Matthias Pfannenmüller

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Matthias Pfannenmüller Road cycling
To person
Date of birth November 24, 1920
nation GermanyGermany Germany
discipline Road cycling, track cycling
End of career 1955
RC Herpersdorf 1919
Team (s)
1948-1955 express
Most important successes
German railway championships
1948 German championsteam pursuit
German road cycling championships
1948 German championsteam time trial
Last updated: June 28, 2014

Matthias Pfannenmüller (born November 24, 1920 ) is a German racing cyclist .


In 1948 Matthias Pfannenmüller and his club RC Herpersdorf became two-time German champions, in team pursuit on the track (together with Gerhard Stubbe , Heinrich Rühl and Gotthard Dinta ) and in the team time trial on the road (with Stubbe, Rühl and Heinz Jakobi ). In 1949 Pfannenmüller won a stage of the IRA Green Belt , a forerunner of the Tour of Germany , the Hochland Tour , the race across the Bavarian Highlands and a stage and the overall ranking of the Echarpe d'Or .

In 1950 Pfannenmüller took second place in the overall ranking of the Tour of Germany and won the Tour of the Black Forest . In 1953 he finished third in the German championship in road racing . At the UCI Road World Championships he was at the start in 1951 and 1953 , where he was eliminated in both races.

After the 1955 season, he ended his cycling career.

References and comments

  1. It is not known whether Matthias Pfannenmüller is still alive.
  2. ^ Association of German cyclists (ed.): Radsport . No. 23/1980 . German sports publisher Kurt Stoof, Cologne, p. 18 .
  3. ^ Association of German cyclists (ed.): Radsport . No. 33/1966 . Deutscher Sportverlag Kurt Stoof, Cologne 1966, p. 8 .

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