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Pieter Casper Johan “Piet” Dikkentman (4 January 1879 – 7 October 1950) was a professional cyclist from the Netherlands. He had a long a successful career spanning from 1885 to 1928, which peaked in 1903 when he won the UCI Motor-paced World Championships. He competed internationally and married twice, to an Australian and to a German. Consequently, while he lived most of his life in Amsterdam, he also spent years in Germany and Australia.