Georges Sérès

Georges Sérès
Personal information
Born 6 April 1887
La Romieu, France
Died 26 June 1951 (aged 64)
Paris, France
Sport Cycling

Georges Sérès (6 April 1887 – 26 June 1951) was a French professional cyclist who mainly specialized in motor-paced racing. In this discipline he won a gold, a silver and a bronze medal at the world championships in 1920, 1924 and 1925, respectively.[1][2] He crashed in a 1922 race in New Bedford and had 17 fractures after being run over by a pacer.[3]

As a road cyclist he won three six-day races in Paris, in 1921, 1922 and 1924.[1]

His sons Georges and Arthur were also competitive cyclists.


  1. 1 2 Georges Sérès sr.
  2. Track Cycling World Championships 2012 to 1893.
  3. Velo Gotha, Brüssel 1984, p. 488
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