Bobby Julich

Bobby Julich

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Robert Julich, most commonly referred to as Bobby Julich, (born on November 18, 1971, in Corpus Christi, Texas) is an American former professional road bicycle racer who last rode for Team CSC in the UCI ProTour racing series. He got his international breakthrough when he finished 3rd overall in the 1998 Tour de France race, but has since ridden mainly as a supporting rider. He is a strong time trialist who won a bronze medal at the 2004 Olympic Individual Time Trial and combined with his high versatility he has won a number of stage races on the international circuits. In September 2008, he announced his retirement as a professional cyclist.

He served as a technical Director for Team SaxoBank until in November 2010 it was announced that he would move to Team Sky for the 2011 season as a Race Coach


Born in Texas, Julich has resided in Glenwood Springs, Colorado since childhood with a brief time in Philadelphia, PA where he met his wife. Most of his living relatives reside in the New York area. Bobby Julich got his start in cycling winning the Red Zinger Mini Classics youth bicycle race in 1985. As an amateur cyclist Bobby Julich won the 1990 Junior National Cyclo-Cross Championship, and as a member of the US National Team he participated in the 1991 Tour DuPont. At the time it...
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