Team Dimension Data believes that bicycles change lives. That’s why we’re working to give talented African riders a path to the pro peloton while mobilizing people with bicycles through Qhubeka, World Bicycle Relief’s South African program.

We invite you to change lives with us today.

Help us reach the finish-line for African students:

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How Do Bicycles Change Lives?

With bicycles, the time spent going to school is reduced by up to 75%.

How Do Bicycles Change Lives?

With bicycles, student attendance increases by up to 28% and academic performance up to 59%.

How Do Bicycles Change Lives?

Bicycles for learners reduce travel time, improve educational outcomes and help communities thrive.

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Songezo Jim

“Join with us and show the world that bicycles change lives! Help Team Dimension Data reach our goal to provide 5,000 bicycles to African students so they can access education and follow their dreams.”

- Songezo Jim, Team Dimension Data

WORLD BICYCLE RELIEF is a global non-profit organization dedicated to advancing education, health and economic opportunities by providing simple, sustainable transportation. Since World Bicycle Relief’s founding in 2005, it has delivered more than 275,000 bicycles to people in need.
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QHUBEKA is World Bicycle Relief’s program in South Africa. Qhubeka is an Nguni word that means “to carry on” or “to move forward.” Qhubeka helps people move forward and progress by giving bicycles in return for work done to improve communities, the environment or academic results.
Qhubeka (World Bicycle Relief South Africa)
Team Dimension Data is a Professional Continental cycling team based in South Africa and are Africa’s first ever UCI registered Professional Continental cycling team. Team Dimension Data is raising awareness and funding for the Qhubeka program.
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