The 3rd stage of the Tour de France was a dramatic one that saw Serge Pauwles in the breakaway, a massive crash that brought the stage to a hault and then the finish up the infamous Mur de Huy. Gruber Images caught all the action as they do best..

The 3rd stage of the Tour de France saw Joquim Rodriguez (Katusha) take the victory atop the Mur de Huy, just ahead of Chris Froome (Team Sky) and Alexis Vuillermoz (AG2R La Mondiale). Froome would also move into the yellow jersey.  The day would start of positively for our African team as Serge Pauwels got into the break of the day, escaping with 3 other riders from kilometer zero. While the break was caught with around 60km to go, Serge‘s efforts were well rewarded as the first Belgian across the line at kilometer 15 would win a car. Being the only Belgian in the break,.

The 2nd stage of the Tour de France lived up to its expectations of having the weather, and particularly the wind affecting the race. A small group of 20 odd riders sprinted it out for the win with Andre Greipel (Lotto-Soudal) taking the victory ahead of Peter Sagan (Tinkoff-Saxo) and Fabian Cancellara (Trek Factory Racing). A 4 rider group initially escaped from kilometer zero but when the wind picked up with around 110km to go, Tinkoff-Saxo put the main group into the gutter and caused a few splits in the peloton. The injection of pace caused the break to be caught with 100km to go..

What a terrific day it was at our first Tour de France stage. Daniel Teklehaimanot had the honour of being the first rider to start the 102nd Tour de France and from that point onwards, it was a day of only absolute highs for our African team. Steve Cummings put the cherry on the cake by finishing 10th overall on stage. Gruber Images was there to capture all the emotions..

The 1st stage of the Tour de France was a spectacle unrivaled by anything else we have experienced. We could not have hoped for a better start to our Grande Boucle either with Steve Cummings finishing in a terrific 10th place. It was a day of so many highs for Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung with Daniel Teklehaimanot being the first rider to get the 102nd Tour de France started as he rolled off the start ramp at 14:00 in Utrecht. The crowds, which were bursting at the seams at around 800 000 strong, made for an unbelievable atmosphere which really motivated our African team. Each of our riders put in strong.

South African champ, Jacques Janse van Rensburg takes us through his and the teams preparations on getting ready for the 102nd Tour de France at our service course in Lucca, Italy..

Last night we presented our MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung team that will take on the 102nd Tour de France at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. Our Tour de France special edition Cervelos were also unveiled under the watchful eye of the Night Watch.  Gruber Images captured the beautiful evening in breathtaking fashion..

Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung is delighted to announce the final nine man team that will make history as the first African team to participate in Le Tour de France.  Starting on 4 July these nine riders will represent the African continent on cycling’s most global stage, with the objective of driving our #BicyclesChangeLives campaign so that we can mobilise 5000 kids in Africa with bicycles this July. Our long list of 11 riders was announced on 2 June. In the two weeks since this initial announcement, we saw the magnificent performance of our African team at the Criterium du Dauphine. It was the performance at the Dauphine that gave our.

Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung are set to make history when they become the first African registered cycling team to participate in the Tour de France this year. To be on the start line of Le Tour is a huge step forward for our team and a massive milestone for African cycling. The opportunity comes with great responsibility and MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung will take to the Grand Depart with clear objectives and a strong team. 7 African riders and 4 internationals make the MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung Tour de France squad. With the Tour de France only a month away now, there has been much speculation as.