Charlie
Quarterman

Young prospect Charlie Quarterman strategically plotted a successful route to the WorldTour. He opted to take a step down in 2019, reuniting with his amateur team after two years racing with UCI Continental team Leopard Cycling. It was a gutsy move that proved fruitful. After a few successful months that included a fourth place in the Prologue and third place in Stage 7 in the Under-23 Giro d’Italia, he garnered international attention. Charlie found his niche in time trials, winning the 2019 U23 National Championships title and the National 10-mile title, noteworthy in a nation of strong time trialists. Charlie joined Trek-Segafredo as a stagiaire and signed a two-year contract at the end of the 2019 season. Nicknamed “Quarterback” for his namesake and compact, powerful physique, Charlie is ready to tackle a future in pro cycling.

Date of birth

06/09/1998

From
United Kingdom
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If your house was on fire and you could only save one material possession what would it be?

A hose pipe to put out the fire.

If you could be any animal, what would you be and why?

Probably a cat. You could do pretty much whatever you want and being able to run up walls would be pretty cool

What is your favorite family tradition?

Going to watch Oxford United play football on Boxing Day

What is your favorite Bontrager or Trek equipment?

I just love the Trek Madone. It's the fastest bike I’ve ridden by a long shot.