Julian Dean

New Zealand road champion in 2007, 2008   Tour de la Région Wallonne 2003

Julian Dean ( born January 28, 1975 in Hamilton ) is a former racing cyclist from New Zealand.


Julian Dean began his career in 1996 at Shaklee. He was taken off the U.S. Postal Service Pro Cycling Team under contract in 1999. On the side of Lance Armstrong in 1999, he could win the overall title at the Tour of Wellington, 2001, a stage of the Vuelta a Castilla y León and the First Union Classic. He then moved to the Danish team CSC.

Only he could repeat his victory at the First Union Classic and then he won two stages at the Tour de la Region Wallonne, and the overall standings. He also decided in the fall of another stage of the Circuit Franco -Belge for themselves. From 2004 to 2007 Dean went for the French ProTour team Crédit Agricole. Since 2008, Dean travels at ProTeam Garmin - Slipstream. In the 2004 Tour de France he took time for the first part.

Curiosities happened on the 13th stage of the Tour de France 2009., Where Dean and Oscar Freire were shot in a descent with an air rifle. However, both of them wore no serious injuries and were able to continue the race without any major problems.

Since then he drives for Garmin -Transitions, he took part in any of the three major national tours, to which the team has been invited. He has since formed a successful team with the American Tyler Farrar, for whom he acts as Anfahrer in mass sprints. In 2009, Dean ended the only cyclist all three Grand Tours.

2010 reached Dean, both at the Giro, and the Tour de France ( after the fall task of Farrar ), several podiums in mass sprints.

In 2011 he won with his team, both the team time trial in the Tour de France, as well as the team title.

After the New Zealand championship in January 2013, where he finished fourth, he finished his career.



  • A stage and General Classification Tour of Wellington


  • First Union Classic


  • First Union Classic
  • Two stages and General Classification Tour de la Région Wallonne
  • A stage Circuit Franco -Belge


  • New Zealand road champion


  • New Zealand road champion
  • Team time trial Giro d' Italia
  • Team time trial Tour de France

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