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Cesar Grajales will rejoin Jittery Joe's-Zero Gravity Pro Cycling Team in 2007 after leaving the...
Cesar Grajales will rejoin Jittery Joe's-Zero Gravity Pro Cycling Team in 2007 after leaving the team at the end of 2004, spending two seasons with Navigators Insurance Cycling Team. "We are all extremely excited to have him back next year," explained Team Manager Micah Rice. "I think that we will be ready to step it up on the domestic scene with out new additions and our returning riders."
Thirty-three-year-old Grajales made his mark on international cycling with the team during the 2004 Tour de Georgia by winning the queen stage.
In addition to Grajales, 'The Bean Team' has announced the signing of two new Aussie riders - Cyclingnews.com's Cody Stevenson and Tommy Nankervis. Jittery Joe's has also confirmed Aussies Jeff Hopkins and Trent Wilson will continue riding with the team next season as will Americans Neil Shirley and Austin King.