A "60 Minutes" report into mechanical doping claims a dozen riders had hidden motors in their bikes at the 2015 Tour de France.
This year's Tour kicks off July 1 in Dusseldorf, Germany.
La Méditerranéenne, a four-day French stage race held since 1974, has been cancelled for 2017, due to a lack of security forces.
Reigning world champion Wout Van Aert became the Belgian champion for the second year in a row while Sanne Cant makes it eight straight.
Chris Froome says he decided not to take at TUE drug during the 2015 Tour de France due to his objections on moral grounds.
Spanish cyclist Alberto Contador (Trek-Segafredo) is sure, at 34, he is "still able to win" the Tour de France, which he won twice in 2007 and 2009.
Shane Sutton spoke with British officials Monday about the delivery Wiggins received at the 2011 Critérium du Dauphiné.
British Sports minister Tracey Crouch says Sky's Dave Brailsford faces "important questions" about a package currently under investigation.
Thibaut Pinot, 26, finished third in the 2014 Tour de France but has never raced the Giro.
The 26-year-old Italian and 2015 Vuelta champion will captain the squad next year.
Katusha-Alpecin reveals goals for team leaders Alexander Kristoff, Ilnur Zakarin and new signee Tony Martin for the upcoming season.
Five-time Olympic champion Bradley Wiggins has to clear up question marks remaining over why he was granted TUEs, Chris Froome says.
The Sky principal is expected to answer questions from the Culture, Media and Sport select committee.
Dutchwoman Thalita de Jong and Belgian Toon Aerts claim European cyclocross titles Sunday in Pontchâteau, France
Following internal investigation, British Cycling confirms that former technical director Shane Sutton made sexist remarks to athlete.
The TUE scandal has enveloped British Cycling, with questions around Bradley Wiggins's use of otherwise banned drugs before big races.
Ian Drake will resign next April, saying it's time for someone else to lead the organization for the next Olympiad.