About

Stats
Born: 3/9/76
Height: 71 inches (1.80 m)
Weight: 151 lbs (68.49 kg)
Professional Since: 1999
Place of Birth: Augusta, Maine
Hometown: Harrisonburg, Virginia
Trade Team: Topeak Ergon Racing Team

 

About

In addition to representing the Topeak Ergon Racing Team, Jeremiah is a 16-time member of the USA Cycling National Team, which represents the USA at international competitions including Continental and World Championships, and the Pan American Games. On eight occasions, Jeremiah has lead the US National Team, producing the team’s highest achievement of the competition, including his gold medal winning performance in the 2003 Pan American Games and his eighth place finish at the 2006 World Championships, which remains tied as the highest placing of a US male at World Championships in over 16 years. Jeremiah is a US National Champion of Short Track and Marathon Mountain Biking.

In 2016, Jeremiah served as a critical member of the Topeak-Ergon Racing Team as they took on the world’s major mountain bike endurance races. He will continue to race with Topeak-Ergon in 2017.

In 2015 Jeremiah competed in major international stage races including Andalucia Mountain Bike Race, ABSA Cape Epic and TransAlp Challenge, along with other high-profile marathon events including Leadville Traill 100.

In recent years, Jeremiah has emerged as the country’s leading endurance mountain bike racer. Jeremiah was 2014 National Ultra Endurance series champion. He is the most-winning US mountain bike stage racer, with victories in all of the major US mountain bike stage races including The American Mountain Classic, Pisgah Mountain Bike Stage Race, Trans-Sylvania Epic Mountain Bike Stage Race, and the Breck Epic. He has competed in the Cape Epic and won stages of the TransAlp Challenge.

In 2013, Jeremiah earned second place in the US Pro Cross Country Tour and continued his winning streak in the major US Mountain Bike Stage Races.

In 2012, Jeremiah won the National Ultra Endurance Series with victories in each of the Series 100-mile events in which he competed.

In 2010, Jeremiah extended his reign as the most dominant mountain bike stage racer in the US, with victories in all of the country’s major stage races: TransSylvania Mountain Bike Stage Race, Breck Epic and Pisgah Mountain Bike Stage Race. Meanwhile, Jeremiah continued to have a strong presence on the XC and Marathon racing scenes with wins in the US Cup Triple Crown XC, Short track and Marathon Events. Internationally, Jeremiah was victorious in the UCI Copa Cannondale event in Chile.

Racing History

In 2009, Jeremiah joined the MonaVie-Cannondale.com team in its quest to tackle epic racing around the world. His victories include stage races, cross country and short track events, 100-mile epics, and even a 12-hour event.

The 2008 USA National Marathon Mountain Bike Champion, Jeremiah excels in long-distance racing. He has won numerous endurance and “ultra” events including the Firecracker 50, the American Mountain Classic stage race, the Fools Gold 100, the Wilderness 101, and the Offroad Assault on Mt Mitchell. He is a multi-time winner of the Shenandoah Mountain 100, a National Ultra Endurance Series classic, which takes place near his hometown of Harrisonburg, Virginia.

Also the 2008 USA National Short Track Champion, Jeremiah is quite possibly the most versatile racer and a star on the national scene. In 2008, his victories include cross-country, marathon, short track, stage races and ultra-endurance events.

In 2007, Jeremiah enjoyed six podium finishes in the USA National Championship Series, including a victory in the NMBS cross-country Showdown at Sugar at Banner Elk, NC. Jeremiah won the silver medal in the USA National Championship cross country race at Mount Snow, Vermont.

In 2006, Jeremiah’s domestic results earned him the number one rider ranking published by USA Cycling, and lead his team to its position as number one in the US National Mountain Bike Series. This achievement highlights Jeremiah’s combined successes in cross-country, short track and marathon distance cycling events.


Career Highlights

Pan American Games Gold Medalist

2008 USA National Champion – Short Track Cross Country

2008 USA National Champion – Marathon Mountain Bike

Fourteen-Time Member of USA National Team

Eighth Place – Pro Cross Country – 2006 UCI World Championships – Roturua, New Zealand

Winner – Pro Overall Stage Race – American Mountain Classic – Brian Head, Utah

Winner – Pro Cross Country – 2007 NCS – Sugar Mt, North Carolina

Winner – Pro Cross Country – 2006 NORBA National – Aspen, Colorado

Highest Ranked Pro Male Cross Country Racer – 2006 USA Cycling Rankings

Winner – Pro Marathon Cross Country – 2006 NORBA National – Brian Head, Utah

Winner – Pro Marathon Cross Country – 2005 NORBA National – Snowshoe, West Virginia

Winner – Pro Marathon Cross Country – 2005 NORBA National – Tapatio Springs, Texas

