Julien Loubet

Julien Loubet ( born January 11, 1985 in Toulouse ) is a French cyclist.

Loubet began his professional career in 2005, when French cycling team AG2R Prévoyance, after winning the amateur tour " Ronde du Sidobre " before. In 2007 he participated for the first time with the Giro d' Italia on one of the three Grand Tours in part, but the race had to give up during the 8th stage. In 2010 he celebrated his first professional victory at the La Tropicale Amissa Bongo. After his contract was not renewed after the 2011 season and he found no other team, but he did not even finish his career at just 26, he joined the French amateur team GSC Blagnac with the aim of as soon as possible again a professional contract to receive.


  • France French Champion - Road Race ( U23 )
  • A stage La Tropicale Amissa Bongo


  • 2004 GSC Blagnac
  • 2005 AG2R Prévoyance
  • 2006 AG2R Prévoyance
  • 2007 AG2R Prévoyance
  • 2008 AG2R La Mondiale
  • 2009 AG2R La Mondiale
  • 2010 AG2R La Mondiale
  • 2011 AG2R La Mondiale
  • 2012 GSC Blagnac
  • 2013 U.S. Montauban Cyclisme 82
  • 2014 GSC Blagnac Velo Sport 31