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Eduardo Gonzalo makes jump from Agritubel to Bretagne-Schuller
Eduardo Gonzalo will ride for Bretagne-Schuller next season, according to L'Equipe. He will be the first Spanish rider for the French team, which had no foreign riders this year.
Gonzalo, 26, became professional with French team Agritubel in 2006. He leaves the team after it failed to find a new sponsor for next season.
Bretagne-Schuller is ranked third division, or Continental, a level down from the Professional Continental Agritubel team.
Gonzalo finished seventh in the Route du Sud and GP Triberg-Schwarzwald this season. He has two professional wins, a stage each in the 2006 Circuit de Lorraine and Rhône-Alpes Isère, and raced the Tour de France three times.
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