Eight victories in 2007 was a great year for French based Brit Kieran Page. A former member of the Great Britain track squad, living on the Cote D'Azur has turned him into an incredibly versatile rider. The prestigious GP d'Antibes was just one victory that caught the eye of the new Irish continental team Pezula Racing, leading to a contract for 2008.
Pezula say they have brought Page in to strengthen what is already a great squad with Irish champion David O'Loughlin and Ciaran Power already signed.
Page said of the deal "I'm delighted to turn professional and especially with a new team such as Pezula. The race programme will suit me especially with races such as the Tour of Qinghai Lake in China, Tour of Ireland and Tour of Britain which we are hoping to ride. I'm ready to go and looking forward to the challenge."
The Pezula team is currently in South Africa preparing for the start of their road season. They will ride the World's View Challenge and Giro del Capo before returning to Europe.
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