Dimension Data signs deal with Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka MTN-Qhubeka to be known as Team Dimension Data from 2016 <p>Last Updated: 25/09/15 1:59pm <p>MTN-Qhubeka will be known as Team Dimension Data from next season. <p>The South African team announced during the summer that it would lose communications company MTN as its title sponsor at the end of 2015.<p>Dimension Data had already agreed to become a sub-sponsor but will now become the lead backer next year. <p>The team will continue to support the charity Qhubeka, although its name has been dropped from the new title.<p>Team principal Doug Ryder said: "We are incredibly excited to have Dimension Data become our new title partner.<p>"It enables us to continue to support the development of African cycling and the Qhubeka charity at the highest levels in world cycling.<p>"This is the next step in our journey and we look forward to accelerating our collective ambitions through this partnership."<p>Mark Cavendish has been heavily linked with a move to Team Dimension Data over the winter.
Dimension Data partners with Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka Dimension Data, the Official Technology Partner for ASO which owns the Tour de France, today announced that it has become a MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung (MTN-Qhubeka) sponsor. Representing the African continent for the first time ever, the nine-man MTN-Qhubeka team is one of five wild-card teams invited to ride alongside the 17 World Tour cycling teams at this year’s Tour de France which starts on Saturday.