Winner – Pro Cross Country – 2004 Maxxis Cup International – Pontevedro, Spain

Winner – Pro Cross Country – 2004 NORBA National – Waco, Texas


2009 Season Highlights

1 – Mohican 100 National Ultra Endurance Series Event

2 – Cohutta 100 National Ultra Endurance Series Event

1 – Dirt Sweat and Gears 12-Hour Mountain Bike Race

4 – Sea Otter Classic Short Track Cross Country

1- Massanutten US Cup KENDA East Series Event

1 – Virginia State Championship Hill Climb

2- USA National Championship Marathon – Firecracker 50

1 – Breck Epic Stage Race

4 – USA National Championship Cross County

1 – Shenandoah Mountain 100 National Ultra Endurance Series Event

1 – Pisgah Mountain Bike Stage Race


2008 Season Highlights

USA National Champion – Short Track Cross Country

USA National Champion – Marathon Mountain Bike

1 – Pro Marathon – Tahoe Sierra 100 National Ultra Endurance Series – Forest Hill, California

3 – Pro Short Track – Brian Head National Series Finals – Brian Head, Utah

1 – Pro GC – American Mountain Classic Stage Race – Brian Head, Utah

1 – Pro Marathon – Fools Gold 100 National Ultra Endurance Series – Dahlonega, Georgia

1 – Pro Short Track – Mt Snow National Championships – West Dover, Vermont

2 – Pro Short Track – East Coast National – Windam Mountain, New York

3 – Pro Cross Country – East Coast Nationals – Windam Mountain, New York

1 – Pro Marathon Cross Country – Fire Cracker 50 – USA Nationals, Breckenridge, Colorado

4 – Pro Short Track – 2008 Deer Valley National – Deer Valley, Utah

2 – Pro Cross Country – 2008 Deer Valley National – Deer Valley, Utah


2007 Season Highlights

Member USA National Team – 2007 UCI World Championships – Fort William, Scotland

Member USA National Team – 2007 Continental Championships –  Villa la Angostura, Argentina

12 – American Continental MTB Championships – Villa la Angostura, Argentina

6 – Pro Time Trial – Nova National – Fountain Hills, Arizona

9 – Pro Cross Country – Nova National – Fountain Hills, Arizona

9 – Pro Short Track – Nova National – Fountain Hills, Arizona

8 – Pro Cross Country – Sea Otter Classic – Monterey, California

4 – Pro Cross Country – Greenbriar Challenge – Frederick, Maryland

9 – Pro Cross Country – Fontana National – Fontana, California

6 – Pro Short Track – Fontana National – Fontana, California

30 – Pro Cross Country – UCI World Cup – Offenburg, Germany

3 – Pro Cross Country – Osterreich Grand Prix – Windhaag bei Perg, Austria

23 – Pro Cross Country – UCI World Cup – Champery, Switzerland

3 – Pro Cross Country – Deer Valley NCS – Deer Valley, Utah

9 – Pro Short Track – Deer Valley NCS – Deer Valley, Utah

2 – Pro Cross Country – USA National Championships – Mount Snow, Vermont

8 – Pro Short Track – USA National Championships – Mount Snow, Vermont

1 – Pro Cross Country – Showdown at Sugar NCS – Sugar Mountain, North Carolina

5 – Pro Short Track – Showdown at Sugar NCS – Sugar Mountain, North Carolina

7- Pro Short Track – Snowmass NCS Final – Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado

2 – Pro Cross Country – Snowmass NCS Final – Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado

33 – Pro Cross Country – UCI World Championships – Fort William, Scotland

24 – Pro Cross Country – UCI World Cup – Maribor, Slovenia

1 – Open Men Hillclimb- Poor Mountain Hillclimb – Roanoke, Virginia

2 – Elite Cross Country – Poor Farm Fall Cup – Richmond, Virginia

2 – Elite Cat 1 – Ed Sander Memorial Cyclocross – Buckeystown, Maryland

3 – Elite Cat 1 – Capitol Cross Classic – Reston, Virginia


2006 Season Highlights

Highest Ranked Pro Male Cross Country Racer – 2006 USA Cycling Rankings

Member USA National Team – 2006 UCI World Championships – Rotorua, New Zealand

Member USA National Team – 2006 Continental Championships – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

1 – Pro Cross Country – Middle Mountain Momma – Roanoke, Virginia

1 – Overall – Poor Mountain Hill Climb – Roanoke, Virginia

1 – Pro Marathon – Terror of Teaberry – Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

1 – Shenandoah Mountain 100 – Harrisonburg, Virginia

8 – Pro Cross Country – UCI World Championships – Rotorua, New Zealand

3 – Pro Short Track –NORBA National – Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado

1 – Pro Cross Country – NORBA National – Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado

