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Heinz Müller (cyclist)

Heinz Müller
Personal information
Full name Heinz Müller
Born (1924-09-16)September 16, 1924
Tuningen, Germany
Died September 25, 1975(1975-09-25) (aged 51)
Team information
Discipline Road, Track
Role Rider
Major wins
World Road Race Champion (1952)
Infobox last updated on
February 1, 2008

Heinz Müller (September 16, 1924, Tuningen, Württemberg - September 25, 1975) was a German road bicycle racer who won the UCI Road Cycling World Championship in 1952.


1949 – Bauer
1st, Stage 9, Deutschland Tour
4th, National Road Race Championship
1950 – Bauer
8th, Overall, Deutschland Tour
Winner Stages 7 & 15
1951 – Bauer, Adria
1st, Stage 9, Deutschland Tour
1952 – Bauer, Tebag
Arc en ciel.svg World Road Race Champion
1st, Köln Classic
4th, Overall, Deutschland Tour
Winner Stages 5, 9b & 11
1953 – Bauer, Tigra, La Perle
 Germany Road Race Champion
1st, Stage 5, Tour du Sud-Est
1st, Stuttgart
3rd, National Sprint Championship
3rd, Overall, Deutsches Dreitagerennen
Winner Stage 1
4th, Overall, Midi Libre
1954 – Tebag
1st, GP Herperdorsfer
1955 – Tebag, Rabeneick, Bismarck
1st, GP Express
4th, Overall, Deutschland Tour
Winner Stages 5 & 7
5th, National Road Race Championship
1956 – Bauer, Rabeneick
1st, GP Continental
3rd, National Road Race Championship
1957 – Altenburger, Feru, Fichtel & Sachs
1st, Köln Classic
1st, Stage 8, Tour de Suisse
3rd, National Madison Championship (with Walter Schurmann)
5th, National Road Race Championship
1958 – Altenburger, Feru, Molteni, Solo
1st, Berner Rundfahrt
1959 – Altenburger, Feru
1960 – Torpedo

External links

  • Heinz Müller profile at Cycling Archives

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