Douglas Ryder carries his legacy of cycling excellence from founding Africa’s only UCI WorldTour Team to his role as General Manager of Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team with the Swiss-registered squad. He firmly believes in the Q36.5 Pro Cycling Team’s mission of “Racing the Future” which aims to use the power of the peloton to promote the impact of the sport. He has also partnered with the Qhubeka Charity, which moves people in Africa, forward, with bicycles. Qhubeka has distributed over 100,000 bikes to communities in South Africa and neighbouring countries. As a professional cyclist, he represented South Africa at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. He captained the national team from 1993 to 2002 and competed in multiple World Championships.


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