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NTT Pro Cycling
NTT Pro Cycling is Africa’s first ever UCI World Tour team and started its first season in cycling’s top ranks in 2016. Three successful years in the Pro Continental ranks preceded our last three years at World Tour and ever since, the team has been building to become one of the top teams in world cycling.
The goal of producing the first African world champion is still very much at the heart of the team’s plans and this is evident in our clear focus on developing African talent, starting with our continental feeder team. Our vision has also expanded somewhat as we look to place an African rider on the podium of the Tour de France by 2020.
Africa’s most talented riders will wear NTT Pro Cycling colors in 2020, with two time Tour de France top 10 finisher, Louis Meintjes spearheading them. Ryan Gibbons, Amanuel Ghebreigzabhier, Nic Dlamini and Stefan de Bod are the future of African cycling race and we will look forward to further developing their careers. Together with African stalwart riders like Jay Thomson and Reinardt Janse van Rensburg, the team is the true home of African cycling. Well known riders like Victor Campenearts, Edvald Basson Hagen, and Giacomo Nizzolo add depth to our race winning potential and will also help to further globalize the Qhubeka initiative.
The Qhubeka project remains at the core of our setup and the very reason why our team exists. To provide a platform for awareness about Qhubeka and garner international support for the project, so that they may continue to mobilise the African people, gives our team a greater sense of purpose. We wholeheartedly believe in the #BicyclesChangeLives campaign and it will remain a driving force behind our success.
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