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Team Flexpoint uniform and website launched

Blue and white kit reflects new major sponsor colours

Website redesigned for 2007

Team Website

Team Flexpoint shows off new colours!

As from March 2007 the riders in the Team Flexpoint squad will be wearing a fresh new design. Sports clothing manufacturers, Nalini have worked with Team Manager, Jean-Paul van Poppel and Nick Janssen from Flexpoint to design something special. 

The blue and white kit represents the combination of colours of main sponsor, Flexpoint. Alongside Flexpoint, are co-sponsors Rudolf Rost, Dolmans Landscaping Group, Bontrager, Shimano, Hartol, Sjeng sport, VisionsClinics and AltiPower. 

Team manager van Poppel commented "it was difficult to change from the colours of 2006, but now the new clothing is ready and I am impressed with what I see". 

The team website has also been re-worked. After several weeks of collaboration between the Team Flexpoint communications team and web designers, Sagitarius CMS, the result is now available (click on the link above).

 

 

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