|1.||1997||EC Bayer Worringen||1||849|
|2.||1998||EC Bayer Worringen||22||640|
|4.||2000||Saeco - Valli & Valli||70||526|
|6.||2002||Saeco - Longoni Sport||22||879|
|11.||2007||Team Wiesenhof Felt||47||717|
Jörg Ludewig (born 9 September 1975 in Halle, North Rhine-Westphalia) is a former German cyclist. Ludewig turned professional in 1997, with the Gerolsteiner team. He became a typical "bottlebringer" and teamrider while doing several "grand tours", including 3 times Tour de France.
In August 2006, Ludewig was suspended from the T-Mobile Team for some races due to doping discussions, and a letter where Ludewig informed himself regarding substances being used in the sports-world.
He raced in Steinhagen, his last race in 2006, and signed a contract with "Wiesenhof Felt" for 2007.
After being a Pro Rider, Ludewig became head of sales at lightweight.info while taking care of a hobbyteam of freetime-riders. He switched to the Dr. Wolff group in 2015 as a sports marketing manager. His daughter was born in January 2015.