|Date of birth||November 24, 1920|
|discipline||Road cycling, track cycling|
|End of career||1955|
|RC Herpersdorf 1919|
|Most important successes|
|Last updated: June 28, 2014|
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
- It is not known whether Matthias Pfannenmüller is still alive.
- Association of German cyclists (ed.): Radsport . No. 23/1980 . German sports publisher Kurt Stoof, Cologne, p. 18 .
- Association of German cyclists (ed.): Radsport . No. 33/1966 . Deutscher Sportverlag Kurt Stoof, Cologne 1966, p. 8 .
- Matthias Pfannenmüller in the Radsportseiten.net database
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German racing cyclist|
|DATE OF BIRTH||November 24, 1920|