Jasper
Stuyven

He was Junior World Champion in 2009, won Paris-Roubaix Juniors in 2010, and followed that with a second place in his first U23 Paris-Roubaix a year later. But not wanting to rush into a pro career, Jasper Stuyven waited to sign a WorldTour contract with Trek-Segafredo until 2014. Over the succeeding years, Jasper has matured into one of the team's leaders. Jasper's prowess lies in one-day races, notably the spring classics, and his sprinting ability makes him a threat at the end of long, hard races. In 2019, Jasper captured the first stage race victory of his professional career, winning the biggest race in Germany, the Deutschland Tour.

Date of birth

19/04/1992

From
Belgium
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What is your best memory on the bike?

Winning Paris-Roubaix as a Junior World Champion.

What’s your favorite sport besides cycling?

Basketball

If you could have dinner with anyone famous, who would it be?

Dalai Lama