Ron Kiefel was the 1983 US road, time trial, and team time trial champion and competed at the 1984 Olympics in the road race and team time trial, winning a bronze medal in the time trial. He then turned professional and competed in the professional peloton through 1996. Kiefel rode and finished six consecutive Tours de France (1986-91). He was the first American to win a Grand Tour stage when he won stage 15 of the 1985 Giro dâItalia, riding from LâAquila to Perugia.
Ron has settled a little west of Denver where he coaches cycling and runs Wheat Ridge Cyclery. He is a member of the US Bicycling Hall of Fame.
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