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  1. The Pyrenees - I never get tired of looking at them. . . . . As the title suggests, I'm going to try and fill this thread with all manner of interesting, funny and/or informative cycling related things from this beautiful part of the world and the surrounding areas. :-)
  2. The La Vuelta a Espana got underway with a 7.4km team time trial, BMC Racing would ride away with the stage win while MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung were just 30 seconds shy of the leading time, finishing 14th. Click here to view the article
  3. While the course was spectator friendly, pretty much running along the boardwalk and beach side boulevard to Marbella, the 7 different surface changes made for an interesting and somewhat tricky parcours. The concerns about the route eventually saw the organisers neutralise the GC results but the stage win was still up for grabs. Our African team were all too happy to be at the start of our 2nd grand tour of the year and the intentions were to give the opening stage a good crack. Under race conditions though, the dirt roads and wooden bridges had to be taken with relative caution. Nevertheless
  4. The Vuelta a Espana organisation committee announced the 5 wildcards for the 70th edition of the Vuelta a Espana earlier today. Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung were delighted to receive the vote of confidence from the race organisers once again, as they extended an invitation to our African team. Click here to view the article
  5. After our debut Grand Tour appearance at last year’s La Vuelta a Espana, it is fantastic that we will be able to return to the Spanish grand tour this year. The minute the announcement was made, the amazing memories from last years’ experience came flooding back to the MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung camp. As was proved last year, the Vuelta a Espana is the grand tour which suits our African riders perfectly. The soaring temperatures allowed our riders to come into their own and animate the race on a daily basis. We look forward to going back to this special and beautiful race, improving on our previ
  6. For each and every Team MTN-Qhubeka rider starting La Vuelta a Espana, it is a case of a dream being realised. The motivation and morale among the entire team is sky high as we prepare to get the ball rolling with tomorrow’s Team Time Trial. Gerald Ciolek It is a great moment for our team to be at the start of La Vuelta, it is such a big step forward for us. We can do well in this race, it suits us nicely and our climbers will be at home in this race. Sergio Pardilla I am so happy to here at my home race with our African team. Our team has a lot of young riders, for them it is the first time t
  7. Tomorrow Africa’s team start their first ever grand tour, La Vuelta a Espana. Boundaries are being broken with an unprecedented 6 grand tour debutantes starting the La Vuelta . As well as in Merhawi Kudus, Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung will field the youngest rider in the race. Click here to view the article
  8. The 10 years of hard work and sacrifice it has taking to get to this point can now be enjoyed. Now that Africa’s team have arrived, the story will not stop here though. Big bold goals have been set as Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung look to stake their claim and cement Africa’s place in world cycling. Our 9 riders taking part in the 69th La Vuelta a Espana were revealed earlier in the week and have all had the perfect final weeks build up. The team are ready to take on their most important appointment to date and they will do so with one goal! Watch our One Goal - #AfricasTeam video https://www.y
  9. The time has come and Team MTN-Qhubeka have arrived at the biggest stage in world cycling. Africa’s first ever cycling team to participate in a grand tour was presented at La Vuelta a Espana team presentation this evening in Jerez, Spain. Starting with a team trial tomorrow evening, Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung will have its 6 African and 3 European riders make history as they embark on a 23 day journey that will give birth to so many new dreams in the minds of young African’s everywhere. Click here to view the article
  10. Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung La Vuelta a Espana Lineup Sergio Pardilla Gerald Ciolek Louis Meintjes Jay Thomson Jaco Venter Jacques Janse van Rensburg Daniel Teklehaimanot Merhawi Kudus Kristian Sbaragli Reserve: Ignatas Konovalovas Team Principal- Douglas Ryder I must truly thank Unipublic for giving us this opportunity to participate in La Vuelta a Espana this year. It is fitting that Africa’s first ever team to race a Grand Tour starts the one Grand Tour that is closest to the African Continent. I am really proud of this team and how the riders have stepped up in the last 2 years. To have
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