|1.||1998||Petroleo de Colombia - Energia Pura||0||1168|
|2.||2000||Kelme - Costa Blanca||361||173|
|3.||2001||Kelme - Costa Blanca||503||122|
|4.||2002||Cage Maglierie - Olmo||52||665|
|5.||2003||Labarca-2 - Cafe Baque||743||62|
|7.||2005||Team Barloworld - Valsir||62||610|
Félix Rafael Cárdenas Ravalo (born November 24, 1973 in Encino, Santander) is a Colombian road bicycle racer, who rides for the Formesan amateur squad. He previously rode for UCI Professional Continental team Barloworld until the team's demise in 2009. In the 2001 Tour de France, Cardenas took one of the biggest victory of his career on the mountainous stage 12. He crossed the line solo in Ax-les-Thermes, with Roberto Laiseka and Lance Armstrong rounding the podium. He performed his trademark victory salute, standing on the pedals with arms raised high in the air.