List of teams and cyclists in the 1912 Giro d'Italia

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A bunch of cyclists starting to ride their bikes.
The start of the Giro d'Italia in Milan

The 1912 Giro d'Italia was the 4th edition of Giro d'Italia, one of cycling's Grand Tours, and marked four years since the first race in 1909. The Giro featured 56 riders — all of Italian descent — on 14 cycling teams, starting in Milan on 19 May and finishing in Bergamo on 4 June.[1]

The 1912 edition of the Giro d'Italia was unique in that the general classification was a point system that was based around the team rather than an individual like in years past.[1] The organizers limited the entrance of the race to teams of four, which meant there were no independent riders like in previous editions.[1] According to a La Stampa article, there were six professional teams, six incorraggiamento teams, and one military team.[2]

Teams
Atala-Dunlop Bergami Bianchi
Favero-Dunlop Gerbi Globo
Goericke Legnano L'Italiana
Peugeot Ranella Senior
Soriani Stucchi
Cyclists References

Teams[edit]

Legend
No. Starting number worn by the rider during the Giro[1][2] Pos. Position in the general classification[1][3]
DNS Denotes a rider who did not start,
followed by the stage before which they withdrew
DNF Denotes a rider who did not finish,
followed by the stage in which they withdrew
Bianchi
No. Rider Pos.
1  Dario Beni (ITA)
2  Mario Bruschera (ITA)
3  Pietro Ayomo (ITA)
4  Giuseppe Santhià (ITA)
Peugeot
No. Rider Pos.
5  Carlo Durando (ITA) 2
6  Angelo Gremo (ITA) 2
7  Ugo Agostini (ITA) 2
8  Domenico Allasia (ITA) 2
Senior
No. Rider Pos.
9  Gino Brizzi (ITA)
10  Giuseppe Contesini (ITA)
11  Eligio Bianco (ITA)
12  Cesare Osnaghi (ITA)
Gerbi
No. Rider Pos.
13  Giovanni Gerbi (ITA) 3
14  Giovanni Rossignoli (ITA) 3
15  Pierino Albini (ITA) 3
16  Lauro Bordin (ITA) 3
Atala-Dunlop
No. Rider Pos.
17  Luigi Ganna (ITA) DNF-5[1]
18  Carlo Galetti (ITA) 1
19  Giovanni Micheletto (ITA) 1
20  Eberardo Pavesi (ITA) 1
Legnano
No. Rider Pos.
21  Ernesto Azzini (ITA) 6
22  Vincenzo Borgarello (ITA) 6
23  Luigi Azzini (ITA) DNS-1[1]
24  Natale Bosco (ITA) 6
Goericke
No. Rider Pos.
25  Domenico Dilda (ITA) 4
26  Enrico Sala (ITA) 4
27  Giovanni Cocchi (ITA) 4
28  Carlo Vertua (ITA) 4
Soriani
No. Rider Pos.
29  Andrea Massironi (ITA)
30  Camillo Bertarelli (ITA)
31  Augusto Rho (ITA)
32  Rinaldo Spinelli (ITA)
Ranelli
No. Rider Pos.
33  Senofonte Castellini (ITA)
34  Giovanni Roncon (ITA)
35  Antonio Della Fusine (ITA)
36  Emilio Pagani (ITA)
Favero-Dunlop
No. Rider Pos.
37  Guglielmo Zanella (ITA)
38  Gino Zanchetta (ITA)
39  Luigi Molon (ITA)
40  Evaristo Lello (ITA)
L'Italiana
No. Rider Pos.
41  Ildebrando Gamberini (ITA)
42  Alfonso Calzolari (ITA)
43  Cesare Zini (ITA)
44  Aldo Benassi (ITA)
Bergami
No. Rider Pos.
45  Azeglio Tomarelli (ITA)
46  Giuseppe Perna (ITA)
47  Antonio Rotondi (ITA)
48  Umberto Zoffolo (ITA) DNS-1[1]
Globo
No. Rider Pos.
49  Sante Goi (ITA) 5
50  Cesare Goi (ITA) 5
51  Mario Santagostino (ITA) 5
52  Alberto Maverna (ITA) 5
Stucchi
No. Rider Pos.
53  Michele Robotti (ITA)
54  Emanuele Garda (ITA)
55  Carlo Oriani (ITA)
56  Pietro Fasoli (ITA)

