Miguel Ángel López (born February 4, 1994 in Pesca) is a Colombian cyclist riding for UCI ProTeam Astana. In 2016, he won the Tour de Suisse stage race.
2016 was López’s breakthrough season, celebrating victories in major stage races worldwide. He finished 4th in the Tour de San Luis, the first race of his season. During this race, the 21 year old booked a win at stage 6 and won the young rider classification. One month later, López finished third and won a stage at the Tour de Langkawi, an eight-day race held in Malaysia. June brought the young cyclist his biggest win yet at the Tour de Suisse, a UCI World Tour event, when he won the stage race ahead of Jon Izagirre and Warren Barguil. Following these successes, López was one of five riders selected to represent Colombia at the Olympic road race. He was named in the startlist for the 2016 Vuelta a España, but abandoned on stage 6.
Following his success in 2014, he López was granted a contract with Astana, a UCI WorldTeam. His success in stage races continued, finishing 4th overall and winning a stage at the Vuelta a Burgos and 7th overall in the Tour de Suisse.
López celebrated success in 2014, winning multiple stage races while still an amateur. In August he won the Tour de l’Avenir, the most prestigious under 23 cycling race. The young cyclist also won the U23 version of the Vuelta a Colombia.