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Further riders added to 2010 roster

Variety of disciplines represented by latest recruits 

King, Day and Sadler-Andrews join

Following on from the signing of Sarah Storey, Horizon Fitness have announced three further signings to their 2010 roster.

British Criterium Champion and British Derny Champion Dani King will be joining from Vision 1 Racing. Having previously worked with team manager Stefan Wyman during 2009, it should be a smooth transition for the rider from the south of England. Dani commented, 'I'm really excited about 2010 and joining the Horizon Fitness team. I'm hoping to build on my successes of 2009, competing internationally and achieving top results for both myself and the team. I'm looking forward to racing with the other girls and becoming a step closer to my ultimate aim of being World Champion and Olympic Gold medallist.'

Gabby Day, currently enjoying a great season in cyclo-cross in Europe, will also be joining the squad for 2010. She's been riding for Stefan Wyman for the past five years and hopes to keep progressing under the new Horizon Fitness squad in 2010. 'It's been a great cyclo-cross season for me. I know that if I have a good uninterrupted summer, next winter will be even better. I will give my all to the team during the summer months and hope to get a few good results along the way.'

Finally, Ella Sadler-Andrews will be joining Horizon Fitness. 'I'm really excited about Ella joining the team. She's a European track champion, and has huge ability in time trials. There's no doubt she's going to be a key member of the team in the coming years and we hope to be able to give her all the opportunities she needs,' commented Wyman on the signing.

'These 3 riders are all very strong and despite being young are experienced not only in the UK, but around the world also. Dani will lead the team in the many of the classic style race in northern Europe. She's going to be a great rider and I think it's a really good step for her to come to our team for 2010. We'll be progressing very fast as a team, and so will she as rider. It looks like an exciting future together,' added Wyman

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