Mads Pedersen

1995 - Today

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Mads Pedersen (born 18 December 1995) is a Danish professional racing cyclist, who currently rides for UCI WorldTeam Trek–Segafredo. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Mads Pedersen has received more than 6,355 page views. His biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia. Mads Pedersen is the 458th most popular cyclist, the 591st most popular biography from Denmark and the 18th most popular Danish Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Mads Pedersen ranks 458 out of 1,212Before him are Bernhard Kohl, Sven Nys, Manuel Beltrán, Igor Astarloa, Simon Yates, and Mario Aerts. After him are Eddy Mazzoleni, Philippe Gaumont, Esteban Chaves, Bart Brentjens, Sérgio Paulinho, and Marzio Bruseghin.

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Among people born in 1995, Mads Pedersen ranks 90Before him are Kim Seol-hyun, Luke Shaw, Tin Jedvaj, Megan Thee Stallion, Romee Strijd, and Lisa Vittozzi. After him are Ester Ledecká, Jack Grealish, Doja Cat, Manuel Akanji, Nikola Jokić, and Thomas Strakosha.

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In Denmark

Among people born in Denmark, Mads Pedersen ranks 591 out of 783Before him are Peter Møller (1972), Mogens Krogh (1963), Per Krøldrup (1979), Mathias Jørgensen (1990), Lars Christiansen (1972), and Andreas Christensen (1996). After him are Nikolaj Koppel (1969), Anne Dorthe Tanderup (1972), Kenneth Perez (1974), Allan Simonsen (1978), Janus Friis (1976), and Jesper Christiansen (1978).

Among CYCLISTS In Denmark

Among cyclists born in Denmark, Mads Pedersen ranks 18Before him are Rolf Sørensen (1965), Gert Frank (1956), Reno Olsen (1947), Bo Hamburger (1970), Brian Holm (1962), and Lars Michaelsen (1969). After him are Dan Frost (1961), Nicki Sørensen (1975), Michael Mørkøv (1985), Lars Bak (1980), Jimmi Madsen (1969), and Jakob Piil (1973).