Steve Lampier


Experienced rider, Steve Lampier forms an integral part to JLT Condor’s stage race team. Originally from Cornwall, the regions steep and unyielding climbs are a perfect training ground for the thirty-two year old GC contender. A high finisher in several editions of the Tour of Britain, Lampier is a talented climber and has already shown his ability in this seasons tough UCI races. In 2016 he finished 5th overall in the New Zealand Cycling Classic and then was among a select group of leaders in the gruelling Cadel Evans Road Race, won by Pete Kennaugh.

Height: 175cm
Weight: 65kg
Born: Truro, Cornwall, England
Instagram: @Steviel84
Twitter: @Steviel84

Cycling - NZ Cycle Classic, 23 January 2017
Riders climb Limeworks Hill during the NZ Cycle Classic stage two of the UCI Oceania Tour in Wairarapa, New Zealand on Monday, 23 January 2017. Photo: Dave Lintott /

Favourite Food: I’m Cornish through and through – it has to be a real cornish pasty and saffron buns
Training area: West Penwith, Cornwall. It has a rugged coast, good climbs. During the winter I go to the Waitakere Ranges in New Zealand
If you weren’t a cyclist you’d be: Fat!
Favourite climb: Haytor in Dartmoor Devon, I have good memories from racing over it at the Tour of Britain memories. All climbs are painful but your body doesn’t remember pain I’m told…
First cycling memory: Going to mountain bike races as a 12 year-old with my mum. I was fat useless but loving it. It spawned ideas in my head and gave me something to do as a life long passion
When you are warming up you listen to: Rudimental or some old skool late 90’s trance
If you were stuck in a lift with anyone who would it be with: Team-mate Stevie Williams – King of Banter or Sir David Attenborough
What’s your favourite travel destination: Not found my ideal place yet, the world is so big. I’ll possibly never find it. Home in Cornwall will always be first call until it rains!