Fausto Coppi (winner) during the Tour of Italy, at the Stelvio Pass, on Monday, 6 / 1 / 1953.
RF2BTFK09Fausto Coppi (winner) during the Tour of Italy, at the Stelvio Pass, on Monday, 6 / 1 / 1953.
Dec 08, 1952 - Munchhouse, Alsace, France - (File Photo) ANGELO FAUSTO COPPI, left, was an Italian racing cyclist. Nicknamed 'Il Campionissimo' (Champion of the Champions) he was one of the most successful and most popular cyclists of all time. He twice won the Tour de France (1949 and 1952), and five times the Giro d'Italia (1940, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1953). PICTURED: ANGELO FAUSTO C
RMDMWMNKDec 08, 1952 - Munchhouse, Alsace, France - (File Photo) ANGELO FAUSTO COPPI, left, was an Italian racing cyclist. Nicknamed 'Il Campionissimo' (Champion of the Champions) he was one of the most successful and most popular cyclists of all time. He twice won the Tour de France (1949 and 1952), and five times the Giro d'Italia (1940, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1953). PICTURED: ANGELO FAUSTO C
12th Baracchi Trophy (1953). The winner Fausto Coppi and Jacques Anquetil with the supporters --- Milano, 04/11/1953. 12° Trofeo Baracchi. Nella foto: il vincitore Fausto Coppi (sin.) e Jacques Anquetil con i tifosi.
RM2D8J7NY12th Baracchi Trophy (1953). The winner Fausto Coppi and Jacques Anquetil with the supporters --- Milano, 04/11/1953. 12° Trofeo Baracchi. Nella foto: il vincitore Fausto Coppi (sin.) e Jacques Anquetil con i tifosi.
fausto coppi and giulia occhini, 1953
RMRF4PKMfausto coppi and giulia occhini, 1953
Dec 08, 1952 - Munchhouse, Alsace, France - (File Photo) ANGELO FAUSTO COPPI was an Italian racing cyclist. Nicknamed 'Il Campionissimo' (Champion of the Champions) he was one of the most successful and most popular cyclists of all time. He twice won the Tour de France (1949 and 1952), and five times the Giro d'Italia (1940, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1953). PICTURED: ANGELO FAUSTO COPPI on
RMDMWMNHDec 08, 1952 - Munchhouse, Alsace, France - (File Photo) ANGELO FAUSTO COPPI was an Italian racing cyclist. Nicknamed 'Il Campionissimo' (Champion of the Champions) he was one of the most successful and most popular cyclists of all time. He twice won the Tour de France (1949 and 1952), and five times the Giro d'Italia (1940, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1953). PICTURED: ANGELO FAUSTO COPPI on
12th Baracchi Trophy (1953). The winner Fausto Coppi and Jacques Anquetil with the supporters---Milano, 04/11/1953. 12° Trofeo Baracchi. Nella foto: il vincitore Fausto Coppi (sin.) e Jacques Anquetil con i tifosi.
RM2D8J7MP12th Baracchi Trophy (1953). The winner Fausto Coppi and Jacques Anquetil with the supporters---Milano, 04/11/1953. 12° Trofeo Baracchi. Nella foto: il vincitore Fausto Coppi (sin.) e Jacques Anquetil con i tifosi.
Cyclist Fausto Coppi passes through the Stelvio Pass during the Bolzano-Bormio stage of the 36th Giro d'Italia, June 1953. --- Il ciclista Fausto Coppi passa dal Passo dello Stelvio durante la tappa Bolzano-Bormio del 36° Giro d'Italia, giugno 1953.
RM2D3072DCyclist Fausto Coppi passes through the Stelvio Pass during the Bolzano-Bormio stage of the 36th Giro d'Italia, June 1953. --- Il ciclista Fausto Coppi passa dal Passo dello Stelvio durante la tappa Bolzano-Bormio del 36° Giro d'Italia, giugno 1953.
