Qhubeka Buffalo Bicycle Recipients Receive Special Visit

On Friday the 5th April, some of the Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung riders got to spend the day with the feeder team, MTN-Qhubeka World Cycling Centre Africa. Qhubeka had the opportunity to take these riders into one of the communities where we work and introduce them to some of the people who are benefiting from

London Learners Donate 20 Bicycles To South African Students

About 20 girls from Thomas’ Clapham School in London recently donated 20 Qhubeka Buffalo Bicycles to the Wildlands Conservation Trust Tree-preneur Project run from the Spier Wine Estate in Stellenbosch. The girls raised the funds for the bicycles by each undertaking to raise one hundred pounds. The main driver for the fundraiser being a bicycle

Qhubeka Academy to feature on SuperSport

The MTN Qhubeka Grand Prix, which took place recently at the Hector Norris Park velodrome in Johannesburg, will be featured on SuperSport television during April. The event was hosted by MTN Club 100 to highlight its partnership with Qhubeka and as a platform for its Academy. The programme included top class track racing from some

Meet Emlyn and his brand new bike

Emlyn is 10 years old and lives with his family near Cape Town in South Africa’s Western Cape Province. Emlyn is the proud owner of a Qhubeka Buffalo bicycle, which he earned through the Wildlands project in his region. He grew 159 indigenous tree seedlings, which he then traded with Wildands for his bike. Emlyn’s

TRIUMPHANT SA U23 TOUR FOR WCC TEAMS

The two UCI World Cycling Centre (WCC) Africa teams demonstrated their speed, skill and teamwork at the Trac N4 National U23 Tour, which ran from 21 to 24 March 2013 in Nelspruit, in South Africa’s Mpumalanga province. Till Drobisch (Namibia, MTN-Qhubeka WCC Feeder Team) won the tour, and his WCC teammates also did well, earning

Taking on TPT for Qhubeka

 John Taylor will be riding the Trans Pennine Trail, from Southport on the west coast of the UK to Hornsea on the east coast, from 12 to 14 April to raise funds for Qhubeka. The trail covers 333km, which John plans to cover in three days on his MTB, averaging about 70miles a day on

Aiming for Epic goals

Father and son, Andrewe and Wesley Proctor, are riding the ABSA Cape Epic to raise funds for Qhubeka. This will be the pair’s third Cape Epic in a row and the second they’ve chosen to ride for Qhubeka. Now in its 10th year, the Cape Epic has been hailed as the “Tour de France of

RIDE-On-US

Are you taking part in a cycling event? Whether it’s a road race, a MTB event or a triathlon, and whether you’re a beginner or a more advanced rider, you can help to raise funds for Qhubeka by ‘riding on us’. We rely on people like you, who share our passion for bicycles and the

Trek supports Qhubeka project with African team’s bike

Every Trek Project One bike that features Team MTN-Qhubeka’s paint scheme will help mobilize Africa’s youth Trek is now offering the bike of one of the pro peloton’s most exciting teams through its Project One custom program, in an effort to help get bikes into the hands of rural African children. When cyclists customize their