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Ofoto-Lombardi Sports goes pro

The San Francisco-based Lombardi Sports road team will make the jump to the pro ranks in 2002, with new co-title sponsor Ofoto, Kodak’s on-line photography service. One of the top domestic amateur teams for the past three years, Ofoto-Lombardi Sports will become a UCI division III team focusing on the National Racing Calendar and the U.S. Pro Cycling Tour. The team will expand to 15 riders, with the new additions highlighted by Erik Saunders, Colby Pearce, John Brady and the up-and-coming Jackson Stewart, who finished second in the U-23 national cyclo-cross championships in Baltimore over

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By VeloNews Interactive

The San Francisco-based Lombardi Sports road team will make the jump to the pro ranks in 2002, with new co-title sponsor Ofoto, Kodak’s on-line photography service. One of the top domestic amateur teams for the past three years, Ofoto-Lombardi Sports will become a UCI division III team focusing on the National Racing Calendar and the U.S. Pro Cycling Tour.

The team will expand to 15 riders, with the new additions highlighted by Erik Saunders, Colby Pearce, John Brady and the up-and-coming Jackson Stewart, who finished second in the U-23 national cyclo-cross championships in Baltimore over the weekend.

Returning riders include elite national criterium silver medalist Tim Larkin.

Here’s the full 15-man roster:
John Brady (IRE)
Andrew Crater (USA)
Peter Devore (USA)
John Durso (USA)
Russell Hamby (USA)
James Hodnett (IRE)
Devin Hoff-Weekes (USA)
Tim Larkin (USA)
Reto Lauper (SWI)
Peter Lopinto (USA)
Colby Pearce (USA)
Erik Saunders (USA)
Greg Sieniewicz (CAN)
Jackson Stewart (USA)
John Van Heel (USA)