Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka - Impact that matters

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Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka - ‘We ride for a cause’

Proudly sponsored by Deloitte 

Whether advancing the sport of cycling through technology innovation, providing access to education to some of the world’s poorest communities or using cycling to inspire healthier lifestyles for our people, both parties are completely aligned in delivering impact where it matters most.

The sponsorship supports Deloitte’s wider global technology alliance with Dimension Data, a global technology and solutions provider.

Our sponsorship of Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka, the first African-based professional cycling team to reach UCI World Tour status, supports all the benefits of cycling – freedom, empowerment, development and wellness. We believe it’s a good fit because cycling, like consulting, is about passion, commitment, and teamwork.

Santos Tour Down Under race

Earlier this year we supported Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka at Santos Tour Down Under 13-21 January in Adelaide. 

Keep track of the team throughout the year as they ride more than 250 race days across the globe #TDU#BicyclesChangeLives and @TeamDiData on social media. Follow how Deloitte is supporting the cause via #ImpactThatMatters and #CyclingSmarter.

If you have any queries, are interested in finding out more about our sponsorship or the Deloitte cycling community, please contact us at cycling@deloitte.com.au.

Watch our Tour Down Under Experience 2018

About Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka

Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka is the first African-based professional cycling team to reach UCI World Tour status. The team draws strength from a diverse group of 27 riders from 10 different countries – including Australian riders Mark Renshaw, Lachlan Morton and Ben O'Connor, as well as Mark Cavendish from the UK.

The team also rides with purpose - to assist in developing cycling on the African continent. Their goal is to give talented African riders a path into the pro peloton while raising funds for the Qhubeka charity.

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