2009 national road cycling championships

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The 2009 national road cycling championships began in January in Australia and New Zealand. Most of the European national championships took place in June.

Jerseys[edit]

The winner of each national championship wears the national jersey in all their races for the next year in the respective discipline, apart from the World Championships, or unless they are wearing a category leader's jersey in a stage race. The jerseys tend to represent the countries' flag or use the colours from it.

2009 Champions[edit]

With eight national champions, Team Columbia-HTC (1 road race champion and 7 time trial champions) had the most national champions in 2009.

Men's Elite[edit]

Country Men's Elite Road Race Champion Champion's Current Team Men's Elite Time Trial Champion Champion's Current Team
 Albania Eugert Zhupa Eugert Zhupa
 Andorra David Albós Agrupació Ciclista Andorrana
 Argentina Facundo Bazzi Juan Curuchet
 Antigua and Barbuda Godfrey Pollydore Robert Marsh
 Australia Peter McDonald Drapac–Porsche Michael Rogers Team Columbia-High Road
 Austria Markus Eibegger Elk Haus Matthias Brändle Elk Haus
 Bahamas Lee Farmer Mark Holowesko
 Belarus Yauheni Hutarovich Française des Jeux Branislau Samoilau Quick Step
 Belgium Tom Boonen Quick Step Maxime Monfort Team Columbia-HTC
 Belize Marlon Castillo Ernest Meighan Belize Cycling
 Bermuda Scott Williams Garth Thomson
 Bolivia Arnold Zapata Arnold Zapata
 Brazil Flavio Santos Rodrigo Nascimento
 British Virgin Islands Aurélien Moyon France Andrews Orano Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
 Bulgaria Ivaïlo Gabrovski Heraklion-Nessebar Pavel Shumanov
 Burkina Faso Rabak Jérémie Ouedraogo
 Cameroon Sadrak Teguimaha
 Canada Guillaume Boivin Svein Tuft Garmin-Slipstream
 Cayman Islands Jerome Ameline
 Chile José Aravena Jorge Contreras
 China Xu Gang Max Success Sports Li Fuyu Trek-Marco Polo Cycling Team
 Colombia Oscar Álvarez UNE-EPM Santiago Botero Indeportes Antioquia
 Costa Rica Henry Raabe José Adrián Bonilla
 Ivory Coast Issiaka Fofana AS Cavel de Koumassi
 Croatia Radoslav Rogina Loborika Bruno Radotič BK Puris Kamen
 Cyprus Vassilis Adamou Vassilis Adamou
 Czech Republic Martin Mareš PSK Whirlpool-Author František Raboň Team Columbia-HTC
 Denmark Matti Breschel Team Saxo Bank Lars Bak Team Saxo Bank
 Ecuador cancelled Roberto Quistial
 El Salvador Reynaldo Murillo Mario Contreras
 Estonia Rein Taaramäe Cofidis Rein Taaramäe Cofidis
 France Dimitri Champion Bretagne-Schuller Jean-Christophe Péraud Creusot Cyclisme
 Finland Kjell Carlström Liquigas Jarmo Rissanen Cycle Center
 Germany Martin Reimer Cervélo TestTeam Bert Grabsch Team Columbia-HTC
 Greece Ioannis Drakakis Ioannis Tamouridis
 Guatemala Rolando Solomán Rodrigo Castillo
 Guyana Warren McKay
 Hungary Istvan Cziraki Betonexpressz 2000–Limonta Rida Cador Atlas–Romer's Hausbäckerei
 Iceland Pálmar Kristmundsson Hafsteinn Geirsson
 Iran Rahim Ememi Mehdi Sohrabi Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team
 Ireland Nicolas Roche Ag2r-La Mondiale David McCann Ride Sport Racing
 Israel Avichai Greenberg Eyal Rahat
 Italy Filippo Pozzato Team Katusha Marco Pinotti Team Columbia-HTC
 Japan Taiji Nishitani Aisan Racing Team Kazuhiro Mori Aisan Racing Team
 Kazakhstan Dimitri Fofonov Andrey Mizourov Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team
 Kyrgyzstan Evgeny Vakker Islamic Azad University Evgeny Vakker Islamic Azad University
 Latvia Oleg Melehs Meridiana – Kalev Chocolate Team Raivis Belohvoščiks Betonexpressz 2000–Limonta
 Lebanon Zaher El Hage Zaher El Hage
 Lithuania Egidijus Juodvalkis Team Piemonte Ignatas Konovalovas Cervélo TestTeam
 Luxembourg Andy Schleck Team Saxo Bank Kim Kirchen Team Columbia-High Road
 Mexico Florencio Ramos Chiapas Tequila Afamado Ignacio Sarabia Rock Racing
 Mauritius Yannick Lincoln Yannick Lincoln
 Moldova Oleg Berdos Serghei Tvetcov
 Morocco Adil Jelloul
 Namibia Tjipee Murangi Erik Hoffmann
 Netherlands Koos Moerenhout Rabobank Stef Clement Rabobank
 North Korea Ho Nam Ri Chol Ryong Kim
 New Zealand Gordon McCauley Subway – Avanti Cycling Team Jeremy Vennell Bissell
 Norway Kurt Asle Arvesen Team Saxo Bank Edvald Boasson Hagen Team Columbia-High Road
 Panama Fernando Ureña Mohamed Méndez
 Poland Krzysztof Jezowski CCC Polsat Polkowice Maciej Bodnar Liquigas
 Portugal Manuel Cardoso Liberty Seguros Tiago Machado Madeinox–Boavista
 Romania Sorin Gabriel Pop C.S. Mazicon Bucureşti Sorin Gabriel Pop C.S. Mazicon Bucureşti
 Russia Sergei Ivanov Team Katusha Artem Ovechkin Lokomotiv
 Serbia Ivan Stević Zolt Der
 Slovakia Martin Velits Team Milram Roman Bronis CK Windoor's Pribram
 Slovenia Mitja Mahoric Adria Mobil Janez Brajkovič Astana
 South Africa Jamie Ball House of Paint David George Barloworld
 Spain Rubén Plaza Liberty Seguros Alberto Contador Astana
 Sweden Marcus Ljungqvist Team Saxo Bank Alexander Wetterhall
  Switzerland Fabian Cancellara Team Saxo Bank Rubens Bertogliati Diquigiovanni-Androni
 Tunisia Aymen Ben Hassine
 Ukraine Volodymyr Starchyk Amore & Vita-McDonald's Andriy Grivko ISD
 United Kingdom Kristian House Rapha Condor Bradley Wiggins Garmin-Slipstream
 Uruguay Néstor Aquino Club Ciclista Fénix Daniel Fuentes Olimpico Juvenil De Flores
 United Arab Emirates Mohamed Al Marwi Badr Banihammad
 United States George Hincapie Team Columbia-HTC David Zabriskie Garmin-Slipstream
 United States Virgin Islands Robert Bumann
 Uzbekistan Sergey Lagutin Vacansoleil Vladimir Tuychiev
 Venezuela Honorio Machado Betonexpressz 2000–Limonta José Rujano Gobernación del Zulia
 Zimbabwe Conway Mohamed Dave Martin

