Ernest Terreau

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Personal information
Born31 May 1908
Auxy, Saône-et-Loire
Died19 February 1983
14th arrondissement of Paris
Amateur team(s)
1932Rivoli Sportif
Professional team(s)
Génial Lucifer-Hutchinson
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Ernest Terreau (born 31 May 1908 in Auxy, Saône-et-Loire, died 19 February 1983 in the 14th arrondissement of Paris) was a French cyclist [1]. A specialist in motor-paced racing, he was champion of France in this discipline in 1937, 1941 and 1943 and second in the world at the 1937 UCI Track Cycling World Championships. [2]

Road titles[edit]

  • 1932
    • Circuit de Saône-et-Loire
    • Critérium des As
    • 2nd in the Criterium du Midi
  • 1933
    • 3rd in the Critérium des As
  • 1934
    • Bordeaux-Saintes
    • 3rd in the Circuit de l'Indre
  • 1935
    • Critérium des As
  • 1936
    • Critérium des As

Track titles[edit]

World Championships[edit]

  • 1937 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
    • Silver medal at stayers

French Championships[edit]

  • 1936
    • 2nd in Stayers
  • 1937
    • France French National Stayers Champion
  • 1941
    • France French National Stayers Champion
  • 1943
    • France French National Stayers Champion

Grand Prix[edit]

  • Grand Prix of the UVF in motor-paced racing : 1938[3]
  • Grand Prix d'Auteuil : 1943


  1. Archives, Cycling. "Ernest Terreau".
  2. "Ernest Terreau".
  3. "Ernest Terreau a gagné le Grand Prix de l'UVF de demi-fond". Journal du Loiret (in français). 26 July 1938. Retrieved 3 November 2016..

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