Ron Coe

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Ron Coe
Personal information
Full name Ronald Coe[1]
Born (1933-01-29) January 29, 1933 (age 81)
 England
 United Kingdom
Team information
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
1957
1958
1958–1959
1958
1960
1961
1962
1966
Wilson Cycles (GB)
Splendor (BEL)
Elswick Hopper (GB)
Bertin - The Dura (BEL)
Bertin - The Dura - Milremo (FRA)
Bertin - l'Avenir - Milremo (FRA)
Margnat - Paloma (FRA)
Viking - Trumann's Steel[2]
Infobox last updated on
28 May 2008

Ron Coe (born 29 January 1933 – 5 March 1988)[2] was an English professional cyclist from Barnsley and a multiple British National Road Race Champion.[3]

Palmarès[edit]

1957
1st British National Road Race Championships (BLRC Independent Road Race)
1st Lincoln Grand Prix[4]
1st Tour of the Lakes
1st Stage 3, Tour of the Lakes
1958
1st British National Road Race Championships (BLRC Independent Road Race)
1st Lincoln Grand Prix
3rd Stage 2a, Tour du Var, Frejus (FRA)
1st Stage 3, Milk Race, Scarborough
1st Stage 7, Milk Race, Llandrindod
1st Stage 8, Milk Race, Weston
1st Stage 11, Milk Race, Bournemouth
2nd Stage 12, Milk Race, Thames Ditton
1959
1st British National Road Race Championships (Professional)
1st Lincoln Grand Prix
1st Archer International Grand Prix
1st Stage 2, Milk Race, Scarborough
1st Stage 5, Milk Race, Blackpool
2nd Stage 6, Milk Race, Rhyl

References[edit]

  1. ^ England & Wales subst:BDM, Ronald Coe; Jan/Feb/Mar 1933; Registration District: Barnsley; Mothers Maiden Name: Coe; Volume: 9c; Page: 448
  2. ^ a b "Ron Coe". Cycling Website. 
  3. ^ "J Wilson Cycles History". 
  4. ^ "Old and New Faces at Lincoln". British Cycling.