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  • Tuesday December 20, 2011

    'There's a time to come and a time to go,' the words of Danny Stam when he announced that he would retire at the end of this winter season, the Dutchman is 39 years-old. But whilst the former British under 23 road race champion, twice British hill climb champion and Tour of the Pyrenees winner, Dan Fleeman is 10 years younger than the six day man, he's arrived at the same conclusion.

  • Tuesday December 8, 2009

    Last year at this time, life was ice cream and fairies for Dan Fleeman; he’d won the Tour of the Pyrenees; Cervelo Test Team had snapped him up and a start in a Grand Tour looked like a formality. But pro cycling is an unforgiving sport, and 2009 didn’t go according to the script for the likeable man from Lichfield. But don’t worry; there is a happy ending. One of the most famous names in the history of pro cycling – Raleigh – has taken Dan on board as captain of their new squad.

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