Stuyven at the 2015 Vuelta a España
|Born||17 April 1992|
Leuven, Flanders, Belgium
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Weight||78 kg (172 lb; 12.3 st)|
|Rider type||Classics specialist|
|2009–2010||Avia Cycling Team|
|2014–||Trek Factory Racing|
Jasper Stuyven had a successful career as a junior rider. In 2009, at age 17, he won the UCI Junior World Road Race Championships. 2010 brought Stuyven more successes when he won one day races Paris-Roubaix Juniors and Remouchamps–Ferrières–Remouchamps.
Stuyven joined UCI WorldTeam Trek Factory Racing in 2014 at the age of 22. During this season, he rode in his first grand tour, the 2014 Vuelta a España. In this race, he earned fourth place in three stages and finished ninth in the points classification.
2015 brought Stuyven his biggest victory yet, when he won stage 8 of the 2015 Vuelta a España in a reduced bunch sprint. Stuyven had been involved in a crash earlier in the stage and he was forced to withdraw from the race after the stage with a broken scaphoid.
In 2016, he won the Belgian one-day race Kuurne–Brussels–Kuurne by breaking away solo for the last 17 kilometers of the race. Stuyven also earned a fifth place at the E3 Harelbeke. He was named in the start list for the 2016 Tour de France where he held the Polka dot jersey for two days.
He rode in the 2017 Giro d'Italia. Stuyven finished second behind Silvan Dillier of BMC Racing Team after the pair had been part of a five-man breakaway that rode clear of the peloton for almost all of the 217km stage.  The pair had been part of a five-man breakaway that rode clear of the peloton for almost all of the 217km stage. Stuyven finished the race in 98th place overall, and was second in the points classification behind Fernando Gaviria of Quick-Step Floors.
In 2018, Stuyven finished in the top 10 in many of the spring classics, including 4th place in the Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, and 5th in the 2018 Paris–Roubaix, being part of the chase group with Sep Vanmarcke and defending champion Greg Van Avermaet. In the Tour de France, he came close to winning Stage 14 but was overtaken on the last climb by eventual stage winner Omar Fraile with less than 3 kilometres to go. In September, he first won the Grand Prix de Wallonie, before winning his home town race in Leuven, the GP Jef Scherens.
Stuyven studied at the Sint-Pieterscollege in Leuven.
- 1st Road race, UCI Junior World Road Championships
- 2nd Overall Giro Della Toscana
- 3rd Overall Driedaagse van Axel
- 4th Overall Keizer der Juniores
- 1st Paris–Roubaix Juniors
- 1st Remouchamps–Ferrières–Remouchamps
- 1st Stage 3 Driedaagse van Axel
- 1st Stage 4 3 Giorni Orobica
- 2nd Paris–Roubaix Espoirs
- 1st Stage 3 Cascade Classic
- 7th Grand Prix de Wallonie
- 1st Overall Volta ao Alentejo
- 1st Stage 1 Tour de Beauce
- 3rd Grote Prijs Jef Scherens
- 3rd Liège–Bastogne–Liège Espoirs
- 1st Stage 8 Vuelta a España
- 1st Kuurne–Brussels–Kuurne
- 5th E3 Harelbeke
- 9th Omloop Het Nieuwsblad
- Tour de France
- Held after Stages 2–4
- Combativity award Stage 2
- 2nd Kuurne–Brussels–Kuurne
- 3rd Overall BinckBank Tour
- 1st Stage 7
- 3rd Road race, National Road Championships
- 4th Paris–Roubaix
- 5th Brussels Cycling Classic
- 6th Japan Cup
- 7th Eschborn-Frankfurt – Rund um den Finanzplatz
- 7th EuroEyes Cyclassics
- 8th Omloop Het Nieuwsblad
- 1st Grand Prix de Wallonie
- 1st Grote Prijs Jef Scherens
- 2nd Brussels Cycling Classic
- 3rd Road race, National Road Championships
- 3rd Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec
- 3rd Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen
- 4th Omloop Het Nieuwsblad
- 5th Paris–Roubaix
- 6th E3 Harelbeke
- 7th Tour of Flanders
- 9th Gent–Wevelgem
- 9th Halle–Ingooigem
- 10th Overall BinckBank Tour
- 1st Stage 4
- 10th Milan–San Remo
- 10th Dwars door Vlaanderen
- 10th Tour de l'Eurométropole
- Combativity award Stage 14 Tour de France
Grand Tour general classification results timeline
|Tour de France||—||—||99||—||63|
|Vuelta a España||88||DNF||—||—||—|
|—||Did not compete|
|DNF||Did not finish|
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