Niki Aebersold

Niki Aebersold ( born July 5, 1972 in Freimettigen ) is a retired Swiss professional road bicycle racer.

Niki Aebersold began his professional career in 1996 in which just one year existing team PMU Romand - Bepsa. In 1997 and 1998 he drove team for Swiss Post. There he was able to celebrate his first successes and in 1998 Swiss champion in the road race. In 1999, he signed a contract with the Dutch team Rabobank. In 2000 he first took part in the three-week Tour of Italy and was 68

From 2001 to 2003 Aebersold drove the German team Coast, on the 2003 also joined Jan Ullrich. When the crew salaries, the driver is unable to pay and was therefore blocked by the World Cycling Federation, Aebersold took the opportunity and joined together with Alex Zülle back to Switzerland for Phonak team. With this team he went again in 2004 with in the Tour of Italy. In July of the same year he won a stage at the Tour de Suisse. In 2005, he finished his career with 33 years.