Historic Overview Gerrit Schulte

Rider

Overall Rank1275
NameGerrit SCHULTE
Country
  The Netherlands
Date of birth07-Jan-1916 - Amsterdam (Noord Holland)
Date of death26-Feb-1992 - Den Bosch (Noord Brabant)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Gerrit Schulte - Scores by Season


Seasons

YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1936 Individual 22 536
2. 1937 Dilecta 19 436
3. 1938 Dilecta 439 89
4. 1939 Dilecta 195 165
5. 1940 Dilecta 0 460
6. 1942 Individual 2 446
7. 1943 Individual 2 443
8. 1944 Individual 40 164
9. 1945 Dilecta 1 509
10. 1946 Dilecta 211 142
11. 1947 Dilecta 142 239
12. 1948 Dilecta 142 237
13. 1949 Dilecta 468 82
14. 1950 Garin 311 145
15. 1951 Garin 140 226
16. 1952 Garin 3 814
17. 1953 Garin 57 369
18. 1954 R.I.H. 294 131
19. 1955 R.I.H. 231 187
20. 1956 R.I.H. 443 92
21. 1957 Radium 0 878
22. 1958 Radium 180 223
23. 1959 Radium 0 807
24. 1960 Radium 0 795
Overall: 3342 1275

Biography

Gerrit Schulte (7 January 1916 – 26 February 1992) was a Dutch professional track bicycle racer. Between 1940 and 1960 he won 19 six-day races out of 73 starts and was one of the dominant Six days racers of his time. Schulte was as well successful in track pursuit, becoming national champion ten times, European champion twice and world champion once, in 1948, when he beat Fausto Coppi in the final. He was also successful as a road race cyclists, becoming national champion three times and winning a stage in the 1938 Tour de France. Since 1955, the Gerrit Schulte Trophy has been awarded by the national federation to the best professional rider in the Netherlands.

source - Wikipedia