Historic Overview Ryan Roth

Rider

Overall Rank4348
NameRyan ROTH
Country
  Canada
Date of birth10-Jan-1983 - Kitchener (Ontario)
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Biography

Ryan Roth (born January 10, 1983) is a Canadian road bicycle racer riding for the Silber Pro Cycling Team. Prior to becoming a road cyclist, Roth also competed in the junior levels in mountain-biking and cyclo-cross; he was national junior cyclo-cross champion in 2000.

Born in Kitchener, Ontario, Roth has competed as a professional since 2002, making his début with the Sympatico–Jet Fuel Coffee team. After a short stint with the Kelly Benefit Strategies–Medifast team, Roth competed for the SpiderTech–C10 team from its formation as a professional team at the start of 2008, when it was known as Team R.A.C.E. Pro. Having featured highly in several North and Central American races during his career, Roth won his first UCI Europe Tour race in April 2012, by winning the Tro-Bro Léon race. Roth soloed to victory in Lannilis after catching the breakaway and went clear of them, finishing thirteen seconds clear of his nearest rival, Benoit Jarrier of Véranda Rideau U. It was the first non-French victory in the race since Mark Renshaw in 2006, and was his team's first victory of the year. Roth also won the 2012 Elite Men's Canadian National Road Race Championship.

source - Wikipedia