Markus Eibegger

Markus Eibegger (born 16 October 1984) is an Austrian cyclist.


Markus Eibegger ( Rapso Knittel field ) won the Giro Salzkammergut in spring 2006. A little later he scored in Thuringia Tour some good stage Platzierunge and finally finished in fourth place in the overall standings. In August, he won the Swiss U23 race GP Tell for itself. The road Cycling Championships in their own country Eibegger was excluded from the U23 squad, because he illegally removed from the team camp. In 2007 he received his first professional contract with Team Elk Haus - Simplon. On the basis of a lucrative contract offer from a Spanish professional teams Eibegger broke after nine weeks of his training to law enforcement officers on October 27, 2009.

The native Knittelfelder lives with his partner and his daughter in Vorchdorf. In 2012 Eibegger will start for the Austrian Continental team Gourmetfein catfish.


  • Select International Tour Styria Tour
  • Grand Prix Tell ( U23 )
  • Burgenland Tour
  • Thermal Country GP
  • Vienna - Lassnitzhoehe
  • Three stage victories and overall Styria Tour
  • Giro di Festina
  • Diexer ÖAMTC hillclimb
  • Austrian champion mountain
  • Overall victory Tchibo Top Rad League (National Race series)
  • Austrian champion mountain
  • Three stage victories and overall Styria Tour
  • Burgenland Tour
  • Vienna - Lassnitzhoehe
  • Istrian Spring Trophy a stage
  • A stage Tour of Bavaria
  • Austrian champion mountain
  • Jews Village Strassengel
  • Austrian Champion - Road Race
  • Two stages of the three - nation tour
  • A stage and General Classification Tour de Taiwan
  • A stage in Upper Austria Tour
  • Austrian champion mountain
  • Istrian Spring Trophy a stage
  • Istrian Spring Trophy
  • Team time trial Tour of Székelyföld
  • A stage Sibiu Cycling Tour


  • 2007 Elk Haus -Simplon
  • 2008 Elk Haus -Simplon
  • 2009 Elk House
  • 2010 Footon - Servetto
  • 2011 Tabriz Petrochemical Team
  • 2012 RC ARBÖ Gourmetfein Wels
  • 2013 Team Gourmetfein Simplon
  • 2014 Synergy Baku Cycling Project