Our athletes








Martin Gluth

Professional Cross Country Rider

The sprint strong freerider from Freiburg enters his fourth season with the South African Team Silverback OMX Pro Team. He has already caused a sensation with top 5 placings at Cape Epic stages and is competing against the world elite in the Cross Country World Cup.

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Martin Gluth

Born: 1991
Course of studies: Master's degree in Industrial Engineering and Management
First bike race MTB race in the U11 class 2001
In the team (Silverback OMX Pro Bike Team) since: 2015
Goals: With good results in the World Cup (Top 30) attract attention!
Weaknesses: Coffee drinking :D, from time to time good cooking, studying :D, snowboarding and kite surfing
Strengths: Start, short climbs, technical descents, never relax!
SchwĂ€chen: now and then too much want 😛


Martins Website

Jan Vastl

Professional Cross Country Rider

The quiet czech enters his first Elite World Cup season with high expectations. Top-10 results in the U23 World Cup, a 6th place at the World Championships in Australia and podium finishes at bundesliga races are good reasons for this.

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Jan Vastl

Born: 1995
Job Student
First bike race: in 2005, Before that, I played hockey for seven years.
In Team (N1 Team) since: 2017
Goals: Good races and Top30 at the WorldCup
Hobbies: Coffee, food, travel, technology
Strengths: steep climbs at the start
Weaknesses: Sometimes I am very lazy 😉


Jans Facebook Site

Jasper Jauch

Professional Downhill Rider

The always good-humoured downhill talent showed his potential already with victories at the IXS Downhill Cup and as German Vice Champion. He also holds up the German flag in the Downhill World Cup. Now he puts his training into our hands to physically make another step forward.

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Jasper Jauch


Jaspers Website

Dominik Amann

Professional Road Cyclist

With the title of the Austrian Junior Champion on the road behind him, the young Austrian enters his first season on continental level. With the team Vorarlberg he now has the chance to prove himself also with the pros.

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Dominik Amann

Born: 1999
Course of studies: Distance learning in economics
First bike race: MTB-Race Hohenems 2007
In Team Team Vorarlberg Santic since: 2018
Goals: to always give the best in a race or training
Hobbies: Eating, sleeping, listening to music
Strengths: I cannot judge
Weaknesses: there is enough... above all speeches



Riders of the Rocklube Revolution Racing Team



Andreas Seewald

Professional Marathon Rider

The MTB rider from Lenggries is probably one of the greatest endurance talents of all and has proven with victories at Worldseries races, the legendary Salzkammergut Trophy (211 KM, 7119 HM) as well as with the best time at the Rise and Fall that he belongs to the world class on the marathon distance.

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Andreas Seewald

Born: 1991
Job: electrical engineer
First bike race: Tegernsee MTB Marathon 2011
In Team Rocklube Revolutional Racing since 2017
Goals: Connect to the world elite on the MTB long distance and fight for medals at DM, EM and WM.
Hobbies: Cycling, skiing, moped riding, travelling
Strengths: Always motivated to get the most out of it, even under the most adverse circumstances
Weaknesses: too considerate a driving style

Andis Facebook Site

Julian Philipp

Marathon rider
The Masters rider manages the RRR team and can win MTB races again and again despite a full-time job and family. Waytowin optimized his training, which fits perfectly into his everyday life. In 2019, Waytowin from Munich wants to shine again at the Ritchey Challenge.

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Julian Philipp

Born: 1978
Course of studies: self-reliant
First bike race: Garmisch Mountainbike Classics
In Team Rocklube REvolutional Racing since: 2018
Goals: stay healthy
Hobbies: Family
Strengths: Biking fun
Weaknesses too many

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Julians Facebook Site

Riders of the Veloclub Ratisbona E.V.


Tobias Götzenberger

Road Cyclist Class B

Tobias Götzenberger drove his first road season in 2018 and was particularly convincing in the time trial. In the coming season Götzenberger will focus more on the fight against the clock and tries to reach the podium at the state and national level.

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Tobias Götzenberger

Born: 1993
Course of studies: Mechanical engineering designer
First bike race: April 2014
In Team since: Zwillingscraft Mondraker & Veloclub, Ratisbona since 2018
Goals: good results on the road and on mountain bikes
Hobbies: Cycling and good coffee
Strengths: could be more 😉
Weaknesses: too many...







Ratisbona Facebook Site

Lukas Malgay

Road Cyclist Class A

The mountain-strong all-rounder proved in 2018 at the Vysocina Tour (Czech Republic) that it is one of the strongest amateurs in Germany. Goal: The A-driver wants to achieve top results in the Bundesliga in 2019 and shine on short tours.

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Lukas Malgay

Born: 1990
Course of studies: Sales at EVOC
First bike race: Zusmarshausen 2006 - had directly forgotten my license 😊
In Team Veloclub Ratisbona since: 2018
Goals: Competitive on an international level, top 5/10 results on a national level in more prominent races
Hobbies: Cooking / Reading / Music
Strengths: Discipline / Driving on position in the race
Weaknesses: Every now and then my own head and my self-confidence 😉

Ratisbona Facebook Site

Stefan Brandlmeier

Road Cyclist Class A

Stefan Brandlmeier set a few exclamation marks in 2018 when he was able to achieve top ten placings in Bundesliga races. In the coming year, the very strong mountaineer would like to attack the podium.

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Stefan Brandlmeier

Born: 1993
Job: customs official
First bike race: Hobby Mountainbike Race 2010
In Team Veloclub Ratisbona since: 2018
Goals: Keep the fun of racing, get faster
Hobbies: Be on the road with my teammates.
Strengths: Flay, don't give up
Weaknesses: impatiently







Ratisbona Facebook Site

Benjamin Herden

Road Cyclist Class A
The A-driver of the VCR is regarded as a fast all-rounder who can show his strengths especially on flat to undulating courses. He showed this in 2018 with numerous criteria and circuit races, but also in the Bundesliga.

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Benjamin Herden

Born: 1990
Job: two-wheel mechanic
First bike race: Swabian Kids Cup in Krumbach (MTB) 2001
IIn Team Veloclub Ratisbona since: 2017
Goals: Many successes with the team, at least 1x on the podium land 2018
Hobbies: drink a lot of espresso, hang out with friends, sunglasses, etc.
Strengths: Races that are difficult to drive out and sprints from small groups, at the buffet before the race I am unbeatable. 😉
Weaknesses: steep mountains, hot-headed


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Technische UniversitĂ€t MĂŒnchen, Klinikum rechts der Isar

Centre for preventive and sports medicine

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Physiotherapy and accompanied functional training

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Aerofitting of a different kind

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Our partner for driving technique and mental training

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Our partner for insoles

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A selection of SQlab saddles is available for testing during our bike fitting.

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Team Stuttgart

Germany's oldest women's Bundesliga cycling team

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