"I think it's a fantastic project - first of all the chance to work with the young British girls and to try to teach them and get them really in the right races and in the right environment so they can learn and progress as good as they can," stated Cooke.
"So that's wonderful and I hope that every step that we take will bring us closer to having one of the strongest ever teams in London 2012.
"It's very easy to take a rider who is already winning races and to continue winning with them, but it's not so easy to take riders when they're still young and haven't really got to the limit of their talent.
"We'll help them make themselves the champions we believe they can be."
Cooke says Vision1 Racing's roster already has "five or six" British women signed up, cyclists to whom Cooke has personally sold her vision of the team.
"We've got Gabby Day, who at the moment is the silver medallist in the British cyclo-cross championships, we've got Katie Curtis - who comes from the Cardiff Ajax Cycling Club like I do - and a couple of others as well," said Cooke.
"So we've got a lot of potential there for the Commonwealth Games team riding for Wales and the Olympics team in four years' time, as well as all the top races between now and then."
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