JONATHAN PAGE

Cycling Legend

JONATHAN PAGE

Cycling Legend

Biography

Jonathan Page is arguably the most decorated cyclocross racer Americahas ever seen. As a New Hampshire native, he dedicated his early years to road racing, where he won two U.S. Junior Championships before transitioning to off-road. From there, he went on to win two U.S. Junior Cyclocross Championships and a U-23 Cyclocross Championship. In 2002, Jonathan moved to Belgium, the birthplace of cyclocross, to compete with the best in the world. He then went on to win five U.S. National Cyclocross Championships (2002-2004, 2007,2013) and a silver medal in the 2007 UCI World Cyclocross Championships. From 2002-2015, he podiumed every year of the U.S. National Cyclocross
Championships. After an injury-plagued 2014 season, Jonathan proved he still had plenty of fight left—winning a silver medal at the 2015 U.S. National Cyclocross Championships (a flat tire holding him back from gold), followed by a number of podiums the following season. Recently relocated to Park City, Utah, Jonathan finds himself recharged and focused to win a sixth national title. Jonathan Page Media Kit