Heinz Müller

Intro Bicycle racer
A.K.A. Heinz Mueller, Heinz Muller
Was Athlete Sport cyclist
From Germany
Type Sports
Gender male
Birth 16 September 1924, Tuningen, Germany
Death 25 September 1975, Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany (aged 51 years)
Star sign Virgo

Heinz Müller (16 September 1924 – 25 September 1975) was a German road bicycle racer who won the UCI Road Cycling World Championship in 1952. He also won the German National Road Race in 1953.

Palmares

1949 – Bauer 1st, Stage 9, Deutschland Tour 4th, National Road Race Championship 1950 – Bauer 8th, Overall, Deutschland Tour Winner Stages 7 & 15 1951 – Bauer, Adria 1st, Stage 9, Deutschland Tour 1952 – Bauer, Tebag World Road Race Champion 1st, Köln Classic 4th, Overall, Deutschland Tour Winner Stages 5, 9b & 11 1953 – Bauer, Tigra, La Perle  Germany Road Race Champion 1st, Stage 5, Tour du Sud-Est 1st, Stuttgart 3rd, National Sprint Championship 3rd, Overall, Deutsches Dreitagerennen Winner Stage 1 4th, Overall, Midi Libre 1954 – Tebag 1st, GP Herperdorsfer 1955 – Tebag, Rabeneick, Bismarck 1st, GP Express 4th, Overall, Deutschland Tour Winner Stages 5 & 7 5th, National Road Race Championship 1956 – Bauer, Rabeneick 1st, GP Continental 3rd, National Road Race Championship 1957 – Altenburger, Feru, Fichtel & Sachs 1st, Köln Classic 1st, Stage 8, Tour de Suisse 3rd, National Madison Championship (with Walter Schurmann) 5th, National Road Race Championship 1958 – Altenburger, Feru, Molteni, Solo 1st, Berner Rundfahrt 1959 – Altenburger, Feru 1960 – Torpedo

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