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1914 Milano - San Remo

8th edition: Sunday, April 5, 1914

Podium History of Milano-San Remo | 1915 edition | 1913 edition |

286.5 km. 72 starters, 42 classified finishers

Ugo Agostoni

Ugo Agostoni

Complete Results:

  1. Ugo Agostoni 10hr 32min 32sec. 27.18 km/hr
  2. Carlo Galetti (Bianchi-Pirelli) s.t.
  3. Charles Crupelandt (La Française-Hutchinson) s.t.
  4. Jean Alavoine (Peugeot-Wolber) s.t.
  5. Giuseppe Santhià s.t.
  6. Luigi Ganna s.t.
  7. Luigi Lucotti (Maino-Dunlop) s.t.
  8. Vincenzo Borgarello s.t.
  9. Donald Kirkham s.t.
  10. Alfonso Calzolari (Stucchi-Dunlop) s.t.
  11. Giuseppe Pifferi (Peugeot-Wolber) @ ?
  12. Carlo Oriani (Bianchi-Pirelli)
  13. Jules Masselis (La Française-Hutchinson)
  14. Romolo Verde (Maino-Dunlop)
  15. Mario Spinelli (Globo-Dunlop)
  16. Angelo Gremo
  17. Costante Girardengo
  18. Lorenzo Saccone (Bianchi-Pirelli)
  19. Dario Beni
  20. Giuseppe Azzini
  21. Giovanni Cervi (Bianchi-Pirelli)
  22. Eberardo Pavesi
  23. Victor Doms (Automoto-Continental)
  24. Carlo Durando (Maino-Dunlop)
  25. Emilio Petiva (Stucchi-Dunlop)
  26. Ivor Munro
  27. Giosué Lombardi (Maino-Dunlop)
  28. Charles Piercy
  29. Luigi Molon (Bianchi-Pirelli)
  30. Domenico Allasia (Bianchi-Pirelli)
  31. Ottavio Pratesi (Alcyon-Soly)
  32. Pietro Aymo (Maino-Dunlop)
  33. Enrico Sala (Atala-Dunlop)
  34. Mario Marangoni
  35. Giovanni Fassi (Globo-Dunlop)
  36. Clemente Canepari (Stucchi-Dunlop)
  37. Giovanni Rossignoli
  38. Giovanni Bassi
  39. Guglielmo Bassi
  40. Giuseppe Contesini
  41. Dante Ricci
  42. Francesco Di Gennaro