A strong finish from Giacomo Nizzolo saw him follow his opening stage win of the Vuelta a Burgos with an impressive second place on day two of the race. On the sharp climb to the finish, the Italian crossed 2 seconds adrift of stage winner Jon Aberasturi (Caja Rural) and did enough to maintain his lead over the race overall. Jhonatan Narvaez (Ineos) was third. That result sees Nizzolo also retain the lead of the Points classification as well as the King of the Mountains. QUOTE “The stage went 100% as we planned it today. The four guys got away which was good for usRead More →

The exciting and beautiful four-stage Arctic Race of Norway gets underway on Thursday, starting with a hilly 181km stage from Å to Leknes. It will be a stage that the likes of Tom-Jelte Slagter, Enrico Gasparotto as well as Steve Cummings will likely have a particular eye on. To support those riders we have a highly experienced trio which including Bernie Eisel, Danilo Wyss and Jay Thomson. Eisel in 2017 won the King of the Mountains category in this race taking home 500kg of salmon as his prize. The alternate stages of the race are flat with the queen stage summit finish at Svolvær, onRead More →

Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka, together with our partners, sought to approach our video content at the 2019 Tour de France in a unique way. In one of the toughest editions of the race yet, in which Czech star Roman Kreuziger finished 16th on GC and we scored four top-10 results across the 21 tough stages, it was some of our work off the bicycle that gained acclaim and reaffirmed one of our team’s core missions of changing lives through bicycles. We undertook a ‘secret’ project, to take eight young aspiring cyclists from the Velokhaya Life Cycling Academy from the Khayeltisha informal settlement outside CapeRead More →