Contador confirmed for Cycle Show 2009
Tour de France champion Alberto Contador will make an appearance at Cycle 2009 on Friday, October 9.
The Spaniard will be making a special appearance at the London bike show as a guest of nutrition company Science in Sport from 11.30am. You can find him on stand E33.
Contador is a member of the very elite group of riders who have won all three grand tours: Tour de France (2007, 2009), Vuelta a Espana (2008) and Giro d'Italia (2008).
Contador joins an already impressive list of cycling celebrities attending the event, including Eddy Merckx, Victoria Pendleton, Nicole Cooke, Rob Hayles, Jamie Staff, Ed Clancy and others.
Cycle 2009 opens to the public on Friday, October 9, at Earls Court exhibition centre and runs until Sunday, October 11.
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