Marco Cimatti

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Marco Cimatti
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Born 13 February 191?
Bertalia, Italy
Died 21 May 1982(1982-05-21) (aged 70)
Bertalia, Italy
Infobox last updated on
7 June 2014

Marco Cimatti (13 February 191? – 21 May 1982) was an Italian cyclist who won a gold medal in the team pursuit at the 1932 Olympics. In 1934, he turned professional and won three stages of the 1937 Giro d'Italia and the opening stage of the 1938 Giro.[1] In 1937, he founded a small company named Cimatti, which initially produced bicycles, but in the 1950s–60s changed to mopeds and motorcycles.[2] His son Enrico later expanded the business to export motorcycles to the United States, France, Norway and Tunisia.[3]


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