GIRO D'ITALIA Serse Coppi Bicycle Poster
Serse Coppi (19 March 1923 – 29 June 1951) The younger brother of Fausto Coppi. His biggest professional win was the 1949 Paris-Roubaix Race. He tragically died from a race crash in the final kilometer of the 1951 Giro del Piomonte. Seemingly not injured that badly he was able to ride to his hotel after the crash. Later he was taken to the hospital with a brain concussion and died in Fausto's arms before an operation could be performed.
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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