NTT Pro Cycling is expected to continue under the name of Qhubeka, according to radsport-news.com.
Due to the sponsor problems, NTT was missing from the first list of teams that had registered with the UCI for the WorldTour. However, now Qhubeka’s registration for the 2021 WorldTour has been submitted, which means that the South African WorldTour team will continue at the highest level next year.
Qhubeka is a South African non-profit organisation dedicated to donating bicycles to people in Africa. It is part of the World Bicycle Relief charity program.
From 2011 to 2015 the team was called MTN-Qhubeka. Now that the team seems to be able to make a restart it is good news for Max Walscheid. The 27 year-old sprinter from Germany has signed a multi-year contract with Doug Ryder’s team.