|Date of Birth||October 14, 1902|
|Place of Birth||San Nicolò, Italy|
Learco Guerra was a professional road and track cyclist from Italy. He was born in San Nicol, Italy, on October 14, 1902. Guerra was a prominent cyclist in the 1920s and 1930s, winning a number of notable races such as multiple Italian championships, Tour de France stages, and the World Road Race Championship.
Guerra began his cycling career in the early 1920s and rapidly rose to prominence as a sprinter. He was recognized for his explosive power and ability to win races both on and off the track. Guerra won his first Italian National Road Racing Championship in 1927 and went on to win four more in the years that followed.
Guerra’s career was cut short by WWII, and he retired in 1940. He stayed engaged in the cycling world after retiring, serving as a coach and mentor to new cyclists.
Best Achievements of Learco Guerra:
|1927||Italian National Road Race Championship Winner|
|1928||Milan-San Remo Winner|
|1930||Tour de France Stage Winner|
|1931||Italian National Road Race Championship Winner|
|1933||Giro d’Italia Stage Winner|
|1934||World Road Race Championship Winner|
|1934||Giro d’Italia Winner|