Rider Profile

Caleb Ewan


Caleb Ewan

Personal Details:

Nationality Australia
Date of birth 11/07/1994

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Caleb Ewan is one of the world's leading sprinters, and a stage winner in all three Grand Tours. Born in Sydney on July 11, 1994, he is 28 years old and currently riders for the UCI ProTeam Lotto-Dstny.

Ewan turned professional with the GreenEdge team in 2015 after earning much hype on the Australian circuit and he quickly started racking up the wins - initially in lower-level races but he ended the season with a win at the Vuelta a España. He won the Cyclassics Hamburg in 2016 and then seven more WorldTour-level races in 2017, including a first stage of the Giro d'Italia. However, 2018 was a difficult campaign and, after again failing to make the Tour de France squad of a team more focused on the yellow jersey, he negotiated a move to Belgian outfit Lotto-Dstny.

Ewan went on to enjoy his most successful season in 2019, winning two stages at the Giro before finally making his Tour debut and winning three stages, ending his year with a 10th win at the Brussels Classic. In 2020 he won two more stages of the Tour and in 2021 he won two more at the Giro, but that year's Tour saw him crash out with a broken collarbone on stage 3. The bad luck continued in 2022 and, although he won seven races, he had "the Giro from hell" and suffered more misfortune at a winless Tour, with his team eventually relegated from the WorldTour.

Ewan is a pure sprinter who employs an extremely low and forward-leaning position that makes him the most aerodynamic finisher in the world. 

What bike does Caleb Ewan use? 

For 2023, Ewan’s bike will come courtesy of Belgian brand Ridley, and in most cases he will ride the brand‘s aero bike, the Noah Fast. We've spotted some tweaks to his set-up from previous years, making his position even more aggressive. Check out our feature detailing Caleb Ewan's bike for a closer look. 

Key wins

5 stages at the Tour de France (2019, 2020)
5 stages at the Giro d'Italia (2017, 2019, 2021)

1 stage at the Vuelta a España (2015)

9 stages at the Tour Down Under (2016, 2017, 2018, 2020)

3 stages at the UAE Tour (2019, 2020, 2021)

Scheldeprijs (2020)
Cyclassics Hamburg (2016)

Brussels Cycling Classic (2019)