Andy Bishop (cyclist)
|Full name||Andrew Bishop|
May 26, 1965 |
|Discipline||Road (1985–1996), Mountain (1996–2000)|
|1995 Herald Sun Tour – 1st|
Andy Bishop (born May 26, 1965) is a retired American professional racing cyclist from Tucson. He finished three Tours de France, riding with the Team Classification winners PDM-Ultima-Concorde in 1988. In 1995, he won the Herald Sun Tour. He lives in Williston, Vermont, and is currently married to Daria Bishop and has two children, Baxter and Summer. He is now a full-time professional photographer and is a co-owner of Daria Bishop Photographers. He coaches the current national champion mountain biker Lea Davison.
- 1987 Tour of the Gila – 1st
- 1988 Tour de France – 135th
- 1990 Tour de France – 116th
- 1991 Tour de France – 126th
- 1995 Herald Sun Tour – 1st
- 1987 Peace Race, 1st, stage 7 (first and only American to win a stage of this event)
- Partland, J. P. (2006). Tour fever: The armchair cyclist's guide to the Tour de France. New York: Perigee.
- http://www.letour.fr/HISTO/TDF/riders/us/4903.html Tour de France official website results for Andy Bishop
- http://www.heraldsuntour.com.au/index.php?id=113 "Jayco Herald Sun Tour 2009: Honour Roll of Past Winners"
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