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Awesome performance by MTN-Qhubeka
The fourth stage of the Criterium du Dauphine would provide a thrilling finish that saw a reduced peloton arrive at the finish for a bunch sprint. Read full article
MTN-Qhubeka 15th in Dauphine TT
The third stage of the Criterium du Dauphine would be a tough 24.5km team trial trial test to Montagny. The current world champions in TTT discipline, BMC Racing, would ride away with the victory. Read full article
Teklehaimanot extends lead, Edvald shines
After pulling on the King of the Mountains leaders’ jersey at the end of Criterium du Dauphine opening stage, Daniel Teklehaimanot would find the break of the day again in the second stage on Monday. Read full article
Combrinck claims national marathon title
Gawie Combrinck achieved the biggest result of his professional cycling career when he claimed the South African Elite men’s Mountain Bike Marathon Championship title. Read full article
First World Tour jersey for Qhubeka
The opening stage of the Criterium du Dauphine would be a close on perfect start for Team MTN-Qhubeka as Edvald Boasson Hagen sprinted to third place. Read full article
Venter finishes fifth in final stage
The final stage of the Tour de Luxembourg saw MTN-Qhubeka in the thick of the action once again as Jaco Venter made the early break of the day which would turn out to also be the decisive move. Read full article
Combrinck, De Groot win national titles
Gawie Combrinck (Team EAI Cycling) and Robyn de Groot (Ascendis Health) walked away with the National Marathon MTB titles on Saturday. Read full article
Sbaragli fourth in sprint finish
The third stage of the Tour de Luxembourg would come down to a bunch sprint on Saturday with Andre Greipel (Lotto-Soudal) securing the stage victory. Read full article
Sbaragli finishes 6th after tough stage
The second stage of the Tour de Luxembourg would provide for a stern test as the peloton would encounter no less than nine categorised climbs along the 186km route. Read full article
Brammeier caught in final kilometres
MTN-Qhubeka riders made their presence felt at the 1st road stage of the Tour de Luxembourg on Thursday. Matt Brammeier found the break of the day before Kristian Sbaragli sprinted to fifth place at the line. Read full article
All tracks lead to Van Gaalen
With the online pre-entry list at the 2200 rider mark, all the top names in mountain biking in South Africa will make the North West Province their home this weekend. Read full article
Haw & Houston take on Dusi Valley
With an extensive knowledge of the Valley of a Thousand Hills from the river, the 2015 BSi Steel dusi2c will be a unique experience for current African Continental Cross Country Champion Bianca Haw. Read full article
Qhubeka's African team to make debut
The Criterium du Dauphine will form part of MTN-Qhubeka African team’s final build up to the Tour. Read full article
Venter the best against the clock
The opening prologue of the Tour de Luxembourg saw riders take on a technical 2.6km city course. The victory would go to Adrien Petit (Cofidis) after just 3'58" minutes of effort. Read full article
Seven Africans in MTN-Qhubeka TdF squad
MTN-Qhubeka are set to make history this year when they become the first African-registered cycling team to participate in the Tour de France. Read full article
MTN-Qhubeka target strong GC result
The Tour de Luxembourg is the next event on the MTN-Qhubeka racing calendar, with the five-stage tour starting this Wednesday. Read full article
Elusive hat-trick the target for Reid
Not many riders can boast three National MTB Championship titles before they reach the age of 23 but Team RECM’s James Reid could be privileged enough. Read full article
Boasson Hagen wins final stage
Edvald Boasson Hagen would show his class at the final Tour des Fjords stage and took an emphatic stage victory. Edvald was part of a late 4 man escape. Read full article
Sbaragli now 8th on GC for MTN-Qhubeka
Nic Dougall and Kristian Sbaragli were part of this decisive move and the large group were able to build up a lead of just over 3 minutes. Read full article
Wolhuter, Hill sprint to stage victory at Zuurberg
Wolhuter, Hill took one back from overnight leaders Kevin Evans and Pieter Seyffert as they sprinted to the stage win on day two of the three-day PwC Great Zuurberg Trek near Port Elizabeth on Saturday. Read full article
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