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Tejay van Garderen Photo Gallery
& Short Professional Biography

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About Tejay van Garderen:

Tejay van Garderen (born August 12, 1988) had a successful career both as a junior and as an adult amateur.

As a young pro racing in 2008 for the Dutch Rabobank Continental team (he already spoke Dutch) he made an immediate impression with a stage win in the Tour de l'Avenir and second-places in the Flèche du Sud and Circuito Montañes.

In 2010 he moved to Mark Cavendish's & André Greipel's Team HTC-Columbia where he continued to develop, gaining some good placings along the way.

The HTC team folded after the 2011 season and van Garderen signed with Cadel Evan's powerful BMC team. Though he had to work as a domestique for Evans, he also began to really shine with some impressive wins and high placings.

He finished his career with the EF Education First team and retired in 2021. After retiring from racing he became a director sportif for the team, in 2022 titled EF Education-Easy Post.

Many of his wins are as either an individual time trialist or as a member of a time trial team. Van Garderen could put out the watts.

He won only one Grand Tour road stage, the 2017 Giro d'Italia's 18th stage.

Major victories and high placings:

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2021:

Professional Teams:

2008 - 2009: Rabobank Continental

2010 - 2011: HTC-Columbia

2012 - 2018: BMC

2019 - 2021: EF Education and its successors EF Pro Cycling, EF Education-Nippo & EF Education-Easypost

Photos: All are by Fotoreporter Sirotti unless otherwise noted.

Van Garderen at the 2012 Paris-Nice, stage 5.

Van Garderen at the 2012 Dauphiné, stage 6.

2012 Tour de France, stage 7

Van Garderen in the Best Young Rider's white jersey leads Cadel Evans in stage 11.

After stage 20 of the 2012 Tour de France. Tejay van Garderen has won the Best Young Rider Classification.

August 22, 2012: Tejay Van Garderen wins stage 2 of the USA Pro Challenge in Crested Butte, Colorado. Photo: John Pierce, PhotoSport International.

Van Garderen at a 2013 Tour de France press conference

Van Garderen finishes stage 14 of the 2013 Tour de France.

Stage 18 of the 2013 Tour de France.

2013 Tour de France stage 20 with teammate World Road Champion Philippe Gilbert

Doing what he does best. Here van Garderen is riding the 2014 Tour de Romandie prologue individual time trial.

Van Garderen with his bike before the start of the first stage of the 2014 Tour de France.

Lovely day for a bike race. Here van Garderen leads Alejandro Valverde in stage 8 of the 2014 Tour de France.

2014 Tour de France stage 20.

2014 World Championships individual time trial.

2015 Tour of Catalonia stage 4.

2015 Critérium du Dauphiné stage 5.

After Dauphiné stage 5. Yellow is always a nice color to wear at a bike race.

And here is in yellow in stage 6 of the 2015 Dauphiné.

Tejay van Garderen at a press conference before the start of the 2015 Tour de France.

Here he is in the 2015 Tour de France's first stage.

2015 Tour de France stage 10 with Tony Gallopin (on the left).

Before the start of stage 5 of the 2015 Vuelta a España

On his way to winning 2016 Ruta del Sol stage 4.

Van Garderen wins stage 7 of the 2016 Tour of Switzerland.

2017 Giro d'Italia stage 18, van Garderen's only Grand Tour stage win.

Van Garderen enjoying his Giro stage win.

2017 Vuelta a España stage 8.

Here he is gritting his teeth in 2017 Vuelta stage 11.

Van Garderen racing in the 2018 Tour of Romandie's third stage.

2018 Tour of California stage 4. Organizer's photo

2018 Tour of Switzerland stage 9.

2018 Tour de France: van Garderen on the Aubisque.

Tejay van Garderen riding the prologue of the 2018 Tour of Utah. Organizer's photo

2019 Critérium du Dauphiné, stage 4: van Garderen in the kit of his new team, EF Education.

2019 Dauphiné stage 7. A rather wet day.

2021 Giro d'Italia stage 1.

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