Team Dimension Data For Qhubeka Cycling Kit

Help a good cause. Every purchase you make, supports the Qhubeka foundation. Team Dimension Data proudly supports the transport empowerment of those less fortunate. 

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Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka Cycle Kit

Team Dimension data are eagerly aiming to continue making notable waves in the Cycle World Tour through their incredible 2017 team roster.  We strongly believe in the 2017 team and the Qhubeka foundation that is behind it. We proudly sell the team kit, manufactured by Bioracer South Africa on behalf of Oakley and distributed by BBT. For every sale made, R25 is donated to the Qhubeka foundation, so not only will you boast your team kit, but you will also be assisting in the aid of developing communities throughout Africa.

More About Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka

Team Dimension data was founding in 2007 and, in 2016, gained a WorldTour license and thus, became the first African team to do so. The Team Dimension Data boasts a Milan-Sanremo victory, numerous Tour De France and Vuelta a Espana stage wins, two Tour for Britain GC victories, and 36 National Championships. The team’s bases include, South Africa, Italy and the Netherlands. Team Dimension Data is also known as Africa’s team, as a result of their focus in aiding and developing African talent towards the world cycling stage. Read More

Every Purchase Donates R25 To Qhubeka

The Dimension Data cycling team proudly supports Qhubeka, an initiative that empowers people with the ability to have transport via bicycles. This foundation is very dependant on your help. Every purchase you make on the Bio Racer website, automatically donates R25 to those less fortunate. Your help means that Qhubeka will have the funds to provide transport to less fortunate people. Qhubeka supporters have already aided in donating over 75,000 bicycles!