Alexander Kristoff (UAE Team Emirates) took his third consecutive win at Eschborn-Frankfurt. Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) placed second with Oliver Naesen (AG2R La Mondiale) finishing off the podium. The World Tour classic Eschborn-Frankfurt, only one of two World Tour events in Germany, started in Eschborn this morning. Running 212km, the race ended in a bunch sprint in Frankfurt. Once racing started, a break of seven made it away and had built a lead of five minutes 20kms into racing. As the climbs of the day were tackled, the breakaway lost riders, but after a few attacks from the peloton, a new break of eight was.

Last year, Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka used the 100th Giro d’Italia as inspiration for our fundraising campaign, raising funds to get 100 girls on bikes. This year, the campaign is bolder, aiming to impact the lives of 1000 girls and women over the next two months. Our #1000GirlsOnBikes campaign supports the Qhubeka Charity’s aim to distribute 50% of bicycles to girls and women. Empowering women and girls is key to social transformation. Investing in girls and women will help transform their lives, add to social change and spur global growth. The symbol of the campaign this year is a brightly painted Qhubeka bike, which.