Peter Luttenberger

Peter Luttenberger ( born December 13, 1972 in Bad Radkersburg ) is a former Austrian cyclist.


Peter Luttenberger was predestined to climbers due to its body size ( 59 kg at 173 cm body size). As an amateur he celebrated many successes - he won the 1993 Giro di Lombardia, the Piccolo and the 1994 Giro del Mendrisio - and drove off pro in 1995 for the Italian team Carrera Jeans as team-mate Claudio Chiappucci. There he could win in 1996 is equal in its second year, the overall classification of the Tour de Suisse with a lead of 15 seconds on the Italian Gianni Faresin and finished fifth overall at the Tour de France, he dei throughout his cycling career total denied five times. 1992 and 1996 launched Luttenberger the road race; In 1992 he was 28 and in 1996 he was 81

1996 wrote Luttenberger a two-year contract with Rabobank. From 1999 to 2000 he was at ONCE and then for two years at Vini Caldirola under contract. From 2003 he was employed as a professional with the Danish team CSC. On February 19, 2007 Peter Luttenberger announced his retirement from competitive cycling.


  • Overall win Tour de Suisse
  • 5 General Classification Tour de France
  • Austria Austrian Champion in the time trial
  • Stage winner Tour of Austria
  • Austria Austrian Champion in the time trial