|Intro||German racing cyclist|
|Was||Track cyclist Athlete Sport cyclist|
|Birth||13 March 1872, Lingen, Germany|
|Death||1 December 1919, Cologne, Germany (aged 47 years)|
Joseph Rosemeyer (March 13, 1872 in Lingen – December 1, 1919 in Cologne), was a German track cyclist. He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens. Rosemeyer finished fourth in the 10 kilometres event. He also competed in the time trial competition and finished eighth. In the sprint event he was unable to finish the race due to having mechanical problems. He also did not finish the 100 kilometres contest.