Category Archives: Tour

Rwanda Cycling Cup Sponsored by SKOL to start this month

The fifth Rwanda Cycling Cup sponsored by Skol will get underway in this month starting with the domestic season opener Memorial Lambert Byemayire, The starting date was yet to be determined. Speaking to The New times on Sunday, Emmanuel Murenzi, the Rwanda Cycling Federation (Ferwacy) permanent secretary, revealed that details of the championship will be announced by end […]

Sunday cycling talent detection to join Skol Fly Cycling Club in this year

THREE CYCLISTS: Théogène Bizimana, Erneste Nyaminani and Ferdinand Sibomana wins the first test on Sunday in the ongoing cycling talent detection for the new young cyclists to join the Skol Fly Cycling Club in 2019. It was organized by the Skol-sponsored club, in collaboration with Rwanda Cycling Federation. The race was held at Special Economic Zone […]

Tour du Rwanda 2019 Stage 7: Debesay Takes Solo Victory in Penultimate Stage

Eritrean Yakob Debesay Abreham won the penultimate stage of 2019 Tour du Rwanda on Saturday, attacking with 20km and holding off the peloton to take an impressive solo victory in 2h12’35. Alessandro Fedelli (Delko Marseille Provence) and Adrien Guillonnet (Interpro Cycling Academy) completed the podium in 02H12’56. On Saturday, Debesay who finished second in the […]

Tour du Rwanda 2019 Stage 6: Perfect Birthday Gift for Polish Kasperkiewicz as he Wins Stage 6

Polish Przemyslaw Kasperkiewicz celebrated his 25th birthday in style by winning stage six of the Tour du Rwanda in Nyamata on Friday.   Kasperkiewicz of team Delko-Marseille registered his 4th success of his career as he won the 121.1km stage from Musanze to Nyamata.   With recent performances where he posted third and second in the […]

Tour du Rwanda 2019 Stage 5: Biniam Beats Areruya to Win Stage Five

Eritrean Biniam Hailu Girmay ended Rwanda’s chances of registering a stage victory as he claimed the 138.7km stage five from Karongi district to Musanze District on Thursday. With over 100km in lead, Rwandan riders led by regning African cyclist of the year Areruya Joseph of Delko-Marseille Provence, Munyaneza Didier of Benediction Excel Energie and Mugisha […]

Tour du Rwanda 2019 Stage 4: Avira Wins a Stage , Kudus Retains Yellow Jersey

Israel Cycling Academy rider Edwin Alcibiades Avila Vanegas registered his first season’s victory after claiming stage four of the 2019 Tour du Rwanda on Wednesday in Karongi district. Avila claimed stage four victory from Rubavu Disrict to Karongi over 102.6km after clocking 02h37’32” to win a bunch sprint beating Pablo Torres Muino of Interpro Cycling […]

Tour du Rwanda 2019 Stage 3: Merhawi Kudus Wins Tour du Rwanda’s Toughest, Maintains Overall Lead

Astana Pro team and Eritrea’s Merhawi Kudus made it two in a row after he won the longest stage, 213.2km third stage of the Tour du Rwanda which started in Huye District and climaxed in Rubavu District on Tuesday. The Eritrean completed the race in 05h21’15”, beating his closest rival Estonian rider Taaramae Rein of […]

Tour du Rwanda 2019 Stage 2: Kudus Wins Stage Two, Areruya Named Best Young Rider

Astana Pro team and Eritrean rider Merhawi Kudus won the second stage of the 2019 Tour du Rwanda which winded on Monday in Huye District. Kudus, the 2015 African cycling championship winner completed the 120.3km in three hours, two minutes and seventeen seconds (3h02’17) to beat Delko Marseille Provence’s Przemyslaw Kasperkiewicz by two seconds in […]

Tour du Rwanda 2019 Stage 1: Italian Alessandro Wins Opener and Takes Yellow Jersey

Debutant Italian and Team-Delko Marseille Provenance rider Fedeli Alessandro was quick to display his talent on Sunday by winning the first stage of the 2019 Tour du Rwanda in Kigali. At almost 22, Alessandro has already had a good reputation in the youth category in Italy, including two stages of the Tour of Val d’Aosta […]

Gasore Hategeka won Rwanda Cycling Cup 2018

  Gasore Hategeka has thanked his Nyabihu Cycling Club teammates for supporting him throughout the 2018 season in his bid to win this year’s Rwanda Cycling Cup title, which he achieved at Amahoro Stadium on Saturday. Just like last year, Dimension Data for Qhubeka rider Samuel Mugisha won the final race of the year-long championship after […]