Road Cycling

Africa’s Team Qhubeka ASSOS makes 2021 return after COVID-19 struggles – ESPN

The opening stage of the race saw the European and Italian champion Giacomo Nizzolo fight for a strong fourth place which he then followed up with an excellent third in a crash-marred second stage.

“A team of riders is made up of brilliant individuals and when they come together with a plan you can make magic happen; and to see the team commit to each other and bring Giacomo to the podium already in our first race in our first race for 2021, was really beautiful to see,” he said.

“It just shows how hard this team has worked and how committed they are to each other, to Qhubeka and to our goals as a team. vents.

“The UCI as the governing body of the sport and all of us as teams are working really hard to support each other to make it happen.

“We believe that our team will motivate others and give hope and opportunity to people and continue to create social mobility across the African continent.

“So the year ahead for Team Qhubeka ASSOS is exciting and we are so pleased to be on the road. We thank our fans for their engagement, our current partners for their involvement and we look forward to bringing many new partners into this team as we continue to make an impact that really matters to those in need,” Ryder concluded.