Tour de France great Mark Cavendish says his decision to sign with South Africa-based Continental cycling team MTN-Qhubeka (to be renamed Team Dimension Data) was a no-brainer for him.
I see the forward trajectory of the team. It has got incredible roots and an incredible story. I see it becoming the biggest team in professional cycling in a few years.— Mark Cavendish, professional racing cyclist,
30-year-old Cavendish shared his childhood journey with cycling, and revealed a bit of his itinerary and training regiment while he and his teammates train in Cape Town for next season.
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Cavendish, along with professional cycling colleagues Mark Renshaw and Bernhard Eisel, will join team principal, Doug Ryder to take the team forward into the 2016 season.