Global Racing Team Step Up Sponsor Hunt
Next Sunday, the 8th April, the British women’s professional team GLOBAL RACING TEAM will be at the “Départ” of the great Tour des Flandres World Cup. The team has started the road season with the Het Volk (UCI 1.2) and have already scored 5 top 10 results in Europe as well as having a rider in the top 10 at the World Track Championships.
In 2007 the team has the following riders:
Helen WYMAN – UK Cyclo-Cross Champion, World Number 3
Louise MORIARTY – Irish Time Trial Champion
Linn TORP – Norweigan Road Race Champion, Norweigan Criterium Champion
Jo ROWSELL – UK under 23 Road Race Champion
Lizzie ARMITSTEAD – UK Criterium Champion
Gabriella DAY – World Number 19 Cyclo-Cross Rider
Masami MASIMO – Twice Japanese Cyclo-Cross Champion
Katie CURTIS – Great Britain Team member 2007 World Track Championships (8th Points Race)
Nikki Harris – 3rd Track world Cup 2006 Sydney, 8th Commonwealth Games Points Race
Debby VAN DEN BERG
After the Spring Classic of next Sunday, the team has already got a busy schedule over the summer with major one day races and stage races including :
Ronde van Gelderland
Tour de l’Aude
Tour de Bretagne,
Trophée d’Or Féminin
Tour de l’Ardèche
With these great young riders and an equally impressive race program, Global Racing Team are one of the most progressive teams in the world scene and are looking for new sponsorship avenues.
Team Manager Stefan Wyman say, ‘We have managed to put the team in a great possition for 2007 and we are looking to keep the progression at its current level. This requires us to gain more sponsorship from both in the cycle industry and outside it. I have no doubt that we will provide the best value sponsorship for anyone looking to enter the sponsorship areana. 12 months a year we are proving our backers possitive coverage and consitanly gaining top results’.
If anyone is interested in getting involved with Global Racing Team, at any level, we would be interested to hear from you. Please contact us at :
or Telelphone 0044 7788 714 103
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