David Zabriskie

David Zabriskie

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David Zabriskie

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David Zabriskie (Born January 12, 1979 in Salt Lake City) is a professional road bicycle racer from the United States who rides for . His main strength is individual time trials and his career highlights include stage wins in all three Grand Tour stage races and winning the US National Time Trial Championship five times. Zabriskie is known for his quirky nature, including singing before stages and the interviews he does with fellow riders in the professional peloton which are posted on his web site.

In 2005, he became the third American to wear the leader's jersey at the Tour de France, after three-time Tour winner Greg LeMond, and seven-time winner Lance Armstrong.Rhiannon Potkey, , Active, February 21, 2006 George Hincapie became the fourth American in 2006.


Zabriskie graduated from Olympus High School in 1997, and made his professional debut with the Colorado Cyclist team in 1999. After displaying his talent for time trials by winning the US National Time Trial Championships (junior and under-23 age categories) and the Grand Prix des Nations (under-23 category), Zabriskie moved on to the team in 2001. Following a year plagued by crashes and injuries, he returned to form in 2004, winning the Elite US National Time Trial Championships. He also won stage 11 of the Vuelta a España in an astonishing 162 km solo breakaway, marking his first Grand Tour stage win—especially notable among his victories for not...
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