Fausto Coppi (Ita) engaged on the ascent of Pordoi during the 19th stage (Auronzo-Bolzano) of the 36th Giro d'Italia, 31 May 1953. --- Fausto Coppi (Ita) impegnato sulla salita del Pordoi durante la 19° tappa (Auronzo-Bolzano) del 36° Giro d'Italia, 31 maggio 1953.
RM2D13PYMFausto Coppi (Ita) engaged on the ascent of Pordoi during the 19th stage (Auronzo-Bolzano) of the 36th Giro d'Italia, 31 May 1953. --- Fausto Coppi (Ita) impegnato sulla salita del Pordoi durante la 19° tappa (Auronzo-Bolzano) del 36° Giro d'Italia, 31 maggio 1953.
Fausto Coppi engaged on the Stelvio climb during the 19th stage (Bolzano-Bormio) of the 36th Giro d 'Italia of cycling, 1 June 1953. --- Fausto Coppi impegnato sulla salita dello Stelvio durante la 19° tappa (Bolzano-Bormio) del 36° Giro d' Italia di ciclismo, 1 giugno 1953.
RM2D36EW9Fausto Coppi engaged on the Stelvio climb during the 19th stage (Bolzano-Bormio) of the 36th Giro d 'Italia of cycling, 1 June 1953. --- Fausto Coppi impegnato sulla salita dello Stelvio durante la 19° tappa (Bolzano-Bormio) del 36° Giro d' Italia di ciclismo, 1 giugno 1953.
Dec 08, 1952 - Munchhouse, Alsace, France - (File Photo) ANGELO FAUSTO COPPI was an Italian racing cyclist. Nicknamed 'Il Campionissimo' (Champion of the Champions) he was one of the most successful and most popular cyclists of all time. He twice won the Tour de France (1949 and 1952), and five times the Giro d'Italia (1940, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1953). PICTURED: ANGELO FAUSTO COPPI on hunting trip.
RME0KYHYDec 08, 1952 - Munchhouse, Alsace, France - (File Photo) ANGELO FAUSTO COPPI was an Italian racing cyclist. Nicknamed 'Il Campionissimo' (Champion of the Champions) he was one of the most successful and most popular cyclists of all time. He twice won the Tour de France (1949 and 1952), and five times the Giro d'Italia (1940, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1953). PICTURED: ANGELO FAUSTO COPPI on hunting trip.
Fausto Coppi engaged on the Stelvio climb during the 19th stage (Bolzano-Bormio) of the 36th Giro d 'Italia of cycling, 1 June 1953. --- Fausto Coppi impegnato sulla salita dello Stelvio durante la 19° tappa (Bolzano-Bormio) del 36° Giro d' Italia di ciclismo, 1 giugno 1953.
RM2D36F2HFausto Coppi engaged on the Stelvio climb during the 19th stage (Bolzano-Bormio) of the 36th Giro d 'Italia of cycling, 1 June 1953. --- Fausto Coppi impegnato sulla salita dello Stelvio durante la 19° tappa (Bolzano-Bormio) del 36° Giro d' Italia di ciclismo, 1 giugno 1953.
Dec 08, 1952 - Munchhouse, Alsace, France - (File Photo) ANGELO FAUSTO COPPI, left, was an Italian racing cyclist. Nicknamed 'Il Campionissimo' (Champion of the Champions) he was one of the most successful and most popular cyclists of all time. He twice won the Tour de France (1949 and 1952), and five times the Giro d'Italia (1940, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1953). PICTURED: ANGELO FAUSTO COPPI on hunting trip.
RME0KYJ0Dec 08, 1952 - Munchhouse, Alsace, France - (File Photo) ANGELO FAUSTO COPPI, left, was an Italian racing cyclist. Nicknamed 'Il Campionissimo' (Champion of the Champions) he was one of the most successful and most popular cyclists of all time. He twice won the Tour de France (1949 and 1952), and five times the Giro d'Italia (1940, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1953). PICTURED: ANGELO FAUSTO COPPI on hunting trip.