- Age: 40
- Born: Manizales, COL
- Height: 5' 8"
- Weight: 141 lbs
Willing to turn himself inside out for a teammate or a win
Colombian Cesar Grajales continues with the ranks of the Competitive Cyclist Pro Racing Team after coming off a solid season of racing with the Bahati Foundation squad in 2010. Known primarily as a climber, and one of the very best climbers, Grajales proved his skills as a top US pro when, at the 2004 Tour de Georgia, he attacked on the Brasstown Bald and dropped a group of riders containing Chris Horner and Lance Armstrong in a spectacular stage 6 win.
Racing with elite domestic squads like Jittery Joes and the Navigators, Grajales is an experienced yet humble rider who is willing to turn himself inside out for a teammate or a win. As a veteran Pro Tour rider, Grajales brings both race experience and insight to the Competitive Cyclist Pro Cycling Team, as well as some incredible natural ability.
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Career highlights pre-2012
Winner, King of the Mountain classification, TD Bank Philadelphia International Cycling Classic; 3rd, stage 1, Tour of the Gila (2010); 2nd, San Dimas Road Race (2010); 9th overall Tour of Utah (2010); Brasstown Bald Mountain winner, stage 6, Tour de Georgia (2004).España - 3rd stage one (TTT), 6th stage nine, 8th stage 15; 2009 Tour de Romandie - 2nd stage 3 (TTT)