Introducing Team Qhubeka Nexthash

Introducing Team Qhubeka Nexthash

24 June 2021

Team Qhubeka NextHash, Africa’s UCI WorldTour team, will be presented to the international sporting world for the first time, tonight, as the team takes to the stage for the 108th Tour de France in Brest, France.

The multi-year agreement shows an alignment of our respective core values; for NextHash it is about people, relationships and reputation and for Team Qhubeka we are about people, purpose and performance.

NextHash is a global entity comprised of several units that combine the traditional financial industry with brand new digital class assets, by harnessing the power of blockchain technology.

NextHash aim to make the digital, crypto and financial world accessible to all perfectly aligns with our team’s mission to provide a platform and an opportunity to those in need everywhere.

The current rapid evolution of the digital financial industry is extremely exciting. As a team that has always embraced the power & potential of technology, we are delighted to begin this journey with NextHash. Together we look forward to creating a market place for cycling in the digital medium based on shared value.

Douglas Ryder, Team Principal

I am incredibly happy to welcome NextHash , our official cryptocurrency and blockchain partner, into our family of partnerships and into our team name for the remainder of 2021.

The whole sports industry is moving towards a digital universe and this long term partnership will help us innovate and develop new and interactive approaches to engage with our fans.

We look forward to being ahead of the curve with the latest technologies to offer our fan community new experiences.

Ana Bencic, CEO NextHash

NextHash is delighted to be partnering with Team Qhubeka to create ‘Team Qhubeka NextHash’ – competing at the highest level of professional cycling, the UCI WorldTour.

As well as being a world class cycling team, Team Qhubeka NextHash has at its heart a social purpose that chimes perfectly with our own business. Using technology to enable communities is central to our mission at NextHash – we believe in making the digital, crypto and financial world accessible to all, across geographic and social boundaries

NextHash will work hand in hand with Team Qhubeka to socially and environmentally responsibly bring our products and services to a huge new audience through this amazing global sport and team.

I look forward to our teams working together to build future successes, on and off the road, and take this opportunity to wish our riders every success at the 2021 Tour de France.



NextHash brings a new class of digital assets and securities to the financial industry, utilising the power of blockchain technology. Operating several brands, NextHash has built a state-of-the-art platform for easy access crypto trading to users, investors, clients and newcomers to the digital world of security tokens. 

The NextHash Group has established a global presence – with offices in Europe, North America and Asia – to secure financial licenses in key jurisdictions, and compliance with the latest directives to address worldwide financial markets.

Cycling to the Top – Team Qhubeka ASSOS excels at 2021 Giro d’Italia

Cycling to the Top – Team Qhubeka ASSOS excels at 2021 Giro d’Italia

We are so proud to be part of Team Qhubeka ASSOS who have been on fire at the 2021 Giro d’Italia.  Max Walscheid ensured the team ended the race on a high note, as he placed 6th on the final stage.

The final stage of the Giro d’Italia saw the riders have to take on a 30km individual time trial from Senago to Milan, finishing in front of the Duomo di Milano.

Max Walscheid, continued to show his time trialing abilities are ever improving as he set a blistering time over the mostly flat course to momentarily move into the hot seat. 

After already taking 8th on the opening stage time trial, Walscheid put in another stellar performance against the clock as his time during stage 21 would be good enough for 6th place on the day.

Congratulations to this amazing team, with a special mention for Mauro Schmid, Giacomo Nizzolo and Victor Campenaerts (supported by teammates Maxwal Scheid and Lukas Zwisniowski) who took out stages 11, 13 and 15 respectively. “We cannot go alone, we’re stronger as a team together, and the spirit we have in the Giro is building up to an even greater spirit. Our mission as a team is to change lives with bicycles and the Qhubeka Charity, these successes mean that we play our part in changing the world.” – Victor Campenaerts, 2021.

Victor Campenaerts, after winning stage 15 of the Giro d’Italia, was forced to withdraw from the race due to a leg injury. The Team Qhubeka ASSOS rider experienced pain in his right knee during the cold and wet conditions on stage 16 but managed to finish in Cortina d’Ampezzo.

Following extensive treatment to a tendon problem on Monday evening and then subsequently on Tuesday’s rest day, it was decided by the team’s medical staff that he should withdraw to reduce risk of further aggravating the injury.

Campenaerts leaves the race having put in consistently impressive performances for the team culminating with his victory in Gorizia, Team Qhubeka ASSOS’ third win of the 104th Giro d’Italia.

Team Qhubeka Assos race for change and regardless of the challenges they face, they never give up. (and neither does their SolRX sunscreen #UltimateSportSunscreen).

In other Team Qhubeka ASSOS news, Nicholas Dlamini has been selected to represent Team South Africa at the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games in July. 

He will be joined by Darryl Impey, Ryan Gibbons, Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio and in the Carla Oberholzer in the road cycling discipline. Follow @SolRX_sa on social media to keep up to date as news of this exciting competition breaks.