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Stéphane Augé joins the Riders' Council

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October 31, 2007, 0:00 GMT,
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April 22, 2009, 20:19 BST
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Latest Cycling News for October 31, 2007
Stéphane Augé after winning the 30th Cholet-Pays De Loire

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French cyclist Stéphane Augé joined the Association of Professional Cyclists (CPA) Riders' Council,...

French cyclist Stéphane Augé joined the Association of Professional Cyclists (CPA) Riders' Council, an organisation established at the beginning of 2006. The 32 year-old of Team Cofidis will take Cédric Vasseur's place, who was elected president of the CPA October 19 in Como, Italy.

The CPA Riders' Council is composed of Jens Voigt, José Luis Rubiera, Michael Rogers, Philippe Gilbert, Iñigo Cuesta, Thomas Dekker, George Hincapie, Filippo Pozzato, Fabian Cancellara, Roger Hammond, Denis Menchov, Thor Hushovd, José Azevedo (who represents the continental professional teams) and Dario Cioni (deputy member).

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