Radioshack - Miniature racing cyclists


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Our miniature racing cyclists

Handpainted miniature cyclist with Radioshack jersey.

-Completely produced out of metal: bike + cyclist
-Dimensions: height 50mm x width 50mm
-Weight: 23 grams

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Lance Armstrong

Team RadioShack was an American cycling team sponsored by RadioShack. It participated in the major cycling races in 2010 and 2011 as UCI ProTeam and then merged with the Luxembourg Leopard-Trek team to form Team RadioShack-Nissan.

The team was started in 2009 by Lance Armstrong after his farewell at Astana. The team is sponsored by the Texas consumer electronics company with the same name. Almost all cyclists of the Astana team made the switch to RadioShack, with the exception of the 2009 Tour winner Alberto Contador.

The new team: Klöden, Zubeldia, Leipheimer, Murawjow, Paulinho, Popowytsch, Rast, Brajkovič, Horner, Rubiera, Vaitkus and of course Lance Armstrong. Also Beppu, Brajkovič, Hunter, Lequatre, McEwen, Rosseler and Steegmans came to the team. The team supported the Livestrong campaign of the Lance Armstrong Foundation. Other team sponsors were Trek Bicycle Corporation, SRAM Corporation and Nike. Lance Armstrong's companion Johan Bruyneel became Team Manager of the team.

In 2010, the American Beng King was champion of his country on the road. And in that same year Taylor Phinney was time trial champion of the US. Sebastien Rosseler won De Brabant Arrow. In the Tour de France the leader Lance Armstrong could not achieve great results. He finished 23rd in the general classification. 2010 was his last year as a professional cyclist.

In September 2011 the merge of Team RadioShack with the Luxembourg team Leopard-Trek was announced for next season. The new team was named RadioShack-Nissan. The team structures and the licence remained in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. A large part of the Team RadioShack team was taken over, as well as Johan Bruyneel as Team Manager.

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