| Andrea Ferrigato|
| 1 September 1969 (age 46)
Schio, Italy (1969-09-01) |Andrea Ferrigato Wikipedia
Andrea Ferrigato (born 1 September 1969 in Schio) is an Italian former road bicycle racer.
In 1991 he was a professional with the shirt of Ceramiche Ariostea and he rode for this team until 1993. In 1994 he won the Kranj stage at Giro d’Italia, while his best year was 1996, wearing the shirt of Roslotto-ZG Mobili. In that year he won the Leeds International Classic and the Gran Prix of Switzerland and placed second (126 scores) in the World Championship, after Johan Museeuw (162 scores).
During some years he was in the Italian national team, and participated in two editions of the road world championship. He rode a season for the team Acqua&Sapone and then he left in March 2005, when he began to work for the company Selle Italia.
Since 2011 he has been working for the tour operator Girolibero, specialized in cycling holidays, where he has been planning roadbike tours and creating the brochure Girolibero Roadbike http://www.roadbike.girolibero.com/en/.