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Iker Flores has added his name to emerging Spanish pro-continental team Fuerteventura-Canarias. The 30 year-old Basque cyclist has spent his entire professional career in the orange colours of Euskaltel-Euskadi but for 2007 he will step down from the ProTour level. He will join the squad along with the team's newly announced director sportif, Oscar Guerrero.
Flores, who won the 2000 Tour de l'Avenir, was confirmed by the team with six other cyclists. Also slated to ride in 2007 with Fuerteventura-Canarias are Manolo Lloret, José Adrián Bonilla and David Bernabeu (from Comunidad Valenciana), Adrián Palomares (Kaiku), Mikel Artetxe (3 Molinos Resort) and Dailos Díaz (Orbea).