Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka has selected a strong, experienced and versatile lineup for the seven-stage Tour of California which gets underway in Sacramento. With a number of sprint opportunities on offer, the likes of Mark Cavendish and Reinardt Janse van Rensburg will be casting their respective eye over those chances with Bernhard Eisel, Jay Thomson and Lars Bak all set to play important supporting roles. Louis Meintjes, who only recently made his return to racing at the Tour of Romandie, also starts and will be looking at the climb to Mount Baldy as an important moment in his season, with an eye to theRead More →

Mark Cavendish and Mark Renshaw will both race at the upcoming Tour de Yorkshire as part of our six-man team selected for the event. Both featured in our lineup in 2018 in a race that’s become synonymous for its fantastic support from the local fans. They will have alongside them the experience of Bernie Eisel as well exciting neo-pro Rasmus Tiller, who both have recently been part of our Classics campaign. Also included are the duo of Nic Dlamini and Tom-Jelte Slagter, who will both be looking at taking advantage of their skills on some of the punchier portions of the course that have becomeRead More →

The 117th edition of Paris-Roubaix promises to once again dish up a hugely exciting day and sees us start with a highly experienced group. Our lineup includes Bernhard Eisel who tackles the 257km race for a 16th time, having completed all 15 prior occasions that he’s started and finishing in the top-10 twice. Alongside the Austrian will be Lars Bak who takes on the ‘Hell of the North’ for a 13th time, having finished 5th in 2011. Edvald Boasson Hagen, who looked to hold out for a win at Scheldeprijs earlier in the week after launching a solo attack in the final 15km, hopes toRead More →

Mark Renshaw will pin on a number for the first time in 2019 as he’s selected to start in our seven-rider roster for Driedaagse Brugge-De Panne. The Australian was involved in a crash with a motor vehicle while training at home late last year but after a speedy recovery has been raring to return to racing. He’s joined by a strong selection including Giacomo Nizzolo and Reinardt Janse van Rensburg, who both rode completed Milan-Sanremo over the weekend. They’re alongside Lars Bak who returns after being forced to abandon at Paris-Nice, along with Jay Thomson who last raced at the UAE Tour. Completing the line-upRead More →

The eagerly awaited first Monument of the year sees a strong Italian flavour in our selection for the iconic race, as Giacomo Nizzolo and Enrico Gasparotto both earn starting spots. The 110th edition of ‘La Primavera’ is 291km long with the renowned punchy climbs in the latter stages, the Cipressa and the Poggio, likely to once again play the decisive roles in who takes the victory. Who to watch Giacomo Nizzolo The man from Milan has already made a big impact since he joined our team at the start of 2019. Despite off-season knee surgery he’s already won a stage at the Tour of OmanRead More →

The final stage of the 2019 Vuelta a San Juan was a 9-lap flat stage around the town of San Juan with the stage won by Sam Bennett (BOH). Team Dimension Data executed a near-perfect leadout for Mark Cavendish but his chances were scuppered in the final few hundred metres as he suffered a front-wheel puncture to finish 12th. Alvaro Hodeg (DQS) was second and Erik Baska (BOH) was third. It brought to an end a solid week for Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka that saw Gino Mäder and Rasmus Tiller ride for our team for the first time. The former had an excellent outing;Read More →

The Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka riders put in a huge performance on stage two of Tour de Yorkshire. Kristian Sbaragli finished sixth in the bunch sprint after the team had attacked tirelessly on the final 20 kilometers. Since Saturday’s stage was the last chance for the sprinters to shine in the race, it was no surprise that the peloton only allowed a group of just four riders to get away early on. The breakaway never posed any real danger for the pack, which kept the front riders on a tight leash all day long. However, the teams of the top favorites for the stageRead More →

January [one-half-first] Australian National Championships Australia, 7 January Click here to find out more… Tour Down Under Australia, 16-21 January Click here to find out more… Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race Australia, 28 January Click here to find out more… [/one-half-first] [one-half] People’s Choice Down Under Classic Australia, 14 January Click here to find out more… CEGORR Albert Park Grand Prix Australia, 25 January Click here to find out more… Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana Spain, 31 January – 4 February Click here to find out more… [/one-half] February [one-half-first] Dubai Tour United Arab Emirates, 6-10 Feb Click here to find out more… TourRead More →