German rider Olaf Pollack has signed a one-year contract with the Austrian Professional Continental Team Volksbank, he has announced. "I am very satisifed, because Volksbank will support me in my plans for the Olympics," he said.
Pollack rode this season for Team Wiesenhof-Felt, where he won a stage in the Criterium International. The 34 year-old turned pro in 1997 with the team Agro-Adler Brandenburg, and later rode for Gerolsteiner and T-Mobile.
Pollack is a fomer track world champion and is on the national track team. He is currently racing in the Munich Six Days race, where he was in seventh place with partner Peter Schep after the first day.