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Dunlap joins Luna Chix

Reigning world cross-country champion Alison Dunlap was at the VeloSwap in Denver, Colorado, on Saturday, hawking some old gear and signing autographs. In the midst of the swap madness Dunlap informed VeloNews that her rumored deal with Team Luna Chix is now a done deal. Dunlap added that former GT teammate Kelli Emmett will also be flying the Luna colors in 2002. The pair will join downhiller Marla Streb, who signed on earlier this fall. The Luna team is a new-for-2002 women’s only outfit, that plans to focus attention on women’s specific issues such as breast cancer. Others spotted at the

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By Jason Sumner, VeloNews Associate Editor

Reigning world cross-country champion Alison Dunlap was at the VeloSwap in Denver, Colorado, on Saturday, hawking some old gear and signing autographs. In the midst of the swap madness Dunlap informed VeloNews that her rumored deal with Team Luna Chix is now a done deal. Dunlap added that former GT teammate Kelli Emmett will also be flying the Luna colors in 2002. The pair will join downhiller Marla Streb, who signed on earlier this fall.

The Luna team is a new-for-2002 women’s only outfit, that plans to focus attention on women’s specific issues such as breast cancer.

Others spotted at the Denver bike extravaganza included recently crowned under-23 world time trial champion Danny Pate, NORBA cross-country champion Mary Grigson, and former GT coach Dean Golich. Golich said he’s gotten out of the trade-team business, and will be working full time with Carmichael Training Systems.