Alexandre Moos

Alexandre Moos ( born December 22, 1972 in Sierre ) is a retired Swiss cyclist, who was active on road as well as mountain bikers and cyclocross riders.

Cycling career

Moss in 1996 when professional cycling team Saeco. He changed after a stint at Festina 2001 Swiss Phonak Cycling Team. In 2002 he won a stage of the Tour de Suisse and shortly thereafter became Swiss champion in the road race. 2004 Moss won the third stage of the Tour de Romandie in the sprint against Leonardo Piepoli and teammate Tyler Hamilton and 2005, the one-day race Grand Prix of the canton of Aargau in Gippingen ahead of Jan Ullrich. Thus he reached his greatest success on Swiss soil; in particular the Tour de Romandie, he denied doing mostly very successful. In 2004 he took over after his stage win the yellow jersey of the leader, and between 2002 and 2006 he was always in the top eight overall. In six days sections of the race he was able to pull podiums.

In 2007, Moss joined the BMC Racing team, but was unable to reach international success over there and ended his career in June 2010 as a street driver, but drove two seasons on the mountain bike race.

  • 2001 victory at the Giro del Mendrisiotto
  • 2002 Swiss Champion - Road Race
  • 2002 stage win in the Tour de Suisse
  • 2004 stage win in the Tour de Romandie

Achievements - Cross

Achievements - mountain bike

  • Switzerland Swiss Champion - Marathon