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Joburg2Kili Team to Begin Mount Kilimanjaro Climb!

Joburg2Kili Team to Begin Mount Kilimanjaro Climb!

10 October 2016 - Yesterday we cycled our final leg of the #Joburg2Kili expedition from Arusha to Moshi at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro. Since leaving Johannesburg at the end of July we have covered 4650km on our Q...
Team Joburg2Kili for Qhubeka arrive at Mount Kilimanjaro

Team Joburg2Kili for Qhubeka arrive at Mount Kilimanjaro

05 October 2016 - Today, after 10 weeks of cycling single-speed Qhubeka Buffalo bicycles, four South African adventure cyclists, Warrick and Camilla Kernes, Gareth Pickering and Derrick Fourie will arrive in Moshi a...
2016 Standard Bank Africa Cycle Fair Gives Everyone a Chance to Shine

2016 Standard Bank Africa Cycle Fair Gives Everyone a Chance to Shine

04 October 2016 - Cycling enthusiasts should prepare to get on the saddle at the 2016 Standard Bank Cycle Fair. There are three exciting challenges… Or you can just join in to support the cycling stars of the...
Killi, We See You!

Killi, We See You!

30 September 2016 - We have made it to the capital city of Tanzania, Dodoma, after four days of riding in some serious heat through Masai land. Along the way we also reached the 4000km mark on our journey from Johanne...
The Uphill Push to Kilimanjaro

The Uphill Push to Kilimanjaro

26 September 2016 - We have had some seriously tough riding over the past few days since entering our final country on the Joburg2Kili Expedition, Tanzania. But before updating on how things have been going in Tanzani...
Joburg2Kili Visit Nyika National Park

Joburg2Kili Visit Nyika National Park

19 September 2016 - We decided to change up our schedule slightly so we could use some of our planned rest days on the lake to go through to Nyika National Park instead. It was recommended to us as a place to visit wh...
Joburg2Killi for Qhubeka Steam On!

Joburg2Killi for Qhubeka Steam On!

13 September 2016 - A WEEK OF MEETING SOME INCREDIBLE PEOPLE Since our last update we have had an incredibly busy and action-packed few weeks. Our last day in Botswana was spent in Kasane (Chobe) where we ended of...
350 Bicycles to Help Mobilize the Alexandra Community!

350 Bicycles to Help Mobilize the Alexandra Community!

07 July 2016 - On Thursday, 23 June 2016, 50 excited children at the Kwabhekilanga Secondary School in Alexandra, north of Johannesburg received bicycles through a partnership between the City of Joburg and Qhube...
Wild Card entries no longer needed

Wild Card entries no longer needed

26 November 2015 - South Africa’s first Pro-Continental cycling team has just received confirmation that it will race the 2016 season with a World Tour licence. The International Cycling Union (UCI) confir...
News items that you simply need to know

News items that you simply need to know

24 November 2015 - Shares in bike shop Stellenbosch-based bicycle store, BMT has taken employee job satisfaction one step further by introducing the BMT Trust. “The BMT Trust effectively gives 30% ...
We all need someone to ride for

We all need someone to ride for

28 October 2015 - One thing about cyclists and the cycling “fraternity” that really pulled my heart strings when I first got involved was the fact that many, if not most, cyclists ride for some sort of c...
Africa's team sponsor announced

Africa's team sponsor announced

25 September 2015 - Dimension Data will become the new title partner of Ryder Cycling, which owns and manages Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung, Africa’s only UCI Professional Continental Cycling Team. Effective...
Freedom Ride spotlights inner city suburbs

Freedom Ride spotlights inner city suburbs

18 September 2015 - The fourth Jozi Freedom Ride which takes place on Sunday, 11 October, is set to celebrate former South African President Nelson Mandela’s legacy and his commitment to bridging the social divi...
Making a Difference

Making a Difference

09 January 2015 - A sea of silver and yellow flashes in the sun. As we get closer, the silver reveals itself to be spokes, rims and handle bars reflecting Africa’s strong sunlight. A sea of yellow frames is the...