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By Mitch Friedman, www.mitchophoto.com Multiple World Champion Nicole Cooke has signed with Raleigh...
By Mitch Friedman, www.mitchophoto.com
Multiple World Champion Nicole Cooke has signed with Raleigh UK to ride for the Univega Pro Cycling Team for the coming year. A Raleigh UK spokesperson said, "It is great to have Nicole on board. She is a perfect example of home-grown talent, something that Raleigh feels is incredibly important to the future success of cycling."
Cooke is the newest addition to Raleigh's commitment to supporting cycling at grassroots. She joins the growing portfolio of the successful Raleigh's ladies ERV team and sponsorship of Revolution's Future Stars series.
Cooke will be training with the Univega pro cycling team for the 2006 season and riding a Raleigh. She will be competing in the Commonwealth Games and the World Championships, where she will be hoping to add to her growing list of wins.
Nicole Cooke (GBr)
Karin Thürig (Swi)
Joanne Kiesanowski (NZl)
Priska Doppmann (Swi)
Sarah Duster (Ger)
Sarah Grab (Swi)
Emma Rickards (Aus)
Franziska Rothlin (Swi)
Sereina Trachsel (Swi)
Christiane Soeder (Aus)
Pascale Schnider (Swi)