Danny Pate

Danny Pate ( born March 23, 1979 in Colorado Springs ) is an American professional road bicycle racer.

Danny Pate was established in 1998 for the first time national champion in the road race in the U23 class. A year later he won the time trial. After he won the overall title of triptyque Ardennais for in 2001, he also won the U23 World Cup in the individual time trial before the German Sebastian Lang. In 2002, he then took part in the USPRO National Championships and won the bronze medal. He also won in the same year the International Tour de Toona. In 2004 he drove for the team Healt Net- Maxxis and secured again the bronze medal at the national championships. The following year he took another silver with Jelly Belly - Pool Gel and then again bronze. Since 2006, Pate manner, even at the U.S. Continental Team TIAA -CREF.


  • United States American road champion ( U23 )
  • United States American time trial champion ( U23 )
  • Triptyque Ardennais
  • World time trial champion ( U23 )
  • Tour de Toona
  • A stage in the Tour of Missouri


  • 2004 Health Net - Maxxis
  • 2005 Jelly Belly - Pool Gel
  • 2006 TIAA -CREF
  • 2007-2010 Garmin -Transitions
  • 2011 HTC -Highroad
  • 2012 Sky
  • 2013 Sky