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Strong climber line-up for Team Qhubeka ASSOS at Liege-Bastogne-Liege

Liege-Bastogne-Liege, the oldest of the cycling monuments, is set to take place this Sunday in the Ardennes region of Belgium. Team Qhubeka ASSOS will line-up at the UCI World Tour classic with an experienced group of climbers. Liege-Bastogne-Liege dates back to 1892, with this year seeing the 107th running of the event. Covering a distance of 259km, the route includes a number of cycling famous climbs, like Cote de La Redoute and Cote de la Roche-aux-Faucons among others, making this a monument of cycling for the climbing specialists. While the first 160km of the race is by no means flat, the majority of the notable.

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Team Qhubeka ASSOS choose Acubiz

Team Qhubeka ASSOS has made an important administrative decision, choosing to streamline its expense management processes with Acubiz. For some time, it has been a priority for Team Qhubeka ASSOS to minimize the administrative burdens linked to expenses, which naturally occur in the wake of cycling races all over the world. In any organization, employees hold expenses on a regular basis, when they do their job. This also applies for a professional cycling team. That may be our Sport Director’s representation expenses in connection with sponsor meetings, mechanics or soigneurs who need to purchase additional supplies on the road or even a rider who buys.

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Qhubeka ASSOS take on Fleche Wallonne & the famous Mur de Huy

On Wednesday Team Qhubeka ASSOS will line up at the second of the three Ardennes Classics, La Fleche Wallonne. The Belgian UCI World Tour classic splits the other two Ardennes races, Amstel Gold and Liege-Bastogne-Liege. La Fleche Wallonne will see a familiar route for the 85th edition of the race, including 3 ascents of its famous climb, the Mur de Huy, with the finish line being at the summit of the final ascent. The Mur de Huy will no doubt be the main feature of the race, with a large group expected to arrive at the foot of the final 1.2km climb again, to “sprint”.

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Dlamini returns for Tour of the Alps

Team Qhubeka ASSOS has named its line-up for the five-stage Tour of the Alps which features a return to racing for Nicholas Dlamini, as one of two South Africans to feature in the team. Dlamini, who recently placed third at the South African road race championships, returns to European racing following earlier appearances in the season at Grote prijs Jean-Pierre Monsere, Le Samyn and Tour de la Provence. Dlamini’s ‘s joined by Reinardt Janse van Rensburg and Lasse Norman Hansen, who will play crucial support roles throughout. Domenico Pozzovivo and Kilian Frankiny will carry the main load of the climbing duties during the week where.

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Fabio Aru: “I’m smiling on the bike”

Team Qhubeka ASSOS’ Fabio Aru says that he’s thoroughly enjoying his steady return to form and enjoying racing with a smile on his face. The 30-year-old former Vuelta a España champion finds himself on a short racing break following his recent participation at the Tour of the Basque Country. “I’ve now done 23 race days and also some cyclo-cross racing at the start of the year and I’m just really happy to be part of this Qhubeka ASSOS family,” said Aru. “It’s a really good team and I enjoy every moment that I spend with my teammates and all of the staff. The feeling is.

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Team Qhubeka ASSOS fired up for Amstel Gold Race

Amstel Gold Race is the first of three Ardennes Classics and the UCI World Tour ranked classic will take place on Sunday in South Limburg, Netherlands. The 55th edition of the Amstel Gold Race is set to be a unique edition of the race with a revised route, due to Covid-19 restrictions, consisting of a 16,9km lap around Valkenburg that will be completed 12 times before one final circuit of 15,9km brings the race to its conclusion, for a total of 216km. The climbs of Geulhemmerberg, Bemmelberg and Cauberg will feature on each lap, with only the Cauberg being bypassed on the final lap. The.

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