We thank all the champions who have visited the Ghisallo Cycling Museum since the beginning of the season.

Alberto Dainese

At the International Sales Meeting Nalini 2023 among the guests was Alberto Dainese, who donated his autographed DSM team jersey for the occasion. Alberto also took advantage to visit the temporary exhibition “Headspace Design”

Oscar Camenzind with Daniel Schnider

Oscar visited the museum and on the occasion autographed his jerseys already present in the museum’s collection.
Swiss from Schwyz class of 1971 ranking champion he experienced his magical season in ’98 when he was part of patron Squinzi’s legendary Mapei. In Valkenburg he won a rain- and cold-affected world championship by a grand slam in the final anticipating van petegem and bartoli. Then, wearing the rainbow jersey, he captured the closing classic the Giro di Lombardia. Few have won it as world champion. These included Binda Merckx Gimondi Saronni and Bettini. In 2001, the Swiss also won the Liège-Bastogne-Liège in a narrow sprint, beating Rebellin and Casagrande, among others


In early June, Aurelien Paret-Peintre (AG2R Citroen), winner of the fourth stage of the Giro d’Italia 2023, the Venosa-Lake Laceno, visited the Museum
Michael Storer
And a few days ago, also as a surprise, Michael Storer of the Groupama team visited the Museum.
Class of 1997, racing as a pro since 2018, bronze medalist at the World Championships in Ponferrada in the junior time trial. In 2021 he won two stages at the Tour de l’Ain and two stages at the Vuelta a España.
Thor Hushovd, Norwegian, class of ’78, was a major player in great cycling at the beginning of the millennium. rank cyclist, very fast, Thor greatest win will always be the Australian World of Geelong 2010, when on the slightly rising home straight he was able to overtake all the favorites, such as Breschel, Davis, Pozzato, Van Avermaet and Freire.
Thor won the under-23 time trial world championship in 1998 and the ranks of Gand-Wevelgem 2006.
He is between the champions who were able to win stages in all the three big Giri, 10 at theTour de France, 1 at the Giro d’Italia (in Scarperia del Mugello for the disqualification of Petacchi in 2007) and 3 at the Vuelta a España.
He wore two time the green jersey of the rank leader, in Paris, at the Tour de France 2005 and 2009.