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Bram Tankink will decide on Monday which offer for the 2008 season to accept - the one from his...
Bram Tankink will decide on Monday which offer for the 2008 season to accept - the one from his current team Quick.Step Innergetic or from Rabobank.
Tankink finished the Tour de France in 42d place, an astonishing achievement in the rider's eyes hln.be. "Especially the first week in the Alps I was stronger than expected," he said. "I have shown that I have grown as a rider. I show in all aspects that that I am now a step further in my career."
While he had not yet decided where he would ride next year, he said that. "My year still belongs to Quick.Step," affirmed the rider of his dedication for 2007. "I have ridden there seven years. The recent problems with Rasmussen don't have any effect on my decision."
He did note that he had eliminated T-Mobile from his list of potential teams.