2019 Edition

Stages won 2
Overall ranking 3
Competitors in race 6
Sporting managers : ENGELS Addy / SIERK JAN De haan https://www.teamjumbovisma.nl/


This cycling team is a reference in the Netherlands since the mid-90’s, and is now preparing itself for its 22nd participation in La Vuelta. In fact, since the creation of Rabobank in 1996, the team has only been absent in its debut year and in 2002. Denis Menchov obtained the team’s final triumph in the 2007 edition. He also won three out of the 15 stages that, to this day, feature on the team’s victory tally. However, the greatest number of victories obtained corresponds to the triple World Champion, Óscar Freire. The Spanish rider was especially inspired in that same 2007 edition, winning three stages. The team’s long list of winners also includes riders such as Leon Van Bon, Max Van Heeswijk, Lars Boom, Bauke Mollema, Bert Jan Lindeman and Robert Gesink, winner at the col d’Aubisque in 2016.

The Dutch team comes to La Vuelta 19 with one of the riders with the most promising present and future in the peloton: Primož Roglič. The Slovenian debuts in the Spanish Tour as one of the big favourites to make his mark in the general classification and to maintain a good rhythm within the team in the season’s Grand Tours. Jumbo-Visma accumulates a total of six stage victories and two podiums between the Giro d’Italia and the Tour de France this year.

  • Final victory1
  • Stages victories15
  • Red jerseys25
  • Other races Won3

Overall victories: 1

2007: Denis Menchov.


Stage victories: 15

1997: León Van Bon, in Valladolid.

1997: Max Van Heeswijk, in Madrid.

2001: Beat Zberg, in Salou.

2003: Michael Rasmussen, in Cauterets, France.

2004: Oscar Freire, in Castellón de la Plana.

2005: Denis Menchov, in Granada.

2005: Denis Menchov, in Lloret de Mar.

2007: Oscar Freire, in Santiago de Compostela.

2007: Oscar Freire, in Reinosa.

2007: Oscar Freire, in Logroño.

2008: Oscar Freire, in Burgos.

2009: Lars Boom, in Córdoba.

2013: Bauke Mollema, in Burgos.

2015: Bert Jan Linderman, in La Alpujarra.

2016: Robert Gesink, at the top of the Col d'Aubisque. 


Leader jersey: 25 days

2005: Denís Menchov, 9 days.

2007: Oscar Freire, 2 days.

2007: Denís Menchov, 14 days.


Victories in secondary classifications: 3

2007: Denis Menchov (mountain).

2007: Denis Menchov (combined classification).

2011: Bauke Mollema (points).


22: Participations of the team in La Vuelta.



September 23rd, 1997: Leon Van Bon gets the first victory for the team.

September 23rd, 2007: 10 years after the team's debut in La Vuelta Denis Menchov wins the overall classification.

September 10th, 2008: Óscar Freire takes his 7th stage win in La Vuelta, the 5th with the Rabobank squad.

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