Keep a watch out for the team representing Africa at this year's Tour de France

Three South African cyclists make their Tour de France debut later today. African champion, Louis Meintjes, South African champion, Jacques Janse van Rensburg, and Reinardt Janse van Rensburg join nine other riders in Team MTN-Qhubeka powered by Samsung to do battle over 21 stages - covering over 3000kms. They are:

Edvald Boasson Hagen [Norway – profile] Steve Cummings [Great Britain – profile] Tyler Farrar [USA – profile] Jacques Janse van Rensburg [South Africa – profile] Reinardt Janse van Rensburg [South Africa – profile] Merhawi Kudus [Eritrea – profile] Louis Meintjes [South Africa – profile] Serge Pauwels [Belgium – profile] Daniel Teklehaimanot [Eritrea – profile]

KFM's Ryan o' Connor chatted to team principal Doug Ryder ahead of the start...

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