#EWNOnTour: Two journo's serious about cycling

Morena Mothupi and Thomas Holder are on tour with Team MTN-Qhubeka powered by Samsung - where they're experiencing the excitement of following the Tour de France bandwagon as it rolls through France!

After a hectic first two days at the Tour de France, the pace has only gotten faster for the #EWNonTour journalists. Finally, they have managed to catch up with the Team MTN-Qhubeka bus! Hear Morena's midweek reflections on the race - and his experience of being on the road with the team!

We've kept a close eye on Thomas' Instagram feed to see what he's getting up to when not filing reports and mutlimedia content. It seems that the #EWNOnTour duo are captivated with the cycling action... but also other things.

Check out their experience below:

#SteveCummings makes his way to the start of stage 16 in Bourg de Peage. #EWNOnTour

A young French fan waves his flag at the Start of stage 16 in Bourg de Peage, France. #EWNOnTour

The team met the first South African #Qhubeka fans on tour yesterday - this is @zeldamgillis. #EWNOnTour

#Teklahaimonot makes his way to the start of stage 16 in Bourg de France. Can Team MTN-Qhubeka take this stage as well? #EWNOnTour

No sign of anxiety before leg 16 kicked off from Bourg de Peage in France, Team MTN-#Qhubeka pictured here makinglast minute checks and relax before the stage. #EWNOnTour

Cycling is taken pretty seriously in Europe, even by the youngest fans! This young #French boy waited for hours to get autographs from his favourite riders.

Read more about the Tour de France - and Team MTN-Qhubeka performance - visit the special EWN portal powered by Samsung.

For more photos on the duo's Tour de France experience, follow Thomas Holder @ishootwhatilike on Instagram and @EWNSport on Twitter for updates on the race.


This article first appeared on 702 : #EWNOnTour: Two journo's serious about cycling


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