Jonathan Page (cyclist)

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Jonathan Page
Jonathan Page 2006.jpg
Personal information
Full name Jonathan Page
Born (1976-09-16) September 16, 1976 (age 37)
 United States
Height 1.78 m
Team information
Current team Planet Bike
Discipline Cyclo-cross
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
2003-2006
2000-2002
2003-2004
2005
2006
2007
2008-
Colavita Sutter Home
CYBC/Richard Sachs Cyclocross Team
Selle Italia-Guerciotti, Hot Tubes
Liberty Mutual, Cervélo
Morgan Blue, Cervélo
Sunweb-Projob
Planet Bike
Major wins

1st - US National Cyclocross Championships 2004
1st - US National Cyclocross Championships 2012
1st - US National Cyclocross Championships 2003
1st - US National Cyclocross Championships 2002
2nd - US National Cyclocross Championships 2006
2nd - CX Worlds 2006/2007
3rd - US National Cyclocross Championships 2005
10th - CX Worlds 2005/2006

14th - CX Worlds 2004/2005
Infobox last updated on
December 26, 2006

Jonathan Page (September 16, 1976 in Tilton, New Hampshire, USA) is an American bicycle racer specializing in cyclo-cross and road racing. He was the USA Cycling National Cyclo-cross Champion in 2002 (primary sponsor Richard Sachs), 2003 (primary sponsor Selle Italia-Guerciotti) and 2004 (primary sponsor Cervélo). Page won his fourth National Championship in 2013. He currently lives in Kamas, Utah when not based in Oudenaarde, Belgium during the cyclocross season.

Career achievements[edit]

2002–2003
1st, USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships
2003–2004
1st, USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships
2004–2005
14th, UCI World Cyclo-cross Championships
1st, USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships
2005–2006
10th, World Cyclo-cross Championships, Zeddam, The Netherlands
1st, Fitchburg Longsjo Classic
3rd, USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships, Providence, RI
2006–2007
2nd, UCI World Cyclo-cross Championships, Hooglede-Gits, Belgium
2nd, USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships, Providence, RI
3rd, Cyclo-cross Gazet van Antwerpen (Oostmalle), Belgium
2007–2008
2nd, USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships, Kansas City, Kansas
2011–2012
3rd, USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships, Madison, Wisconsin
2013
1st, USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships, Verona, Wisconsin

External links[edit]

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Todd Wells
USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships
2002-2003, 2003-2004, 2004-2005
Succeeded by
Todd Wells