Teams[edit]

Legend
No. Starting number worn by the rider during the Giro
Pos. Position in the general classification
Comp. Denotes whether the rider completed the race[4]
DNS Denotes a rider who did not start, followed by the stage before which they withdrew
DNF Denotes a rider who did not finish, followed by the stage in which they withdrew
Prize Money This refers to the amount of lire given to the team based on their general classification finish and does not include the lire given for stage placings[2]
Pos. Team Prize Money
Team Name No. Riders Comp.
1 Atala-Dunlop 17  Luigi Ganna (ITA) No, DNF-5[1] 4000 lire
18  Carlo Galetti (ITA) Yes
19  Giovanni Micheletto (ITA) Yes
20  Eberardo Pavesi (ITA) Yes
2 Peugeot 5  Carlo Durando (ITA) Yes 2000 lire
6  Angelo Gremo (ITA) Yes
7  Ugo Agostoni (ITA) Yes
8  Domenico Allasia (ITA) Yes
3 Gerbi 13  Giovanni Gerbi (ITA) Yes 1000 lire
14  Giovanni Rossignoli (ITA) Yes
15  Pierino Albini (ITA) Yes
16  Lauro Bordin (ITA) Yes
4 Goericke 25  Domenico Dilda (ITA) Yes 600 lire
26  Enrico Sala (ITA) Yes
27  Giovanni Cocchi (ITA) Yes
28  Carlo Vertua (ITA) Yes
5 Globo 49  Sante Goi (ITA) Yes 400 lire
50  Cesare Goi (ITA) Yes
51  Mario Santagostino (ITA) Yes
52  Alberto Maverna (ITA) Yes
6 Legnano 21  Ernesto Azzini (ITA) Yes
22  Vincenzo Borgarello (ITA) Yes
23  Luigi Azzini (ITA) DNS-1[1]
24  Natale Bosco (ITA) No
Bianchi 1  Dario Beni (ITA) No
2  Mario Bruschera (ITA) No
3  Pietro Ayomo (ITA) No
4  Giuseppe Santhià (ITA) No
Senior 9  Gino Brizzi (ITA) No
10  Giuseppe Contesini (ITA) No
11  Eligio Bianco (ITA) No
12  Cesare Osnaghi (ITA) No
Soriani 29  Andrea Massironi (ITA) No
30  Camillo Bertarelli (ITA) No
31  Augusto Rho (ITA) No
32  Rinaldo Spinelli (ITA) No
Ranelli 33  Senofonte Castellini (ITA) No
34  Giovanni Roncon (ITA) No
35  Antonio Della Fusine (ITA) No
36  Emilio Pagani (ITA) No
Favero-Dunlop 37  Guglielmo Zanella (ITA) No
38  Gino Zanchetta (ITA) No
39  Luigi Molon (ITA) No
40  Evaristo Lello (ITA) No
L'Italiana 41  Ildebrando Gamberini (ITA) No
42  Alfonso Calzolari (ITA) No
43  Cesare Zini (ITA) No
44  Aldo Benassi (ITA) No
Bergami 45  Azeglio Tomarelli (ITA) No
46  Giuseppe Perna (ITA) Yes
47  Antonio Rotondi (ITA) Yes
48  Umberto Zoffolo (ITA) DNS-1[1]
Stucchi 53  Michele Robotti (ITA) Yes
54  Emanuele Garda (ITA) Yes
55  Carlo Oriani (ITA) No
56  Pietro Fasoli (ITA) Yes

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Bill and Carol McGann. "1912 Giro d'Italia". Bike Race Info. Dog Ear Publishing. Retrieved 2012-07-10. 
  2. ^ a b c "Il IV Giro ciclistico d'Italia" [The Fourth Cycling Tour of Italy] (PDF). La Stampa (in Italian) (Editrice La Stampa). 18 May 1912. p. 5. Retrieved 27 May 2012. 
  3. ^ "La Vuelta De Italia" [The Giro d'Italia] (PDF). El Mundo Deportivo (in Spanish) (El Mundo Deportivo S.A.). 13 June 1912. p. 4. Retrieved 27 May 2012. 
  4. ^ "L'ultima tappa del Giro d'Italia" [The Final Stage of the Giro d'Italia] (PDF). La Stampa (in Italian) (Editrice La Stampa). 5 June 1912. p. 6. Retrieved 27 May 2012.