With the fourth stage in Gabon, the time of the sprinter was interrupted and it was about the overall standings on a topographically demanding stage from Ndjolé to Mitzic 182km.
The past season was the most successful so far for Team BIKE AID. After the great joy, the question comes, is it possible to build on it? And then that happens ...
The clothing manufacturer SANTIC Sports from China is the new clothing partner of BIKE AID since the 2018 season and will provide strategic support to the professional team from Germany.
The 22-year-old Eritrean Meron Abraham will join the German team from 2018 season as a promising, perspective sprint talent. Abraham is current national champion of his country Eritrea.
BIKE AID signs 19-year-old Charles Kagimu from Uganda, who is coming through “Kenyan Riders” program, from 2018 on.
At the end of this year’s Tour du Rwanda, Kenyan rider Suleiman Kangangi reched a great 3rd place in the general classification. A very special success.
Eritrean rider Metkel Eyob won today's penultimate stage at Tour du Rwanda in front of enthusiastic crowds at Wall of Kigali. Kangangi defends 3rd overall.
The Swiss rider Simon Pellaud won today's stage at Tour du Rwanda and took the overall lead. BIKE AID rider Suleiman Kangangi form Kenya finished in 4th place!
Kenyan Suleiman Kangangi finished today's first stage of Tour of Rwanda with a good 6th place. Salim Kipkemboi also Top 10 with 9th place.
From tomorrow on, German team BIKE AID is at the start of Tour du Rwanda that starts with a prologue in its capital Kigali and lead over 7 tough stages.