Support us and keep our site ad-free

February 29, 2024 - Stephan van Uijtregt is created by three cycling fans, just as a hobby, which has gotten a bit out of control (currently our database contains 66000 riders from 160 countries, and 35000 results from races in 45 countries.) But apart from being all cycling fans, we are also family. Peter van Uijtregt, the father, has been interested in cycling for many years and started creating a ranking about the best cyclists of the world, already in the 1970s. The two sons, Stephan and Arnim have, of course, also been "infected" with the cycling bug in their infant years. But kids grow up fast and by now Stephan has become an expert in sports marketing, and Arnim has become a software engineer. Their expertise led to the possibility to create a proper website for these cycling rankings the father created and was born.

Support us and keep the site ad-free

As you might understand, here at CyclingRanking we're passionate about cycling. Like you, we love cycling and its history.

We do this as a hobby, which (like all hobbies) takes lots of time, that we gladly dedicate and also money. The web offers a range of possibilities to cover ones costs, however we want to keep the site ad free, don't store nor sell any of your data, do not take kickbacks for promoting products and, we strive to maintain our editorial independence.

If you would like to help us keep producing the content on this site, you can support us by doing a small donation of your choice. It would help us cover things like hosting costs, subscriptions to historical newspaper archives, etc.

These donations will be handled by Paypal, which assures secure handling and confidentiality. In order to use that service you will need a Paypal account which can be created at their site. When you click the support button on our site, it will take you to the following screen, where you can find a link to create a PayPal account:



In any case thank you very much for your interest in and support for the site and keep enjoying!

Picture by Marianne Casamance (Wikimedia)