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Historic Overview Bob Roll

Rider

Overall Rank3781
NameBob ROLL
Country
  United States
Date of birth07-Jul-1960 - Oakland (California)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Biography

Bob Roll

Bob "Bobke" Roll (born July 7, 1960) is an American former professional cyclist, author, and television sports commentator. He was a member of the 7-Eleven until 1990 and competed for the Motorola in 1991. In 1992 Roll moved to Greg LeMond's Z team and added mountain biking to his racing accomplishments. Roll continued racing mountain bikes professionally through 1998. Roll is known in the cycling world, and to his global cable television fans, as "Bobke".

He has written Bobke: A Ride on the Wild Side of Cycling, Bobke II, and two Tour de France Companion volumes. ("Bobke" is Southern Dutch for "Bobby".) He has also had many columns published in VeloNews. He is credited with suggesting that Joe Parkin, professional cyclist and author, move to Europe and wrote the foreword for Joe's first book.

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Badges

2

Major Victories

Coors Classic - stages 1985 (1)
Tour de Romandie - stages 1988 (1)
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Seasons

Bob Roll - Scores by Season

Year Team Score Rank
1. 1984 Individual 0 1301
2. 1985 7 Eleven 85 401
3. 1986 7 Eleven - Hoonved 159 321
4. 1987 7 Eleven - Hoonved 254 235
5. 1988 7 Eleven - Hoonved 254 239
6. 1989 7 Eleven - American Airlines 108 412
7. 1990 7 Eleven - Hoonved 212 266
8. 1991 Motorola 59 516
9. 1992 Z 1 1245
10. 1993 Pro Flex 1 1191
Overall: 1133 3781