After a parenthesis in 2022, South African manager returns with a new ProTeam squad, world-class backers, and WorldTour ambitions.
A trio of WorldTour riders sign on for South African's 2023 squad.
Aussie star relishing second chance with Israel-Premier Tech: 'My results have shown that I'm not finished with cycling yet.'
The Italian rider staves off retirement after signing a late deal with the Belgian WorldTour squad.
Riders told that they can keep bikes to offset against salaries as Ryder vows to 'honor our agreement.'
The story of Nexthash, Team Qhubeka’s last title sponsor.
Veteran Australian joins new teammates at pre-season camp just days after penning a deal to keep him in the WorldTour.
Veteran Australian is holding out for a late-hour contract and hopes to land something by late January.
The team says it has ended its search for sponsors for 2022, but that the Continental team will continue to race.
Team boss Douglas Ryder thanked riders and staffers, aims to return to WorldTour status in 2023.
The UCI has refused a pro license to Qhubeka-Nexthash for 2022. The end of the African team is unfortunately very near.
A total of 18 WorldTour and 14 Women's WorldTour licenses have been awarded, while Gianni Savio's squad handed ProTeam spot after missing initial deadline.
Israel Start-Up Nation: Roster nearly full, confirms contact with Premier Tech, Chris Froome to stay put
ISN owner Sylvan Adams confirms Premier Tech talks and says four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome 'will retire as a rider from our team.'
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The careers and futures of dozens of riders, sport directors, mechanics, soigneurs, and staffers are hanging in the balance.
Top women's league will grow to 14, while Peter Sagan will have to earn his ticket to the Tour de France in 2022.
Team Principal Doug Ryder makes direct plea for backers while Premier Tech said it needs 'more time' to finalize 2022 deal with new team.
Team officials confirm NextHash will not be title sponsor in 2022 but vow team will race next season as search for partners continues.
Financial uncertainty continues at Qhubeka-NextHash.
African-registered team still looking secure its sponsors for 2022, but UCI deadlines force them to release riders from contracts.
The team reportedly told riders and staff in an email about an "unexpected delay" in payments.
Michael Gogl used to play the cello as a child but he soon learned that his talents were best placed elsewhere, bike racing. He is riding his fourth Tour de France.
Nic Dlamini made history and blazed new trails after becoming the first Black rider from South Africa to start the Tour de France.
Less than a year after it nearly disappeared, the Qhubeka team has signed a five-year deal with a new co-title sponsor.
VN news ticker: Koen de Kort loses three fingers as result of off-road vehicle accident, Team Qhubeka-Assos rebrands as Team Qhubeka-NextHash
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American rider Sean Bennett will also make Tour de France debut with Qhubeka Assos.
Egan Bernal and the classification contenders rolled to the line together with no changes in GC.
Egan Bernal presses forward in the race leader's pink jersey with no changes to the general classification.
Young Californian supports Qhubeka-Assos captains Domenico Pozzovivo, Simon Clarke, Fabio Aru in his first-ever 'Doyenne' on Sunday.
Pro racer recalls his introduction to cycling and his experiences of training in Cape Town as a teenager.
The Qhubeka-Assos climber is currently slated to make his road debut at the Tour de la Provence, February 11 - 14.
The prominently featured Qhubeka hands are ‘key symbol in illustrating that bicycle beneficiaries are receiving a hand up.’
The Italian climber is hoping his recent foray into cyclocross will help him once he returns to the road.
Henao, 32, is set to be the first Colombian rider to sign with the South African based WorldTour squad.
The American and South African-based WorldTour squads continue to fill out their rosters with climbers and sprinters.
NTT Continental Cycling Team becomes Team Qhubeka for 2021 as it looks to continue developing U23 talent from Africa.
‘All three of these signings will be able to add hugely to the versatility within our squad which will be crucial to our ambitions in 2021,’ said the team's sports director.
The news comes on the heels of an announcement last week that Team Qhubeka Assos will be the new name of team NTT Pro Cycling.