2007 T-Mobile Team 2008 Team Columbia 2009 Team Milram 2010 Team Milram 2011 Quick Step 2012 Omega Pharma - Quick Step
Gerald was born in Cologne and grew up with his parents and an older brother. He loves traveling to exotic places during the off season and describes spontaneous holidays as his best experiences. “The best holidays are the trips you decide on last minute’, he says. He still lives in Cologne and thinks it’s one of the best cities in the world.
He was attracted to cycling through the attention that the T-Mobile team brought the sport in Germany. He quickly discovered his talent on the bike and became the youngest German road champion at 18 years old. His best moment on the bike was winning the under 23 world championships the following year. Gerald joined Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b at the end of 2012 and was given the responsibily of being the teams protected leader in the big races. He relished it and took five victories in his debut season with the team, the biggest being the Milan Sanremo Classic.
What has been your best moment on bike?
Winning World Championships in 2006
Rider you most admire and why?
Hushovd, he is a great professional cyclist
If you were not in professional cycling, what would you be doing right now?
Travelling around the world
What’s your relationship status?
Facebook or Twitter?
Find me on Gerald Ciolek and @GeraldCiolek
2014 3º in Köln (Rund um Köln) , Köln (Nordrhein-Westfalen), Germany
2014 9º in Milano – San Remo (Milan – San Remo) , San Remo (Liguria), Italy
2014 8º in Le Samyn (Memorial José Samyn) , Dour (Hainaut), Belgium
2014 1º in Stage 3 Vuelta a Andalucia, Sevilla (Andalucia), Spain
2013 1º in Milano – San Remo, San Remo (ITA)
2013 1º in Stage 2 Tour of Britain, Kendal (Cumbria), Great Britain
2013 1º in Stage 2 Driedaagse van West-Vlaanderen,(BEL)
2013 1º in Stage 3 Bayern Rundfahrt, Kelheim (GER)
2013 1º in Stage 6 Österreich-Rundfahrt, Poysdorf (Niederösterreich), Austria
2013 2º in Stage 1 Tour de Luxembourg, Hautcharage (Luxembourg), Luxemburg
2013 2º in National Championship, Road, Elite, Germany Wangen im Allgäu , Germany
2013 2º in Stage 2 Bayern Rundfahrt, Viechtach (GER)
2013 3º in Stage 2 Tirreno – Adriatico, Indicatore (ITA)
2013 4º in Stage 3 Tirreno – Adriatico, Narni Scalo (ITA)
2013 4º in Stage 1 Bayern Rundfahrt, Mühldorf a. Inn (GER)
2013 4º in Stage 1 Volta a Portugal, Aveiro (Aveiro), Portugal
2013 5º in Trofeo Laigueglia, Laigueglia (ITA)
2013 5º in Eschborn-Frankfurt City Loop, Frankfurt (GER)
2013 6º in Stage 5 Bayern Rundfahrt, Nürnberg (GER)
2013 6º in Stage 1 World Ports Classic, Rotterdam (Zuid-Holland), The Netherlands
2013 10º in General Classification Bayern Rundfahrt (GER)
2013 11º in Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, Gent (BEL)
2012 1º in Stage 4 Volta ao Algarve, Tavira (POR)
2012 2º in Stage 4 Tour Down Under, Tanunda (AUS)
2012 2º in Stage 3 Critérium du Dauphiné, La Clayette (FRA)
2012 3º in Stage 1 Tour de L’Ain/Prix de l’Amitié, Trevoux (FRA)
2012 3º in Stage 8 Tour of California, Los Angeles (USA)
2012 3º in Stage 2 Volta ao Algarve, Lagoa (POR)
2011 2º in National Championship, Road, Elite, Germany, Neuwied (GER)
2011 2º in Stage 1 Volta ao Algarve, Albufeira (POR)
2011 5º in Stage 12 Giro d’Italia, Ravenna (ITA)
2011 7º in Stage 15 Tour de France, Montpellier (FRA)
2011 8º in Stage 6 Tour de France, Lisieux (FRA)
2010 1º in Stage 3 Bayern Rundfahrt, Hersbruck (GER)
2010 2º in Stage 1 Quatre jours de Dunkerque, Bray-Dunes (FRA)
2010 2º in Stage 5 Tour de France, Montargis (FRA)
2010 2º in Stage 1 Circuit Franco-Belge, Mouscron (BEL)
2009 1º in Stage 2 Vuelta a España, Emmen (ESP)
2009 1º in Trofeo Calvia, Palmanova (ESP)
2009 2º in Stage 2 Tour de Suisse, Davos (SUI)
2009 3º in Stage 2 Volta ao Algarve, Lagos (POR)
2009 3º in Stage 19 Tour de France, Aubenas (FRA)
2009 3º in Points classification Tour de France (FRA)
2009 4º in Stage 21 Tour de France, Paris Champs-Élysées (FRA)