Luis Herrera

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Luis Alberto "Lucho" Herrera Herrera, known as "El jardinerito" ("the little gardener") (born May 4, 1961 in Fusagasugá, Colombia), is a retired Colombian road racing cyclist. Herrera was a professional from 1985 to 1992 but had a successful amateur career before that in Colombia. He entered his first Vuelta a Colombia in 1981 where he finished 16th overall and 3rd in the New Rider competition. Although he abandoned his second Vuelta a Colombia in 1982, he won Colombia's second major stage-race the Clásico RCN. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Luis Herrera has received more than 30,871 page views. His biography is available in 22 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 21 in 2019). Luis Herrera is the 205th most popular cyclist (down from 162nd in 2019), the 92nd most popular biography from Colombia (down from 72nd in 2019) and the most popular Colombian Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Luis Herrera ranks 205 out of 1,212Before him are Edward Battell, Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle, Moreno Argentin, Paul Chocque, Giuseppe Saronni, and Luigi Marchisio. After him are Angelo Damiano, Andy Schleck, Steven Rooks, Aavo Pikkuus, Abraham Olano, and Alessandro Petacchi.

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Among people born in 1961, Luis Herrera ranks 251Before him are Ally Walker, Werner Günthör, Cédric Klapisch, Yuri Malenchenko, Florent Pagny, and Bill English. After him are José Luis Mendilibar, Boško Gjurovski, Matjaž Kek, John Sivebæk, Dan Marino, and Marc-André Hamelin.

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In Colombia

Among people born in Colombia, Luis Herrera ranks 92 out of 271Before him are Gabriel París Gordillo (1910), Maluma (1994), Pedro Rubiano Sáenz (1932), Jackson Martínez (1986), Duván Zapata (1991), and Timoleón Jiménez (1959). After him are Luis Muriel (1991), Adolfo Valencia (1968), Nairo Quintana (1990), Ever Palacios (1969), Óscar Córdoba (1970), and Cristián Zapata (1986).

Among CYCLISTS In Colombia

Among cyclists born in Colombia, Luis Herrera ranks 1After him are Nairo Quintana (1990), Santiago Botero (1972), Egan Bernal (1997), Rigoberto Urán (1987), Esteban Chaves (1990), Félix Cárdenas (1973), Sergio Henao (1987), Miguel Ángel López (1994), Mauricio Soler (1983), Fernando Gaviria (1994), and Carlos Betancur (1989).