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Oscar Sevilla: "The Vuelta a Colombia was inspiring and a great morale booster for us."

Clément L'hotellerie: "Next season I want to go to a bigger team."

Robbie McEwen: "I like it when its a little more disorganised."

Jonny Clarke about ToC: "Of course the young riders jersey is in the back of my mind."

Rabobank's old school domestique Jan Boven with 'honorary job' in final year

Mitsubishi's Stefan van Dijk: "I race to win."

Ivan Dominguez: "I was so happy after I had won those races."

Arjen de Baat: "Sometimes I am a difficult guy."

Jan Ullrich: "I don't think justice has been done."

Frank Vandenbroucke: "I just want to be a rider again."

Ivan Stevic: "I want to win a European classic."

Jörg Jaksche: "My first priority is to ride again."

Heinrich Haussler: "I hope to go to the classics in top form."

Thijs Poelstra: "In Africa they always sprint, even to come in 85th."

Markus Zberg: "I'm dreaming of winning a classic."

Stephan Schreck: "I hope I will be able to take my chance."

Davide Rebellin: "I will quit by the end of 2009."

Gerolsteiner's Tom Stamsijder: "My ultimate goal - the cobble stone classics."

1968 Tour de France winner Jan Janssen: "We raced from February 1 until the end of October."

Milram rookie Christian Kux: "Its much more professional."

Milram rookie Dominik Roels: "I have the necessary respect but I am not afraid."

Peter Velits: "They know its possible for somebody from Slovakia to become world champion"

Zabel in doubt: I will not take a final decision "before August."

Robert Gesink: "I am still improving"

Grischa Niermann and Paul Martens: "We are not a two men German faction."

Juan Antonio Flecha about the upcoming season: "I hope people can enjoy cycling - not scandals."

Elk Haus Simplon: "Our goal is the Tour of Austria"

Jairo Rincon Perez: "The hero of the Vuelta al Tachira is Nicolas Reidtler."


Matt Wilson: "Things that used to bother me before cancer don't affect me in the slightest now."

Malaya van Ruitenbeek: "I could trust in my sprint and take the stage win."

Phil Southerland:"The long term goal is to get a team of Type 1's into the Pro Tour."

George Hincapie about High Road: "I think we will make a huge impact on the sport with our team."

Tour of America: Potential sponsors "are very interested in being part of something so big."

Hans-Michael Holczer: "The value of what we have achieved is higher than ever before."

Sean Tucker (Toyota-United) satisfied with 2007 season: "We won 40 races and had 97 podiums."

Oscar Sevilla:"When I will be forced to retire, I will take action against those who are responsible"

Neil Shirley: "I would really like to win at Redlands , Cascade, or Toona"

Moreau focusses on Tour de France Superbesse stage

Australian Pro Tour team wants to compete at 2009 Tour de France

Micah Rice (Jittery Joe's): "We want to make an impact at the Tour of Georgia"

2008 goals of Kuota-Senges: "winning as many races as possible and have fun"

Saul Raisin: "I need to find new dreams to follow"

Thomas Kofler : "At last weeks first team meeting there definitely was a great harmony"

Aart Vierhouten: "After I looked Daan in the eyes I knew this was going to be my team"

Stuart O'Grady: "Tour Down Under is a major goal for me"

Kai Reus: "I will definitely return to the pack"

Michael Rasmussen: "I am a clean rider - I don't want to have any doubt about that"

Sanchez & Rojas: "Echavarri will have to speak with UCI officials to clarify this once and for all"

Andreas Klöden wins Bitburger City Nacht - morale is down

Axel Merckx will retire on Monday

Jörg Jaksche: We can discuss the whole thing in court, my pleasure!

Luigi Cecchini: "If media is creating a certain image of you you can't really fight it"

Jaksche: "The team management knew everything"

Toyota United's Sean P. Tucker: "There are ... only two ways to fix the problem of doping"

This years Tour de France rookies: Geraint Thomas

Toyota-United : "One of our goals - to be the best team in the United States"

Johan Buyneel: "If you live in a glasshouse you shouldn't throw to much stones"

Jörg Jaksche is back!

Mancebo, Sevilla & Perez: "We are cyclists with heart and soul"

Henk Vogels: "Nice to get back in the winners circle"

Jan Ullrich's new life

Dave Shields about Saul Raisin: "The story of his fight to return to pro cycling is mind boggling"

Austrian Volksbank team wants to start at the 2010 Tour de France

Saul Raisin: "Mom if I ever get back on a bike I want to help people like me"

Jörg Jaksche: no team and without investigation


Hall of fame: Henk Lubberding about June 5, 1988 "163,193 kilometres have been ridden as a protest"

Magnus Backstedt: "I am hoping to be able to qualify for the 2008 Olympics on the track."

Saul Raisin: "My ultimate goal is to race by the end of next year"

Toyota-United set a fast pace to become a dominant force in U.S. Cycling in its first season

Thomas Dekker and Michael Boogerd: passion as motivation

Ullrich: Turning anger into energy

Francesco Moser "it is about time to look for a serene approach to find a way out of this quagmire."

A new life for Gert Steegmans

Stephan Schreck: "Flat out for the first lap"

Fabian Cancellara: "I could raise my hands whenever I felt like it"

Alexander Vinokourov: "The Vuelta is the sports revenge of the Tour de France"

Goss: Why I chose CSC

Ullrich: "a very good Giro for me"

Vierhouten experiencing a new lease of life at Skil-Shimano

Tour of Flanders: interview with Andreas Klier

Levi Leipheimer: "a surprise is possible"

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