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Australian riders needed for 2009 event

Wellington area, North Island, New Zealand, February 25 - 27 & March 1

Australians invited to enter the 2009 NZ events

Australian riders are invited to enter the 2009 Tour of New Zealand and the Women's International Cup of Cycling. Organiser, Jorge Sandoval, has a sponsor lined up to provide assistance with meals, accommodation and uniforms to make up a team of 5 Australian riders. 

Riders would have to pay for their own flights to New Zealand.

Any rider interested should contact Jorge Sandoval. 

If there are 10 riders interested in this deal, Sandoval will create a second team on the same basis.

You must be an Australian rider to qualify for this offer

Contact the organiser via   jorge@ihug.co.nzz

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Kristin Armstrong - winner of the 2008 Tour of New Zealand

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