|Giuseppe Martano (1910 - 1994) was an Italian professional bicycle road racer.|
Martano started racing bicycles in 1925 at the age of 15. He saw great success as an amateur racer. In 1930 Martano was selected as a member of the Italian National Team. That year he won the Amateur World Championship. Two years later, in 1932, he again won the Amateur World Championship. In 1932 this championship event took place in Rome, Italy.
Giuseppe Martano turned professional in 1933. His first year as a professional Martano finished the Tour de France in 3rd place overall in the general classification. The next year, 1934, he finished the Tour de France in 2nd place overall in the general classification and was the winner of the 8th stage.
During the year 1935 Giuseppe Martano again finished second in a grand tour. This time it was the Giro d'Italia. He also won three professional races that year; Giro del Lazio, Giro delle Quattro Province and Sandrina.