Heiri Suter was considered a classic specialist and went cycling race from 1918 to 1941 during 23 years as a pro, where he was able to celebrate a total of 57 major victories. In 1923 he managed the first Swiss within a week the "Double" Paris -Roubaix and the Tour of Flanders, a success, with the Swiss Fabian Cancellara succeeded another until the year 2010.
Suter was the youngest of six brothers ( Francis, Paul, Fritz, Max and Gottfried ), who were all racers. The most successful next Heiri was Paul, the 1923 world champion stayer.
A nephew of the brothers Suter, son of one of the two sisters, was Heiri Hächler (1926-2001), 1958-1980 Director of the Hallenstadion Zurich and President of the " Union Internationale des Velodrome ", a union of the Six-Day organizers.
- Paris -Roubaix: 1923
- Tour of Flanders: 1923
- Bordeaux - Paris: 1925
- Paris -Tours: 1926, 1927
- Championship of Zurich: 1919, 1920, 1922, 1924, 1928, 1929
- Frankfurt: 1927
- Critérium des As: 1923 ( 2nd: 1924)
- 3rd Tour of Lombardy: 1919
- 5th Place Milan - Sanremo: 1927