Team Rwanda supporters lift up Valens Ndayisenga celebrating the crucial victory of Tour du Rwanda 2014 title. Rwamagana born rider was the first local rider to win the race since 2009 ,the year of registration as UCI 2.2 race.
Bugesera women riders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Juniors riders

Joseph Areruya leads the sprint to cross the finish line during Stage 3

 

Cycling supporters cheer on Team Rwanda riders and Jean Bosco Nsengimana in yellow jersey as they lead the peloton in Ruhango

 

 

 

 

Ruggy seen here dispirited after finishing the final stage in ten positions, differently to what he expected after crossing more 5 laps leading the race in a solo break away

 

 

Sempoma chats with his rider Patrick Byukusenge during Farmers circuit ,one of Rwanda Cycling Cup Races

 

Beneduction club’s Jean Bosco Nsengimana (L) chats with the winner of Race to Remember Bonaventure Uwizeyimana after the race from Ruhango to Karongi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Benediction Club’s rider during Tour du Rwanda 2016. The team fully founded by Benoit and Sempoma.

 

 

THE national cycling team coach Sterling Magnell pray with Team Rwanda before the first stage from Kicukiro to Ngoma

 

 

Final stage of Tour du Rwanda 2014 attracted thousands of supporters who were orchestrating for cyclists along the laps in Kigali

 

Tour du Rwanda 2015 winner Jean Bosco Nsengimana, captured at Nyamirambo, before crossing the finishing line in 2015

 

 

Map of Rwanda with bicycle to showcase the routes of Tour du Rwanda 2015

 

 

Minister for Sports and Culture Joseph Habineza joined Team Rwanda to celebrate the victory

 

 

Team Rwanda riders, Jean Bosco Nsengimana, Valens Ndayisenga the Yellow jersey holder and Joseph Biziyaremye captured here leading the peloton during the last stage of Tour du Rwanda 2014 in Kigali

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are ready to do all our best in Tour du Rwanda 2016

 

 

 

 

 

Race to Remember took place on Saturday 14 May 2016, from Nemba border post in Bugesera to Amahoro National Stadium in Kigali, a total of 125,3km, on the second day of the Rwanda Cycling Cup.
The riders made six laps (Kimironko, Nyarutarama, Kibagabaga and Amahoro Stadium),

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Local riders in some 20 km from Musanze, captured here having an accident that involved Mathieu Twizerane of Cycling Club for All and Uwiduhaye of Benediction Club during Rwanda Cycling Cup 2018, A 120,7 Km race dubbed “Kivu Race” from Musanze to Rubavu on Saturday 6th October 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jean Bosco Nsengimana with Team Rwanda riders hold the message to thank the president who gave them bicycles that facilitated them to win Tour du Rwanda 2015

 

 

Rwandan riders share ideas before the race in Musanze.

 

 

Pupils turned up to support riders in Gakenke District during the stage 4 of Tour du Rwanda 2017

 

 

 

Rwanda Defense Forces cheer on riders as they ride from Musanze to Nyamata during Tour du Rwanda 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dimension Data for Qhubeka rider Samuel Mugisha won the final race of 2017’s Rwanda Cycling Cup Gatuna to Kigali, covering 108.4km on Saturday after clocking 2h38’57”.The 19-years old Mugisha also won the race to prepare Tour du Rwanda, from Nyanza to Rubavu, on October, 21.

 

 

 

 

 

First Rwandan who joined continental team Adrien Niyonshuti.He is among best riders that Rwanda has had .

 

 

 

 

 

Cycling spectators captured in Nyabihu District holding posts of Team Rwanda riders as they compared them to Jaguar and tiger

 

 

Mur de Nyanza , where hundreds of cycling lovers turn up to watch Day 2 of Tour du Rwanda 2017

 

 

 

 

Dimension Data rider Samuel Mugisha looks at cycling supporter standing

A crowded peloton climb Gasoro in Nyanza District in 2017

 

In Muhanga city center , we captured cycling supporters board all places possible to better watch the riders during stage 2 from Nyanza to Rubavu , a 182 km race

 

Simon-Pellaud–captured-here-in-Muhanga-tries-to–change-some-inner-clothes-,-as-it-was-hot

 

 

A peloton in Kigali during Tour du Rwanda 2017

 

 

Prime Minister Ngirente congratulates Tour du Rwanda2017 winner Joseph Areruya during the closing event of the Tour

 

 

A crowd of cycling lovers pose on the bridge to better watch the tour during the 4th stage

 

 

Former Team Rwanda head coach Jock Boyer and the current coach Sterling Magnell with some local riders celebrate the victory of Areruya Joseph

 

(L-R) Prime Minister Eduard Ngirente, State Minister in MININFRA Uwihanganye and FERWACY Boss share a smile during the closing ceremony of Tour du Rwanda on Sunday

 

The back angle of the race shows how cycling spectators line up on the streets to watch how the tour looks alike.

 

 

Three women captured in Kabuga ka Musha try to take some photos of the tour

 

 

Benediction Club’s rider Jean Bosco Nsengimana with his coach Sempoma

 

 

Rwandan riders Joseph Areruya and Samuel Mugisha share some ideas before flag off stage 2 of Tour du Rwanda2017  a 120 km stage from Nyanza to Rubavu.

 

 

 Legends Nathan Byukusenge and Abraham Ruhumuriza pose for a photo before starting Tour du Rwanda 2016 ‘s stage 2 from Kigali to Huye.

 

The 20 year old Mugisha speaks to the media after crossing the finish line during the race to prepare Tour du Rwanda 2017. He won the 120 km race , that started from Nyanza to Rubavu

 

 

Dimension Data riders join Valens Ndayisenga to the stage celebrating the crucial victory of Tour du Rwanda 2016

 

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