Lars Bak

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This article is about the Danish cyclist. For the Danish computer programmer, see Lars Bak .

Lars Ytting Bak (born 16 January 1980 in Silkeborg) is a Danish professional road bicycle racer for UCI ProTour team . He became a professional in 2002 for Team Fakta where he rode with fellow Dane Allan Johansen. In 2004 they both switched to BankGiroLoterij where Lars Bak would win his first professional win, but as the BankGiroLoterij team stopped after the 2004 season, both Bak and Johansen went to in 2005.

Here, Lars Bak won the Danish Road Racing Championship, and in the later half of the season he showed his strength and talent as a good upcoming rider, as Bak won the meriting ten stages long U/25 race Tour de l'Avenir. He conquered the leader's jersey by sprinting to the win in a group of four riders on the first stage, a position he defended through the following nine stages bar one, including a time trial and a number of hilly stages.

In 2011 he finally had his Tour de France debut where he worked hard for Mark Cavendishs train and finished off with a breakaway on the last stage.


1st Stage 1, Tour de Luxembourg
1st National Road Race Champion
1st Overall Tour de l'Avenir
:1st Stage 1
1st Paris–Bourges
1st National Time Trial Champion
1st Stage 5 Tour de Wallonie
1st National Time Trial Champion
2th Overall Tour de Pologne
:1st Stage 1 TTT
1st National Time Trial Champion
6th Overall Tour de Romandie
7th Overall Eneco Tour of......

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