GIRO D'ITALIA Fiorenzo Magni Bicycle Poster
Fiorenzo Magni (17 December 1920– 19 October 2012) Was the "third man" of the golden age of Italian cycling, at the time of the rivalry between Fausto Coppi and Gino Bartali. Magni seemed to be at his best the worse the weather became. His three victories at the Tour of Flanders were in harsh, cold conditions. In 1956 at the Giro d’Italia Magni broke his clavicle on stage 12 and still managed to finish second overall in his retirement year.
- General classification winner 3 times
- 6 stage wins
Tour de France
- 12 stage wins
Vuelta a España
- Point classification winner 1955
- 3 stage wins
Numerous other professional races.
Fine art giclee print on heavy acid free archival paper using 100+ year fade resistant inks.
POSTER SIZING: The three smaller size posters are printed to the exact size and will fit readily available standard sized frames. The larger sizes have the first dimension exact (31 in. x 42 in.) (38 in. x 52 in.), (43 in. x 60 in). The second dimension (Vertical) may be longer or shorter depending on the proportion of the original poster.
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