The 4th stage of the Tour of Croatia finished with a 22km climb. Riccardo Zoidl (Trek-Segafredo) showed he was the strongest climber at the race, taking the win ahead of Matja Kvasina (Synergy Baku) with Victor de la Parte (CCC Sprandi) in 3rd. With today’s stage only 124km long and the last 20km all being uphill, it was near impossible that an early break would succeed today. Nevertheless, there was a lot of attacking in the early stages and our African Team was also involved. 8 riders eventually got away but as expected they were caught on the big final climb. With Team Dimension Data.

The early season classics are fast coming to an end with the 102nd edition of Liege-Bastogne-Liege all set to take place on Sunday 24 April in Belgium. As one of the 5 monuments of world cycling, Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka are looking to impress come Sunday. Liege-Bastogne-Liege is the oldest of all the classics and so naturally a tremendous amount of prestige is placed upon “La Doyenne”. With a total distance of 253km, and the route littered with climbs particularly in the final 100km, riders will truly be put to the test. You can expect the action to really liven up from the Côte de La.

Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka had a prominent presence at the front of the Tour of Croatia stage 3 peloton. The race ended with another tricky sprint finish and Mark Cavendish placed 4th. Stiehl Photography was there to capture all the action on the day..