Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka:
Bicycles funded 3674
Goal 5000
73% of our Goal
Dimension Data Employees:
Bicycles funded 390
Goal 1000
39% of Goal

Mobilising more people with bicycles in South Africa is one simple, but powerful way we can change lives – and it’s an initiative Dimension Data employees across the globe have put their hearts into.

Marilyn Chaplin, People & Culture Executive

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Every part helps us build a bike.
Every part helps to change a life.



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From the moment I turned professional I was winning and I had the pressure to win. Now it’s something more than just winning, more than just being a moving billboard. We ride for a cause; we ride for the Qhubeka charity… It's close to every rider’s heart on the team.

Mark Cavendish

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Start your own fundraising campaign and ride, run or bake for bicycle parts to help Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka change 5,000 lives with bicycles.

How our

Dimension Data partners with Qhubeka to put more people on bicycles. As title partner to Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka, we’ve working with the team owners to align our Heads, Hearts and Hands programme with the world of pro-cycling. We adopted Qhubeka as our global charity – the first time in our history that employees across all our regions worked together to support one charity to change lives.
We believe #bicycleschangelives and are committed to accelerating the ambitions of Qhubeka.

Every bicycle you fund helps Qhubeka move people and communities forward.
Through your support, Qhubeka uses bicycles to connect families to schools, clinics and jobs. That’s why Qhubeka’s name is an Nguni word that means “to progress”, “to move forward” – because bicycles help people to travel faster and further, be fitter and access more options, including healthcare and educational facilities and job opportunitIies.
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Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka was founded in 2007, steadily working its way up from a regional team to now being a World Tour team with bases in South Africa and Italy. It’s also known as Africa’s Team due to its focus on helping African talents to the world stage of cycling. The team races to raise funds for the Qhubeka Charity, to change lives with bicycles in Africa.
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