Team HTC-High Road was a cycling team that was active from 1989 to 2011.
The team was a continuation of T-Mobile Team, a German team that grew into one of the most successful teams in the world in the 1990s as Team Deutsche Telekom (Team Telekom in 2003). Plagued by doping cases, main sponsor Deutsche Telekom (T-Mobile) decided to break off the cooperation after the 2007 season. Team manager Bob Stapleton continued with the American-flagged team, under the name Team High Road.
As of mid-2008, Columbia Sportswear was the team's first title sponsor. In July 2009, HTC joined and after 2010 Columbia stopped again, so the name HTC-High Road. The team included some well-known riders, including Mark Cavendish, Mark Renshaw, Bernhard Eisel, André Greipel, John Degenkolb, Kim Kirchen and Tony Martin, as well as the young talents Tejay van Garderen and Rasmus Guldhammer. The "train" that is often used in the closing kilometers of sprint stages in major races ensures strong and regular results and many victories for Mark Cavendish. Moreover, the team has a remarkable number of riders who can either time trial very well or sprint very well.