Joseph M. Papp (born 25 May 1975) is an American former professional road racing cyclist. He holds dual Irish-USA citizenship, but his Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) license (#USA19750525) affiliates him with the USA Cycling. Throughout his career Papp represented the US National Team, and in 2006 competed for the Italian teams Partizan-Whistle and Team Bianchi-Cinghiale, and Hong Kong-based squad Champion System. From 2001-2005, he rode for various incarnations of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center/America's Cycling Team (UPMC-ACT), in addition to Chilean squad La Polar. From 1994-1996 Papp was a member of the Pittsburgh Power, a professional team in the National Cycle League owned by former Pittsburgh Steeler Franco Harris, and in 1995 Papp rode as a stagiare with Montgomery-Bell, the team that would evolve into the US Postal Service squad of Lance Armstrong. He is also a widely-read cycling author, writing extensively about his experiences in the professional peloton, and was a featured diarist for the cycling news website cyclingnews.com. and route guides for biking in Pittsburgh. His work has appeared online and in print in such publications as VeloNews, Winning Bicycle Racing Illustrated, The Ride Magazine, Bike Culture and Cycling Times.