|Born||19 March 1888 in Florennes, Belgium|
|Died||7 October 1969 in Charleroi, Belgium|
Leon Scieur was a Belgian professional road cyclist who was born in Florennes, Belgium, on March 19, 1888. His career stretched from 1910 to 1928, and he was renowned for his superior climbing abilities. Scieur passed suddenly in Charleroi, Belgium, on October 7, 1969.
In 1910, Scieur began his professional cycling career and rapidly earned a reputation as an exceptional climber. In 1912, he achieved his first significant success by winning the Circuit des Ardennes. Throughout the 1910s, he continued to be successful, winning a number of races and placing on the podium in others. Nonetheless, his greatest achievements were throughout the 1920s.
In 1921, Scieur defeated a formidable field of rivals to win the renowned Liege-Bastogne-Liege race. The next year, he won Paris-Roubaix, solidifying his status as one of the greatest cyclists of his day. In addition to winning the Grand Prix des Nations in 1924 and the Tour of Flanders in 1927, Scieur continued to be successful for the remainder of the decade.
In 1928, Scieur retired from professional riding, bringing an end to his career. He later opened a bike shop and remained active in his favorite sport.
This is a list of Leon Scieur’s major accomplishments.
Leon Scieur’s Greatest Achievements:
|1921||Winner of Liege-Bastogne-Liege|
|1922||Winner of Paris-Roubaix|
|1924||Winner of Grand Prix des Nations|
|1927||Winner of Tour of Flanders|
|1920-1922||Three-time winner of Circuit des Ardennes|
|1924||Winner of Tour de Luxembourg|
|1926||Winner of Paris-Brussels|