Best Irish Bikers

  1. Matthew Brammeier

Matthew Martin Matt Brammeier (Liverpool, England, June 7, 1985) is an Irish cycling professional from 2006 until June 2018.1

He debuted with the Profile team in 2007. In 2011 he signed with HTC-Highroad, and after its dissolution, he moved to the Omega Pharma-QuickStep, the following year to the Champion System and for 2014 to the Synergy Baku Cycling Project. In 2015 he signed with the MTN-Qhubeka group, now called Dimension Data. For the 2017 season, he joined the new set of his country Aqua Blue Sport.

  1. Nicolas Roche

Nicolas Roche is Irish biking. He presently operates on Team Sunweb.

Nicolas is the kind of Stephen Roche, an ex-cyclist that won the same year’s Scenic tour de France, the Giro de Italia and also the world championship in 1987. He is likewise the relative of the cyclist Daniel Martin. Nicolas initially practiced rugby as well as football, but in cycling, he attained fast lead to the youth classifications in Ireland first and afterward in France.

After their rankings in the training category DN1 amateur – Marseille, Nicolas began on the expert circuit in August of 2004 as part of the team Confides, After the excellent performances, he signed his first specialist contract the following winter season.

Due to these initial two periods of exploration, Nicolas usually has a relevant function for his team of leaders. He likewise achieved numerous areas of honor, and also authorized his first success in the specialist circuit, winning a stage of the Tour in Metz.

Nicolas Roche ranged from 2007 in the group Credit Agricol. He ended up being that year champ of Ireland Against the clock.

Following the news of the withdrawal of the Credit Agricol group, he signed for Ag2r Purveyance for the next two seasons.

  1. Stephen Roche

Stephen Roche (Dundrum, Dublin, Ireland, November 28, 1959) is an ex- cyclist that was active from 1981 to 1993, which claimed 58 victories.

It had good results since its inception. In his professional debut, he won the Paris-Nice. In the coming years, its pace would crater, with right positions in the races of the World Cup, as well as in the Tour de France and a gold medal in the World Championship of cycling.

He had a Black year in 1986, the product of a fall, which took him away from the elite all year long. However, the following year, Stephen Roche enjoyed the best year of his sports life, winning in the Giro de Italia and the Tour de France. The 1987 Tour de France was particularly contested, without the retired Bernard Hinault and the rugged Greg LeMond, the yellow jersey passed from one hand to another among several runners of the likes of Charly Mottet, Jean Francois Bernard, Pedro Delgado and Stephen Roche himself. After some exciting stages in the Alps, especially the one finished in La Plagne where he needed oxygen at the finish line, Stephen Roche ended up winning thanks to his excellent work in the fight against the stopwatch. He became the only Irish cyclist to succeed in the Tour de France, and in the fifth runner to get the double Spin-Tour in the same year.