi Inoxpran
1984   France Christian Jourdan La Vie Claire
1985   France Charly Mottet Renault-Elf
1986   Italy Gianni Bugno Atala-Ofmega
1987   Netherlands Adrie Van Der Poel PDM–Concorde
1988   Germany Rolf Gölz Superconfex–Yoko–Opel–Colnago
1989   Italy Claudio Chiappucci Carrera Jeans–Vagabond
1990   Italy Franco Ballerini Del Tongo
1991   Uzbekistan Djamolidine Abdoujaparov Carrera Jeans–Tassoni
1992   Netherlands Erik Breukink PDM–Concorde
1993    Switzerland Beat Zberg Carrera Jeans–Tassoni
1994   Italy Nicola Miceli Carrera Jeans–Tassoni
1995   Italy Claudio Chiappucci Carrera Jeans–Tassoni
1996   France Richard Virenque Festina–Lotus
1997   Italy Gianluca Bortolami Festina–Lotus
1998   Italy Marco Serpellini Brescialat-Liquigas
1999   Italy Andrea Tafi Mapei–Quick-Step
2000 No race
2001   Belgium Nico Mattan Cofidis
2002   Italy Luca Paolini Mapei–Quick-Step
2003   Italy Alessandro Bertolini Alessio
2004   Australia Allan Davis Liberty Seguros
2005   Brazil Murilo Fischer Naturino-Sapore di Mare
2006   Italy Daniele Bennati Lampre–Fondital
2007 No race
2008   Italy Daniele Bennati Liquigas
2009   Belgium Philippe Gilbert Silence–Lotto
2010   Belgium Philippe Gilbert Omega Pharma–Lotto
2011   Spain Daniel Moreno Team Katusha
2012   Colombia Rigoberto Urán Team Sky
2013–2014 No race
2015   Belgium Jan Bakelants AG2R La Mondiale
2016   Italy Giacomo Nizzolo Italian national selection
2017   Italy Fabio Aru Astana
2018   Italy Sonny Colbrelli Bahrain–Merida
2019   Colombia Egan Bernal Team Ineos

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2013 Giro del Piemonte cancelled". Cyclingnews.com. Future plc. 9 August 2013. Retrieved 2 October 2013.

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