Ride safe with us, sign-up here: https://activate.busby.io/referral/QhubekaFans Busby, the UK’s leading micro-mobility safety app, founded in Liverpool has today (5 March) announced their team-up with Team Qhubeka ASSOS. Busby, launched in November 2019 by Liverpool-born friends Barry Green, James Duffy and Kirk Ryan, aims to make bike riding, as well as other sports and activities, safer. Busby, which as of August 2020, is the only automatic incident response app globally, works with the sensors in your phone to ensure your safety. If a user is involved in an incident the app will begin a 30 second countdown to move or respond and if there is.

Our eco-system allows us to connect and leverage technology and data, enabling our riders and staff to perform at their highest level in the sport. With this information, we’re able to create a holistic picture that helps us manage our athlete’s health and wellness. TECHNOLOGY & DATA ROTORROTOR’s Powermeters measure the actual workload a rider is doing. We consider this one of the most accurate ways to measure the effort, and we use this data to prescribe training. GARMINOur Garmin wearables and GPS computers provide us with athlete, race, and training data, which can then be used to track, analyse, and assess our rider’s performance.

Johannesburg, 16 February 2021 – Team Qhubeka ASSOS, Africa’s only UCI-registered WorldTour cycling team, is delighted to announce that AFEX will partner with the team as its Official Global FX Partner. AFEX is a leader in global payments and risk management and adds to the ever-growing portfolio of premium brands supporting Team Qhubeka ASSOS in their aspirations at the pinnacle of cycling. “We are thrilled to be the Official Global FX Partner of Team Qhubeka Assos – and to be helping the team better manage their currency exposures,” said Wayne Mitchell, Managing Director EMEA at AFEX. “AFEX is deeply committed to sport around the world.

VIDEO RELEASE: New colors, new riders, new name – same passion to change the world! Our partners ASSOS of Switzerland recently spent time with us out our pre-season team training camp near Girona, Spain, capturing the ethos of Team Qhubeka ASSOS. In this video release find out what’s behind Team Qhubeka ASSOS; united in changing lives with bicycles and driving development of the sport’s most technologically advanced equipment. This forms part of a seven-episode web series that will be created during the course of the 2021 season, allowing for key insights into the team that races through its success to create meaningful change in the.

Team Qhubeka ASSOS, Africa’s only UCI-registered WorldTour cycling team, has concluded preparations for the 2021 season after completing a successful final pre-season training camp in Spain. 25 riders, together with a full complement of staff, spent nearly two weeks in Spain following an intensive training schedule while also finalising plans and preparations for the season ahead. In 2021, Team Qhubeka ASSOS had 17 new riders joined the team including the likes of former Vuelta a Espana winner Fabio Aru, Simon Clarke, Kilian Frankiny, Robert Power and Sean Bennett. The European and Italian National champion – Giacomo Nizzolo – together with Victor Campenaerts and Nicholas Dlamini.

Supersapiens and Team Qhubeka ASSOS, Africa’s only UCI-registered WorldTour cycling team, are proud to announce they will be partnering for the 2021 race season. Supersapiens, the first direct-to-consumer energy management ecosystem, utilizes the Abbott Libre Sense Glucose Sport Biosensor, the first glucose sport biosensor designed specifically for athletic performance, to help the team manage their fueling strategies in training, racing, and recovery. “Beyond the team’s incredible success over the last decade, we are inspired by their core mission — the Qhubeka organization’s vision to change lives through bicycles is in line with our own purpose,” said Phil Southerland, CEO and Founder of Supersapiens. “We’re thrilled.

Team Qhubeka ASSOS, Africa’s only UCI-registered WorldTour cycling team, is delighted to announce our partnership with HUNT wheels from next season. This announcement marks a first step into the WorldTour for HUNT and the next stage for them in serving riders across the globe. The team will use various models and configurations of HUNT wheels for racing and training throughout the 2021 and 2022 seasons.  Leveraging the feedback and expertise from our riders competing on the highest level, together with HUNT we can work together in developing and refining HUNT’s wheels to a level that meets the demands placed on them by elite competition, resulting.

NTT Pro Cycling is delighted to confirm that L’Avenir Wine Estate is to be the official wine partner of our team for the season. This partnership consolidates L’Avenir’s Sports Development Project and involvement in South African cycling through the Pedalling for Pebbles campaign at the Cape Town Cycle Tour. “As the first African team to participate in the Tour de France in 2015, NTT Pro Cycling exemplifies L’Avenir’s slogan, Proudly South African, with a touch of French flair,” explains Advini South Africa Managing Director, Naretha Ricome. As a technology-enabled, performance-driven and purpose-led team, NTT Pro Cycling races for something far greater than just success at the very.

Team captained by Victor Campenaerts claim narrow victory in NTT Partner Challenge that also saw significant donations to the Qhubeka charity. The NTT Partner Challenge incredibly saw over 89 000 kilometres covered by the more than by 700 participants in a unique event held on the weekend of 27-28 June, celebrating NTT Pro Cycling and its partners. 14 teams, consisting of approximately 50 people, set out with a target to cover as a minimum the total distance of the 2020 Tour de France (3470km). Each team was captained by a rider from NTT Pro Cycling, that drew fierce but friendly competition and wonderful engagement across.

NTT Pro Cycling’s riders and staff, together with colleagues from the NTT Continental team, are joining forces with our partners in a “unique event” to commemorate the 2020 Tour de France. The two-day NTT Partner Challenge, taking place over the weekend of 27/28 June, will see over 700 people in 14 teams endeavour to cover the entire length of the 2020 Grand Boucle – 3470km. The nature of the event will seek to draw our team and our entire partner network even closer in a truly unique, fun fashion. Participants will either cycle, run, walk, swim or paddle board – or a combination thereof –.