BOULDER, Colo. (VN) — After the debacle that was the Pegasus fallout late last year, one that saw nearly a number of riders and staff lose their jobs and their ProTour dreams, one wouldn’t blame owner/director Chris White if he just wanted to bury his head in the sand and hang it up. But that’s just not who Chris White is.
The bitter taste is subsiding and Henk Vogels will soon be back in the United States with a new-look V Australia team for 2011. Vogels revealed the squad’s roster Thursday and gave his thoughts on returning to race in the U.S. three months after Pegasus Racing collapsed.
Australia might get its first top-level team as Pegasus-Fly V Australia awaits news from Switzerland.
The team hopes to land a new title sponsor and a ProTour berth.
Fly V Australia deposits sprinter for Wells Fargo Twilight win
Fly V Australia is aiming to become the first Australian ProTour team — and the first Aussie squad to race the Tour de France.