The annual Youth Festival, a popular event catering to young cyclists between the age groups of U11 – U19, will take place in Oudtshoorn from 11 – 14 July 2022.


Qhubeka fundraiser

The 2019 Dimension Data GAP Graduates decided to raise funds for us with a campaign called Walk for Qhubeka. As part of this campaign, Daniel Collett, Chris Lewis and a few colleagues decided to ride a Qhubeka bicycle to work in the morning, and then walk home, and see the difference in time it took. […]

115 New bicycles for Khayelitsha schoolchildren and tourism micro enterprise


On Thursday 7 March 2019, 100 schoolchildren from Matthew Goniwe Memorial High School in Khayelitsha informal settlement in South Africa’s Western Cape province received brand new Qhubeka Bicycles. Another 15 bicycles were distributed to Ride2Empower, a tourism enterprise in Khayelitsha. Of the 100 bicycles for the schoolchildren, 50 were funded by Breitling through its fundraising […]

Agenda 2020: Development and Academy Support Programme

2019/20 Development & Academy Support Programme Cycling South Africa has developed a new vision for the future – one that has a strong focus on accessibility of cycling into urban, peri-urban and rural communities. Our sport has quite a way to go to be inclusive to as many of our people as possible and the […]

Two Sports Trust development cyclists go professional

Khayelitsha road cyclists Vuyo Mavuya and Vuyolwethu Nkomo from The Sports Trust Development Cycling Programme are reaping the rewards of their commitment and dedication to training when they received news that they form part of the team roster for Kinetic Pro Cycling Team for the 2019 season. Mavuya, captain of the Sports Trust Cycling team, […]

A busy November for cycling development in KZN

Gauteng development

KwaZulu-Natal’s development projects continue to gain momentum as time progresses with many projects gaining traction and continuing to build the grass roots growth beyond cycling and into the peripheral elements of a complete cycling event. The capacity building projects have been an important element of the development. With a stacked calendar of race events throughout […]

Khayelitsha school children receive 75 Qhubeka bicycles

Qhubeka bike handover

Yesterday riders and staff from Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka, Africa’s World Tour cycling team, along with various partners, gathered at Bulumko High School in Khayelitsha to distribute 75 Qhubeka bicycles to schoolchildren. The recipients are part of a Qhubeka learn-to-earn programme in the area, which in turn is part of a larger Qhubeka SHIFT […]

Cycling moves Mamelodi youth

Youth cycling Mamelodi

On the streets of Mamelodi township on a Saturday morning, you’ll recognise cyclists young and not-so-young enjoying the freedom that cycling brings to almost every cyclist on a weekend ride! Led by Percy Modiselle, the local cycling club continues to introduce more youth into the sport of cycling and encourages participation by lending them bicycles […]

Qhubeka bicycles and partnerships transforming communities in Giyani

Qhubeka Bicycle distribution

Giyani, in South Africa’s Limpopo province, is the site of one of Qhubeka’s largest learn-to-earn bicycle programmes, implemented by World Vision South Africa. Today marked the third distribution in the space of a month that Qhubeka has distributed 350 new bicycles into schools in the region, bringing the total for the last month to 1 050 […]

Development wheels keep turning in KZN

KZN development

The KwaZulu-Natal Cycling development programme has been running well and it has been full of cycling activities over the past few weeks. Providing the cyclists the opportunity to experience the diversity of cycling, track cycling is identifying some young and fresh talent on the oval. This Track High Performance (HP) Group attended local racing events […]


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