Mario Vicini

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Mario Vicini
Personal information
Full name Mario Vicini
Nickname Gaibera
Born (1913-02-21)21 February 1913
Cesena, Italy
Died 6 December 1995(1995-12-06) (aged 82)
Cesena, Italy
Team information
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Major wins
Italian road race champion (1940)

Mario Vicini (Cesena, 21 February 1913 — Cesena, 6 December 1995) was an Italian professional road bicycle racer. Vicini won the 1940 Italian road race championship, as well as the Giro del Lazio and the Giro di Toscana. He rode the Tour de France twice, finishing 2nd (in 1937) and 6th (in 1938). In the Giro d'Italia, Vicini won 3 stages, and finished third in 1939. He later went on to build racing bicycles, simply named "Vicini", using top of the line components. You can tell his frame and fork sets by the Vicini name stamped into the top end of the seat stay flutes and the V in the top of each side of the fork crown.


Giro delle Province Romagnole
Gran Premio di Camaiore
Giro delle Quattro Province
Tour de France:
2nd place overall classification
Tour de France:
6th place overall classification
Giro d'Italia:
Winner stage 2
Giro di Toscana
Giro d'Italia:
3rd place overall classification
Giro del Lazio
Italy Italian National Road Race Championship
Coppa Marin
Giro d'Italia:
Winner stages 15 and 16
4th place overall classification
Giro d'Italia:
7th place overall classification
Coppa Signorini

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