South Africa's Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka is looking forward to being in action once again in Limburg, Netherlands this weekend.
The cycling team made its debut appearance in the Hammer Series two weeks ago and racing will take place over three days, from Friday to Sunday.
Once again there are three disciplines the teams will need to battle it out over, the climb, the sprint and the chase.
From the Stavanger event, only Rasmus Tiller will be a repeat starter for Team Dimension Data and he believes that they will be more competitive in the climb and sprint.
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“The Hammer Stavanger was a bit of a baptism by fire for us and it was surprising how hard the racing was," Tiller said.
"There is a lot we can take from that event, into Hammer Limburg this weekend.
"In the chase event I think our team put together a decent ride so we will hope to do that again, but learning from two weeks ago," he added.
"I believe we can now be more competitive in the climb and sprint this weekend, which will set us up for a better overall result.”