Arthur Vanderstuyft

Arthur Vanderstuyft

Arthur Vanderstuyft in 1913
Personal information
Born 23 December 1883
Essen, Belgium
Died 6 May 1956 (aged 72)
Borgerhout, Belgium
Sport Cycling

Arthur Vanderstuyft (23 December 1883 – 6 May 1956) was a Belgian cyclist. He competed in motor-paced racing in the professionals category and won three medals at the world championships in 1904, 1906 and 1908.[1]

As a road cyclist he competed in ten six-day races and twice finished in second place: in 1904 in New York and in 1912 in Brussels. His father Fritz and younger brother Léon were also professional cyclists.[1]


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