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Riders Profile: Bobby Julich


Interviews (16)



16 Interviews

Return to Tinkoff Saxo feels like home

Cyclingnews, Daniel Ben, 10 November 2014
Posted by: Bitossi

Julich joined Oleg Tinkov’s team earlier this month as Head Coach, and spent last week climbing Mount Kilimanjaro with his new colleagues. He knows the spine of the management at the team having ridden for Bjarne Riis for several years before then stepping up to coach the team after his retirement from racing in 2008.



Nostalgic Julich hangs up wheels

cyclingnews.com, Bruce Hildenbrand, 8 November 2008
Posted by: lucybears

One of America's most accomplished professional racers, Bobby Julich will step off the bike at the end of the 2008 season. In a career that spanned fifteen years, he became the second American to stand on the podium at the Tour de France and the first to take the overall victory at Paris-Nice.



Part 2 - ‘Love-hate relationship with Tour’

velonews.com, Andrew Hood, 28 March 2008
Posted by: lucybears

This weekend, the veteran CSC rider lines up for the Critérium International, a race he won in his big comeback season in 2005. Julich’s big goal of the year is to perform well in ASO’s flagship event, the Tour de France.



Part 1 - We’re on our last leg

velonews.com, Andrew Hood, 18 March 2008
Posted by: lucybears

Bobby Julich (CSC) says cycling’s peloton gets the message when it comes to the doping issue. The 36-year-old veteran believes that the majority of riders support clean racing and realize the credibility gap facing the sport as it enters a decisive season.



Champing at Bit to Get Back in Saddle

csc.com, 27 November 2006
Posted by: lucybears

The 35-year-old is preparing for what could be his final season as a professional. With his contract up at the end of the 2007 season, Julich has some unfinished business. He’s still dreaming of capturing the yellow jersey at the Tour de France and winning an Olympic gold medal.



A maglia rosa for two

cyclingnews.com, Shane Stokes, 4 May 2006
Posted by: lucybears

Bobby Julich makes his Giro debut this weekend, finally riding the Tour of Italy after a long career in the peloton. He and the rest of the CSC team are fully behind Ivan Basso, but the American rider has one personal ambition he'd also like to achieve.



Reality bites thrice

cyclingnews.com, Anthony Tan, 27 April 2006
Posted by: lucybears

2006 has been a another reality check for Bobby Julich, who found himself on the edge of doing totally the wrong thing earlier in the year and risking burning matches when he didn't need to.



Bobby's guide to staying strong

cyclingnews.com, Shane Stokes, 9 March 2006
Posted by: lucybears

He's now 34 years of age but Bobby Julich appears to be as strong as ever. This was evident after he won the prologue of this year's Paris-Nice recently.



LIFE IN NICE – Nice!

Pezcyclingnews.com, Andrew Rogers, 7 March 2006
Posted by: lucybears

A few weeks back, when asked about this ‘Cali’ boot camp in skin cancer-sizzling Solvang, California, he looked around and laughed, "this is no boot camp, this is vacation, I'm just eating burritos and quaffing vente americanos…



The Zen thing is happening.

dailypeloton.com, Cathy Mehl, 21 February 2006
Posted by: lucybears

Sure enough, once in town, CSC held a press conference and I found myself face to face with Mr. Julich. Questions in hand, we sat down and discussed Bobby's career and his outlook for the future.



Q&A With Bobby Julich, Part 3: The Future of Pro Cycling in America

csc.com, csc.com, 27 December 2005
Posted by: lucybears

Olympic medalist and Team CSC cyclist Bobby Julich discusses the prospects for professional cycling in America in this interview with csc.com. For more with Bobby Julich, read Part 1 and Part 2 of this interview series.



Q&A With Bobby Julich, Part 2: Getting Started and Personal Sacrifices

csc.com, csc.com, 27 December 2005
Posted by: lucybears

In Part 2 of this three-part interview with csc.com, Olympic bronze medalist and Team CSC cyclist Bobby Julich talks about his life and inspiration as a professional cyclist. Read more from Julich in Part 1 and Part 3 of this interview.



Q&A With Bobby Julich, Part 1: Boot Camp, Management and Team Values

csc.com, csc.com, 27 December 2005
Posted by: lucybears

In this interview with csc.com, Olympic bronze medalist Bobby Julich reflects on the 2005 ProTour season and what makes Team CSC successful. In Part 2 of this interview Julich discusses his start in cycling and the personal sacrifices he’s made, and in Part 3 he discusses the future prospects of professional cycling in America.



One last big push

Cyclingnews.com, Shane Stokes, 22 September 2005
Posted by: lucybears

Bobby Julich has been undoubtedly one of the star performers of 2005, riding with impressive form from the start of the season right up until the end, taking victories at Paris-Nice, the Eneco Tour of Bénélux, and Critérium International. The 34 year old American has no hesitation in describing 2005 as his best year yet, and says that it would be a perfect finale to the season if he was able to take home a rainbow jersey. He spoke with Cyclingnews' Shane Stokes before Thursday's big test against the clock.



Riding out the wave

Cyclingnews.com, Shane Stokes, 15 August 2005
Posted by: lucybears

After a strong Tour de France and an even stronger performance at the Tour of Benelux, Bobby Julich is definitely riding a wave through to the shore. Cyclingnews' Shane Stokes caught up with the American in recent days, talking to him as he completed his preparations for the Deutschland Tour. He is currently fourth overall in the ProTour rankings and headed to Germany aiming for another strong ride.



Interview with Bobby Julich

Daily Peloton, Jaime Nichols, 6 February 2004
Posted by: Bitossi

The Daily Peloton caught up with CSC's resurgent American bike racing hero in downtown Philadelphia today at the Wachovia Cycling Series press conference. Julich's 2004 season has been his best in the five years since he stood on the podium in the Tour de France in 1998. Since then, he's ridden for Cofidis and done yeoman's work for Jan Ullrich on the Telekom team, but this season, it looks like he may have some opportunities to ride for himself, and one of those opportunities comes this Sunday at the Wachovia US Pro Championships.











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