Fabian Wegmann

Fabian Wegmann ( born June 20, 1980 in Münster ( Westphalia ) ) is a German racing cyclist. Currently Wegmann lives in Freiburg.

Wegmann is 1,76 m tall and weighs about 60 kg. His particular strengths lie in its offensive driving style as well as its response speed of mean increases.


In 2001, Wegmann German road champion of U23. In 2002, he began with the German team Gerolsteiner his professional career. Due to its good results in one-day races he was in the following years as one of the largest German classic talent.

In 2004, he became the first German ever the green jersey as the best climber in the Giro d' Italia. In the German Cup before the start of the Tour de France in Freiburg im Breisgau, he finished in third place. In 2004 he took part for the first time in the Tour de France.

In May 2005, he was at the Rheinland- Pfalz Tour third in the individual standings. In June, he won the GP Black Forest, one of the heaviest German -day races, and took third place in a tough mountain stage of the Tour de Suisse. On the seventh stage of the Tour de France to Karlsruhe, he conquered after a 150 -km-long solo escape the polka-dot jersey and the most combative rider's red jersey number. Its growing list of victories, he expanded in 2005 by success at the Grand Prix of San Francisco and a stage win at the Tour of Poland, through which he imports his first ProTour points. As the first German he led to Germany Tour 2005 video diary, in which he gave an insight into the everyday work of a cyclist. He was honored by the Sports Federation of Münster at Sports Ball 2005 Sportsman of the Year.

The year 2006 was also a successful year for Wegmann, he won the Spanish -day races GP Miguel Indurain and the first stage of the Dauphiné Libéré, which he drove a day in the yellow jersey. He also managed to be the first German with a third place on the podium of the Giro di Lombardia. After the disqualification George Hincapies Wegmann is also stage winner of the fifth stage of the Tour of California.

Wegmann remained in the service of team Gerolsteiner until its dissolution in late 2008, after the main sponsor Gerolsteiner had retired. For the 2009 season, he joined the German team Milram. After the team was disbanded at the end of the season, Wegmann signed in October 2010, a two- year contract with the newly established Luxembourg team Leopard Trek. In 2012, Wegmann joined the Garmin-Cervélo team and was German in Grimsby Straßenradmeister.



  • A stage and Appreciation Sachsen-Tour
  • GP Citta di Rio Saliceto e Correggio


  • Tre Valli Varesine
  • Mountain stage Giro d'Italia


  • GP Schwarzwald
  • GP San Francisco
  • A stage in Tour of Poland


  • GP Miguel Indurain
  • A stage in the Tour of California
  • A stage of Dauphiné Libéré


  • German champion in the road race
  • Around the old town of Nuremberg


  • GP Miguel Indurain
  • German champion in the road race


  • Eschborn -Frankfurt City Loop
  • International German Championship


  • Around the financial center of Eschborn -Frankfurt


  • German champion in the road race

Placement in the Grand Tours


  • 2002-2008 Team Gerolsteiner (GST )
  • 2009-2010 Team Milram (MRM )
  • 2011 Leopard Trek ( LEO )
  • 2012-2014 Garmin - Sharp ( GRM)