Bramati DS at Quick.Step after 2006 Giro

Italian rider Davide Bramati will retire from professional racing after the 2006 Giro d'Italia and become a team director at his current Qucik.Step team. The 37 year-old, who has been with the Belgian outfit led by Patrick Lefévère since 1997, will then join the likes of Wilfried Peeters, Serge Parsani, Rik Van Slycke and Luca Guercilena. Bramati started his career in 1990 with team Diana-Colnago, then changed to Lampre, Panaria, Mapei and finally Quick.Step. His greatest victory (so far) was a stage win in the Vuelta a España in 2000.

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