Ernst Dubach

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Ernst Dubach (born January 20, 1881 in Biel ; † January 14, 1982 ibid) was a Swiss cyclist .

Ernst Dubach was a professional from 1900 to 1914. In 1902 he became a Swiss road master. Further victories were: Championship of Biel (1900), Grand Prix de Tramelan (1902), Championship of Zealand (1901) and Prize of Zofingen (1901). After retiring as a professional, he was twice Swiss senior mountain champion (1917 and 1919).

Dubach remained active in sports into old age. At the age of 80, he cycled 150 kilometers a day; It was not until he was 96 that he gave up cycling. Ernst Dubach died in 1982 shortly before his 101st birthday.

Individual evidence

  1. Velo Gotha , Brussels 1984, p. 163

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