NTT Pro Cycling’s riders and staff, together with colleagues from the NTT Continental team, are joining forces with our partners in a “unique event” to commemorate the 2020 Tour de France. The two-day NTT Partner Challenge, taking place over the weekend of 27/28 June, will see over 700 people in 14 teams endeavour to cover the entire length of the 2020 Grand Boucle – 3470km. The nature of the event will seek to draw our team and our entire partner network even closer in a truly unique, fun fashion. Participants will either cycle, run, walk, swim or paddle board – or a combination thereof –Read More →

Sprinter Giacomo Nizzolo has had a superb start to 2020 for NTT Pro Cycling, claiming big stage wins at the Santos Tour Down Under and at Paris-Nice. We sat down with the Italian star to reflect on his excellent form and what his eyes are set on once the season resumes. How would you describe your start to 2020? It was a great start for me. Results-wide it was good, of course, and the best feeling that I had was that of simply being competitive again. That feeling when you know that in the final (parts of a race) you can be one of the guysRead More →

“At a time when we can’t move, we are still moved.” NTT Pro Cycling is proud to initiate ‘Be Moved’: a call to action to open our hearts to the humanity around us, as the world is currently gripped with the unprecedented impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. ‘Be Moved’ comes about after a range of extensive team-wide discussions as to what the current global crisis means, not only  to our cycling team but extended into our personal lives and communities across the world. This concept was created together with our partners at the T+W Content Creation Agency, world leaders in the art of storytelling. TheRead More →

South Africa’s Louis Meintjes is currently at his base in Andorra where he is staying indoors as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. In our latest Q&A we ask him about the Olympic Games, the Tour de France, his start to 2020 and his new found love for baking. Louis, you’re in Andorra, how have you been dealing with the lockdown? Training and life has been spent mostly inside as they don’t want us to do anything outside here except to leave and go shopping for food, everything happens indoors. It’s not been too bad really; a lot of hours on Zwift, lots of timeRead More →

Nic Dlamini is back on his bike in full training as he continues to make his comeback after breaking his arm at the end of 2019. Yet to race this year, Nic recently received the important all-clear to return to riding outdoors from our team’s medical department. We caught up with him to see how he was doing, his thoughts on the postponement of the Tokyo Olympic Games and what his remaining goals are for the season. Nic, in light of the current situation with the Coronavirus, where are you at the moment? At the moment I’m in Holland, it’s quite a big thing obviouslyRead More →

NTT Pro Cycling’s time trial specialist, Victor Campenaerts, has welcomed the decision by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee to postpone the Olympic Games. Campenaerts, 28, was working towards earning a spot on Team Belgium, with the final selection due to take place over the coming months. On Tuesday, a joint statement from the IOC and the organisers, saw the Games now postponed “beyond 2020 but not later than summer 2021” due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “I don’t think that it’s a surprise for anybody that they’ve postponed the Tokyo Olympic Games. I think it’s a good decision, the onlyRead More →

Following his crash during stage five of the Tour of Britain Steve Cummings has been discharged from hospital. He underwent thorough diagnostics at the neurosurgical department in Liverpool and was found to have fractured four vertebrae of the thoracic spine. Luckily no further neurological damage occurred and an operation is not necessary. Under conservative treatment he now needs to fully recover and will not be able to participate in any further races until the end of the season. We would like to extend our gratitude for all the messages of support we’ve received for Steve, and wish him a speedy recovery.Read More →

We are delighted to confirm six contract renewals that will underpin the next phase of our team’s journey as we rebrand as Team NTT in 2020. Exciting and in-demand South African sprinter Ryan Gibbons, who continues to progress at the very highest level, will be looking to even greater success in 2020. He impressed hugely at the Tour Down Under early on in the year and followed that up with fourth at the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race. Gibbons also finished twice in the top 10 on stages at the Giro dÍtalia in 2019 to go with capturing the individual time trial title atRead More →

We are delighted to announce that German sprinter Max Walscheid will join our team in 2020 as we transition into Team NTT. Walscheid, 26, brings a wealth of experience to our set-up and will be looking at taking the next step in his career as a member of Team NTT. Walscheid first turned professional in 2012, racing with Team Lotto Kern-Haus after which he stepped up to the WorldTour with Giant-Alpecin in 2015. At Team Sunweb, he held a leadership role in the on the flat stages, while playing an important support role when required too. The German had 22 top-10 finishes in 2019 including,Read More →

Michael Gogl is the latest name to be confirmed to have signed for next season as part of our very exciting rebrand as Team NTT in 2020. The 25-year-old Austrian is currently in his third season with Trek-Segafredo and brings a wealth of experience to our outfit, after having first ridden on the WorldTour in 2015. That was as part of the Tinkoff team and followed four years at Continental level. Gogl’s ridden four Grand Tours, including the Tour de France twice and secured a fourth-place stage finish on his debut at the Vuelta a Espana in 2016. In 2019 he rode the Giro d’ItaliaRead More →