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Cycling - 08. February 2011.

9Bar to Sponsor Maxgear Racing Team in 2011

Maxgear Racing Team are pleased to announce that 9Bar will sponsor the team
in 2011. 9Bar is a deliciously nutritious seed bar www.9-bar.co.uk designed to get
the maximum nutritional goodness from seeds in a convenient and tasty way.

9Bar to Sponsor Maxgear Racing Team in 2011

"The 9Bars are fantastic," commented Junior Madison champion and elite ride
Adam Yates. " The bars are great because you can eat them as a breakfast
replacement in the morning or during a training ride. We find them a lot
easier to eat than other energy bars as they taste so good."

Team manger Wayne Greenhalgh added, "The bars are not only very nutritious,
they are dairy free, lactose free, wheat free, gluten free, yeast free and
egg free. The 9Bars offer the best balance of sustained energy, vitamins,
minerals, amino acids and, omega oils. They are the perfect partner with our
energy fuels".

Mark Gould, Managing Director of Wholebake Ltd, the company behind 9Bar
said: "More and more cyclists are using our products and we want to continue
the message that 9Bar is a product that's really nutritionally valuable, and
supports the sport's development. Maxgear RT are a great team with proven
success last year and we were very keen to support their top riders and
up-and-coming talent with bars that'll help them through training and

9Bars have gained a strong following within cycling as a completely natural
alternative to energy bars on the market. Available from all major
supermarkets and health food shops, their accessibility on the go has proved
attractive to people with busy work and training schedules.

As well as Max Gear Racing Team, the bars have a professional following
within cycling. They are endorsed by Olympic Gold Medalist Ed Clancy MBE and
Olympic Silver Medalist Craig MacLean, who suffers from Coeliac disease.
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