Giro d'Italia 13 May 1931
CYCLING WEEKLY|May 13, 2021
FROM THE ARCHIVE

This photo, taken exactly 90 years ago to the day, shows Francesco Camusso on the Loreto climb during stage three of the 1931 Giro d’Italia.

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