1 – Pro Marathon – Assault on Mount Mitchell – Old Fort, North Carolina

1 – Marathon Cross Country – NORBA National – Brian Head, Utah

3 – Pro Cross Country – NORBA National – Brian Head, Utah

2 – Pro Short Track – USA National Championships – Sonoma, California

3 – Pro Cross Country – USA National Championships – Sonoma, California

3 – Pro Cross Country – NORBA National – Deer Valley

4 – Pro Short Track – Showdown at Sugar NORBA National – Sugar Mountain, North Carolina

2 – Pro Cross Country – Showdown at Sugar NORBA National – Sugar Mountain, North Carolina

1 – Pro Cross Country – Massanutten HooHa – Harrisonburg, Virginia

6 – Pro Short Track – NORBA National – Southridge/Fontana, California

5 – Pro Cross Country – NORBA National – Southridge/Fontana, California

4 – Pro Cross Country – Sea Otter Classic – Monterey, California


2005 Season Highlights

1st    NORBA NMBS Marathon – Tapatio Springs, Texas

1st    Iron Grind Stage Race – Tapatio Springs, Texas

6th    Nova Desert Stage Race – Arizona

9th    Sea Otter Classic Stage Race

5th    Tour of Shenandoah

3rd    Stage 3, Tour of Shenandoah

3rd    Stage 4, Tour of Shenandoah

2nd   NORBA NMBS Cross Country – Snowshoe, West Virginia

1st    NORBA NMBS Marathon – Snowshoe, West Virginia

 


2004 Season Highlights

4th    Voroklini Winter Cup – Voroklini – Cyprus

1st    Voroklini International – Voroklini – Cyprus

9th    Afxentia Stage Race – Macheras Mountain – Cyprus

1st    Norba National Series Race 1 – Waco, Texas – USA

3rd   Ultimate Dirt Challenge – Rincon, Puerto Rico – USA

         2004 Continental Championship USA National Team

4th    2004 Continental Championship – Banos – Ecuador

10th  Open de Espana – Ramales – Spain

1st    Maxxis Cup International – Pontavedra – Spain

26th  UCI World Cup Race 3 – Fort William – Scotland

8th    Norba National Series Race 6, Mt Snow, Vermont – USA

20th  UCI World Cup 5 – Mont Sainte Anne, Quebec – Canada

9th    UCI World Cup 6 – Calgary, Alberta – Canada

2004 UCI World Marathon Championships USA National Team

35th  UCI World Marathon Championships –    Bad Goisern – Austria

8th    Norba National Series Race 6 Schweitzer Mountain Resort – Sandpoint, Idaho – USA

7th    Norba National Series Race 7 Snowmass Village – Aspen, Colorado – USA

2004 UCI World Championship USA National Team

25th  UCI World Championships – Les Gets – France

1st    Shenandoah Mountain 100 – Stokesville, Virginia – USA

10th  Norba National Series Finals Cross Country – Durango, Colorado – USA

8th    Norba National Series Finals Short Track – Durango, Colorado – USA

1st    Volkswagen Iron Cross – Michaux, Pennsylvania – USA

Bishop finished the 2004 season with a UCI world ranking of 21st

 

“Jeremiah certainly is the revelation of the season.”

~ VeloNews August 2003

Bishop (center) struck gold at the XIIV Pan American Games

 

2003 Highlights

Gold Medallist XIIV Pan American Games

2003 World Championship USA National Team

2nd NORBA NCS Finals – Durango, CO

12th Grouse Mountain World Cup

3rd NORBA NCS – Mt Snow, VT

4th National Championship Series Overall

48th Marathon Bike World Championship

4th NORBA NCS Overall Ranking

2nd NORBA Overall Rider Ranking

2nd Durango NCS #5

5th Schweitzer NCS #4

1st Tour de Burg Stage Race

1st 24-Hours of Snowshoe, Co-ed Pro/AM Team

3rd Mt Snow NCS #3

7th Snowshoe NCS #2

11th Big Bear NCS #1

2002 Highlights

1st Shenandoah Mountain 100

6th NORBA NCS Final Mt Snow

1st AMBC Showdown at Sugar, Banner Elk

12th NORBA NCS # 4, Durango

Mid-Atlantic Cup Cyclocross Series Champion

Virginia Cyclocross Series Champion

Virginia Mountain Bike Series Champion

6th TransAlp Bike Challenge Stage Race

1st- Stage 8 – TransAlp Bike Challenge

World Champion Team – 24-Hour Team Relay

1st Tour de Burg Stage Race

1st 24-Hours of Snowshoe

1st Michaux Ironmasters Classic

2001 Highlights

1st AMBC Bump and Grind

Virginia State Road Race Champion

1st Virginia Cyclocross Championships

Virginia Cyclocross Series Champion

15th NORBA Overall Ranking

14th National Championship Cyclocross Race

12th SuperCup Finals Race

1st Athens Twilight Fat-Tire Criterium

1st Hibernia Spring Super Series

1st Michaux Lives

1st Massanutten HooHa