Portrait ofAntonio Pedrero
Place: Terrassa, Barcelona
Birth: 23/10/1991
Country: ESP
Height: 177 Cm
Weight: 60 Kg
Pro debut: 2015
Years in team: 4
Career path:

2016-2019: Movistar Team
2015: Inteja


Antonio Pedrero

A HUGE STEP FORWARD. 2019 was a career-defining season for Antonio Pedrero. His extraordinary performances in the Giro d’Italia earned him recognition globally, with a climbing pace fundamental to secure Richard Carapaz’s overall victories. Antonio, who rode two Grand Tours that year -also doing really well in La Vuelta-, also had opportunities to shine individually, with good results in Burgos (4th) and Ordizia (6th).

PURE CLIMBER. His strengths have remained unchanged since he was a young future prospect: consistency, stamina and climbing prowess. Pedrero is one of those who ride through mountains at a steady pace, with no explosive pace changes, keeping a smooth cadence which copes well with the most demanding cols. He’s got a really solid future ahead, and he knows to wait and how to build it in the best possible way, working for the team’s interest

EXOTIC MAIDEN WIN. His first victory as a professional rider came in a somewhat surprising way. In the summer of 2015, Antonio was offered a chance to join Continental team Inteja from the Dominican Republic, a squad he debuted with at the Tour de la Guadeloupe in the French Caribbean. The win did not come until the ninth, final stage, via a strong attack in the last kilometer uphill in Basse-Terre, a move which also allowed him getting to the third place overall. It was one of his final outings before joining the WorldTour in 2016 with the Movistar Team.

 His father, José, also rode as a professional in the late 1980s. He competed for five seasons as part of the Caja Rural, Teka and Puertas Mavisa squads, and rode the Vuelta a España twice in 1991 (58th) and 1992 (40th). He’s now the general director for a Movistar Team rival: the Massi-Tactic UCI women’s outfit.



1 Victories as professional

1st (9th stage) Tour de la Guadeloupe 2015

Other results

10th TOUR DE L’AIN 2016


42 Days of Racing
6896.9 Km covered

13th (15th stage) Giro d'Italia
13th (3rd stage) Giro d'Italia
15th (1st stage) Vuelta a Andalucía - Ruta del Sol
17th (10th stage) Giro d'Italia
17th (13th stage) Giro d'Italia
21th (5th stage) Giro d'Italia
24th (12th stage) Giro d'Italia
24th (5th stage) Vuelta a Andalucía - Ruta del Sol
26th Vuelta a Andalucía - Ruta del Sol
29th (3rd stage) Vuelta a Andalucía - Ruta del Sol
29th (9th stage) Giro d'Italia
30th (2nd stage) Vuelta a Andalucía - Ruta del Sol
35th (2nd stage) Giro d'Italia
36th (3rd stage) Critérium du Dauphiné
36th (7th stage) Giro d'Italia
37th (18th stage) Giro d'Italia
37th (8th stage) Giro d'Italia
40th (17th stage) Giro d'Italia
40th (16th stage) Giro d'Italia
42th (11th stage) Giro d'Italia
42th (2nd stage) Critérium du Dauphiné
43th (5th stage) Vuelta a Burgos
47th (4th stage) Giro d'Italia
48th (1st stage) Vuelta a Burgos
48th Critérium du Dauphiné
52th (5th stage) Critérium du Dauphiné
53th (2nd stage) Vuelta a Murcia
53th Vuelta a Murcia
54th (4th stage) Vuelta a Andalucía - Ruta del Sol
64th (14th stage) Giro d'Italia
64th Vuelta a Burgos
67th Coppa Sabatini
69th (6th stage) Giro d'Italia
71th (4th stage) Critérium du Dauphiné
76th (3rd stage) Challenge Mallorca
78th Giro della Toscana
96th (1st stage) Vuelta a Murcia
101th (2nd stage) Vuelta a Burgos
109th (1st stage) Giro d'Italia
109th (1st stage) Challenge Mallorca
111th (19th stage) Giro d'Italia
113th Clásica de Almería
116th (4th stage) Vuelta a Burgos
117th (3rd stage) Vuelta a Burgos
119th (2nd stage) Challenge Mallorca
138th (1st stage) Critérium du Dauphiné