Danish technology companies Waoo and Boyum IT announce partnership with WorldTour team NTT Pro Cycling. Both were previous partners of Virtu Cycling who earlier in 2020 became co-owners of the South African team. NTT Pro Cycling is pleased to announce that Denmark’s leading supplier of Internet, TV and telephony via the fibreoptic network, Waoo, as well as IT company Boyum IT, who deliver software solutions to customers worldwide, have entered into an exciting partnership with both our WorldTour and UCI Continental outfits. This partnership will also see us race with the respective brands on our striking, recently launched, kit. This latest announcement follows that of.
The Tour de Langkawi takes place from 7 – 14 February this year and NTT Pro Cycling are excited to the return to the UCI 2.Pro event which we won for 3 years in succession, from 2015-2017. NTT Pro Cycling will be sending a motivated team to Malaysia, spearheaded by new recruit Max Walscheid & our South African climber Louis Meintjes. Joining them will be our neo pro duo of Samuele Battistella and Dylan Sunderland, who both just made their World Tour debut’s at the recent Tour Down Under. Completing our team will be our Japanese national champion, Shotaro Iribe, and Michael Carbel, both also.
The Swadini Resort, in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa, will play host to the 2020 South African Road Championships between 7-9 February. NTT Pro Cycling will be represented in both the Elite & U23 time trial and road race categories at the championships. The time trial events will take place on Friday, where we will have Stefan de Bod competing in the Elite category and Marc Pritzen, who rides for our continental feeder team, in the u23 event. Both events will be run over the same, mostly flat, 36km circuit course. The u23 and Elite road race takes place on Sunday, where de Bod.