Johan Vansummeren

Tour of Poland 2007 Paris -Roubaix 2011

Johan Vansummeren ( born February 4, 1981 in Lommel ) is a Belgian racing cyclist.


Vansummeren won the U23 host of Omloop Het Volk 2002. Then he was allowed to drive in the late summer for Domo - Farm Frites internships. He received a contract for the following season, but was able to drive for the U23 team of Quick · Step. He won this year at Liege -Bastogne- Liege and was running second behind Sergey Lagutin in the road race of the Road Cycling Championships. For the 2004 season, he signed a professional contract with Relax- Bodysol. Since 2005 Vansummeren drives for the Belgian ProTour team Davitamon -Lotto. He played in the same year his first Tour de France and finished it on the 136th place overall. On the 63rd overall he improved in 2007. Subsequently, he won the Tour of Poland. In 2010 Vansummeren finished the Tour de France on the 30th place; after the early loss of his captain Christian Vande Velde, Vansummeren was divided as precious helper for Ryder Hesjedal. The greatest success of his career he was able to celebrate 2011 at the classic Paris -Roubaix, as he was the last to Remaining a breakaway group to the finish 19 seconds ahead of Fabian Cancellara and Maarten Tjallingii.


  • Omloop Het Volk ( U23 )
  • Liege -Bastogne- Liege ( U23 )
  • Appreciation and a stage Tour of Poland
  • TTT Tour of Qatar

Grand Tour Ranking


  • 2004: Relax- Bodysol
  • 2005-2006: Davitamon -Lotto
  • 2007: Predictor -Lotto
  • 2008-2009: Silence-Lotto
  • 2010 -: Garmin -Sharp