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Winfried Bölke
German cyclist

Winfried Bölke

Winfried Bölke
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Intro German cyclist
A.K.A. Winfried Boelke
Is Athlete Sport cyclist
From Germany
Field Sports
Gender male
Birth 25 May 1941, Genthin, Germany
Age 81 years
Star sign Gemini
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Winfried Bölke (born 25 May 1941) is a retired German cyclist. In 1963 he won the national championships and a bronze medal at the world championships in the road race for amateurs. Next year he turned professional and won the Tour de Picardie and one stage at the Volta a Catalunya. In 1965–1967 he won all national road race championships, as well as one madison title in 1967. In the following three years he won the road races of Maaslandse Pijl (1968), Saint-Raphael (1969), Kaistenberg (1970) and Porz (1970). He continued competing professionally until 1973.

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