Women's[edit]

Country Women's Road Race Champion Women's Time Trial Champion
 Argentina Carla Álvarez Valeria Muller
 Antigua and Barbuda Tamiko Butler
 Australia Carla Ryan Carla Ryan
 Austria Christiane Soeder Christiane Soeder
 Belarus Tatsiana Sharakova Tatsiana Sharakova
 Belgium Ludivine Henrion Liesbet De Vocht
 Bolivia
 Brazil
 Canada
 Chile
 China
 Colombia
 Costa Rica Rebeca Gonzalez
 Croatia
 Cyprus
 Czech Republic Tereza Huríková
 Denmark Linda Villumsen Linda Villumsen
 Ecuador
 Estonia
 France Jeannie Longo
 Finland Carina Ketonen Heljä Korhonen
 Germany
 Hungary Monika Király
 Iran
 Ireland Heather Wilson Olivia Dillon
 Israel Leah Goldstein Leah Goldstein
 Italy Monia Baccaille Noemi Cantele
 Japan Kanako Nishi Mayuko Hagiwara
 Kazakhstan
 Latvia
 Lebanon
 Lithuania Rasa Leleivytė Diana Žiliūtė
 Luxembourg
 Moldova
 Netherlands Marianne Vos
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 New Zealand Melissa Holt Melissa Holt
 Norway Gunn Hilleren
 Poland Bogumila Matusiak
 Portugal
 Russia Yulia Ilinykh Tatyana Antoshina
 Serbia Jovana Krtinic Jovana Krtinic
 Slovakia
 Slovenia
 South Africa Lynette Burger Cashandra Slingerland
 Spain
 Sweden Jennie Stenerhag Emilia Fahlin
  Switzerland Karin Thürig
 Ukraine
 United Kingdom Nicole Cooke Emma Pooley
 United States Meredith Miller
 Uzbekistan
 Venezuela

Men's Under-23[edit]

Country Men's Under-23 Road Race Champion Men's Under-23 Time Trial Champion
 Argentina Román Mastrángelo Román Mastrángelo
 Antigua and Barbuda
 Australia Jack Bobridge Jack Bobridge
 Austria
 Belarus
 Belgium
 Bolivia
 Brazil
 Canada Guillaume Boivin David Veilleux
 Chile
 China
 Colombia
 Costa Rica
 Croatia
 Cyprus
 Czech Republic
 Denmark Rasmus Guldhammer
 Ecuador
 Estonia
 France
 Finland Paavo Paajanen Teemu Viholainen
 Germany
 Hungary Vígh Zoltán Fejes Gábor
 Iran
 Ireland Seán Downey Aaron Buggle
 Israel
 Italy Andrea Zontan Alfredo Balloni
 Japan Eiichi Hirai Yoshiaki Shimada
 Kazakhstan
 Latvia
 Lebanon
 Lithuania
 Luxembourg
 Moldova
 Netherlands Steven Kruijswijk Dennis van Winden
 New Zealand James Williamson Michael Torckler
 Norway Alexander Kristoff Alexander Randin
 Poland
 Portugal Nelson Oliveira
 Romania Andrei Nechita Zoltan Sipos
 Russia Andrei Solomennikov Timofey Kritskiy
 Slovakia
 Slovenia
 South Africa Christopher Jennings Jaco Venter
 Spain
 Sweden Tobias Ludvigsson
  Switzerland Nicolas Schnyder
 Ukraine
 United Kingdom Peter Kennaugh Alex Dowsett
 United States Alex Howes
 Uzbekistan
 Venezuela
Preceded by
2008
National road cycling championships
2009
Succeeded by
2010