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Old 08-09-08, 07:44 AM   #1
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TeamType2 moving forward!

We should have our budget for TeamType2's 2009 RAAM entry set by the end of August! This is a huge step to getting TT2 rolling in '09!

We are still in need of cyclists with Type 2 Diabetes who would like to be part of TeamType2! (men and women)

Everyone with Type 2 Diabetes, or Pre-Diabetes may join the TeamType2 development squad. Final selections for the RAAM 2009 Squad will be decided early next spring. Are you up to the challenge of your life?

Please help TeamType2 spread the word about living a healthy life with Type 2 Diabetes!

Visit the TeamType2 web site to join the team!

You can also PM me here on BikeForums! I am happy to answer any questions.

Moderators: This is cross posted to insure it reaches the desired cycling communities.
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