|1.||1995||Mercatone Uno - Saeco||0||1111|
|2.||1996||Saeco - AS Juvenes San Marino||95||350|
|4.||1998||Saeco Macchine per Caffé||205||231|
|5.||1999||Saeco - Cannondale||284||188|
|6.||2000||Saeco - Valli & Valli||449||133|
|9.||2003||Formaggi Pinzolo Fiave - Ciarrocchi Immobiliare||40||720|
|11.||2005||Naturino - Sapore di Mare||95||486|
|12.||2006||Naturino - Sapore Di Mare||5||1283|
|13.||2007||Lampre - Fondital||31||866|
|15.||2009||Lampre - NGC||38||692|
Massimiliano Mori (born 31 January 1974, in Vittoria) is an Italian former professional road bicycle racer. Massimiliano Mori is the son of former professional cyclist Primo Mori.
In 2003, Mori was involved in a doping incident, when, during the Tirreno Adriatico, he had to give a urine test, and a hidden can of urine was found. Mori and his team leader Gabriele di Francesco were sent home. His urine sample came back negative, but the Italian Olympic Committee continued the investigation into possible fraud.
At the end of 2009, when it was not certain if Lampre would renew his contract, Mori decided that he would end his 15-year career if Lampre did not renew his contract.