Ndayisenga goes down fighting in Tour of Rwanda title defence

Valens Ndayisenga (Rwanda)

Valens Ndayisenga (Rwanda) (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)

In 2016, Valens Ndayisenga stamped his authority on the Tour of Rwanda by winning the penultimate stage and cementing his second overall victory. 12-months on from his storming ride up the 'Wall of Kigali', a 500-metre pavé climb with pitches of 18 per cent, the Tirol rider could only watch on as his former team, Dimension Data for Qhubeka, blew the race to pieces to virtually seal the 2017 edition on stage 6.

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