5th Giro d'Italia 1913 (Italy)

 
   
 
By Barry Boyce, CyclingRevealed Historian
 

Oriani Victory Without a Stage Win

The General Classification was decided on points for individuals. Carlo Oriani rode a powerful and consistent race, finishing in the top 10 on every stage to gain the Giro victory.

SPECIAL NOTE: The 1913 team winner Maino, introduced a rising star by the name of Constante Girardengo. Girardengo would become Italy's first great Campionissimo.

 

Stage Winner

Race Leader

Stage 1 Milan-Genova, 341 km

Giuseppe Santhia (Ita)

Giuseppe Santhia (Ita)

Stage 2 Genova-Siena, 332 km

Eberardo Pavesi (Ita)

Pierino Albini (Ita)

Stage 3 Siena-Rome, 317 km

Giuseppe Santhia (Ita)

Giuseppe Santhia (Ita)

Stage 4 Rome-Salerno, 341 km

Giuseppe Azzini (Ita)

Giuseppe Santhia (Ita)

Stage 5 Salerno-Bari, 295 km

Giuseppe Azzini (Ita)

Eberardo Pavesi (Ita)

Stage 6 Bari-Campobasso, 256 km

Constante Girardengo (Ita)

Eberardo Pavesi (Ita)

Stage 7 Campobasso-Ascoli Piceno, 313 km

Clemente Canepari (Ita)

Giuseppe Azzini (Ita)

Stage 8 Ascoli Piceno-Rovigo, 413 km

Lauro Bordin (Ita)

Carlo Oriani (Ita)

Stage 9 Rovigo-Milan, 321 km

Eberardo Pavesi (Ita)

Carlo Oriani (Ita)



GdI May 6-22, 1913
2,929 Km

1. Carlo ORIANI (Ita) [135h15'56"] 37 pts

2. Eberardo Pavesi (Ita) 43 pts
3. Giuseppe Azzini (Ita) 48 pts
Starters: 99
Finishers: 35
Average Speed: 26.379 km/h

 

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