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  1. Assuming you have two weeks to travel overseas and experience the best in international cycling: Which event would you attend? Feel free to add something that might be even better than the options listed. PS. We are in the early stages of planning a trip for 2020 or 2021, but we don't know where we want to go. This is to give us some pointers.
  2. So the lazy, warm weather openers have come and gone. Jonny D' has all but severed a finger putting his MSR and PR defence in jeopardy. Spartacus is in his retirement season and Boonan wants to keep, keeping on. Sagan is in the hoops and looking to.... who knows! What's Kristoff gonna deliver? Is Dimension Data going to try to make Cav' a cobbles winner? Who will Sky turn to now Gee is a GC contender? Will EQS stuff up again when if come to the punch? It's about that time to delve into the joy of miserable, tough and legendary racing where you'll hardly ever find a show pony of a GC contender bouncing off the cobbles. So excited!
  3. Not sure if we've kicked this off but the season has kicked off. Will Wiggins take out Roubaix? Will Sagan make this his year? Will Spaticus and party boy Boonan show the new guard what flahute is all about? How is Nacer set for MSR? Will GVA actually win anything!?! After Roubaix was voted one day race of the year and cobbled stage of the tour was voted stage of the year it seems everyone is getting hyped and ready for the kick off of the best time of the cycling season. It's had to hand combat, long races, tough kms, sun, rain, snow and mud (or dust). Finally, if you love the hard races, the climbs, the cobbles, pave, the sh*tty weather, the pain the beauty and the horror then, just for 1 moment, imagine what might happen if Spartacus, Boonan and Twiggy rolled onto the velodrome together...
  4. A word from Douglas Ryder: ASO today announced our inclusion in Liège-Bastogne-Liège and La Flèche Wallonne. It’s wonderful to receive this news and now have the biggest WorldTour calendar we’ve ever had. Click here to view the article
  5. It’s encouraging to see the biggest race organisers continually putting their faith in the team, which is something we’ve been working hard to achieve. Our work ethic is to respect every race we take part in and give it our best and more so with regards to WorldTour races of course. To line up as Africa’s team on the start line of the 100th edition of Liège-Bastogne-Liège is especially significant for the sport and something we’ll see the rewards of years from now. There’s some more exciting announcements to come in the coming days which keeps the team motivated. The riders have shown an incredible level of motivation since our training camp in December. It shows so far in the races and we’ve already won in Africa (Gabon), picked up a national title (Louis Meintjes at SA Champs) and have our first European victory (Gerald Ciolek, Ruta Del Sol) under our belts. We’ve not been confirmed for a grand tour yet but what it’s done is motivated the guys more to prove we’re capable of racing at the top level of the sport and we’re very grateful to be there. Here’s to an exciting few weeks ahead in world cycling. Keep supporting Africa’s team. Douglas Ryder Team Principal Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung
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