Roger Legeay may become a consultant for British cycling, after his current role as the manager of Crédit Agricole becomes void. After ten years in the pro peloton, Crédit Agricole is no longer sponsoring the team. Great Britain's cycling coach, Dave Brailsford, told www.cyclismag.com that talks are being held. "We are always on the lookout for new and competent people to work for us. When you look at who is available today, one has to think about Roger Legeay. We are in discussions, but nothing is set in stone yet."
Hiring Legeay would be supported by Chris Boardman. The ex-hour record man started his road career in 1993 with Gan, the predecessor of Crédit Agricole. Boardman stayed with Legeay his entire career, until he retired in 2000. Boardman is involved with British cycling and coordinates the national coaches. He is also the director of a research and development lab.