The way in which the UCI calculates points for pro teams is complicated, but recent changes have made it more transparent
Former French sports minister says IOC, FIFA, Verbruggen pressured to ease doping law for Olympics, World Cup
American cycling benefactor says that without large-scale change to the way cycling does business, he and others will leave
French anti-doping agency AFLD will lead the doping controls at international bike races, including the Tour de France
"I don't want that another team has to go through what we've been through," says the world No. 1
Now that CAS has weighed in on Katusha's behalf the sport awaits UCI's decision
Aussie blood doping expert says UCI derelict in its clean sporting duties if it did not put Armstrong's passport out for expert review
UCI volleys back at Michael Ashenden, claiming that Armstrong's samples after May 2009 did not draw red flags from passport software
UCI president outlines its 2013 stakeholder process to "give cycling momentum"
Aussie blood expert says he did not review Armstrong's passport files after May 2009
Joaquim Rodríguez says he is focused on the classics and may stick it out with Katusha if CAS rules against the Russian squad this week
Source says that UCI's release of Armstrong bio passport review information is limited to avoid 2009 Tour red flags
Management Committee votes to extend glucocorticosteroid racing break from 48 hours to eight days
UCI claims Ashenden reviewed and approved Armstrong's 2009 bio passport, which he has said was indicative of blood doping
High sporting court will rule on Russian squad's licensing case next week
Blood doping expert says Pat McQuaid was misleading in a recent VeloNews interview
The UCI president talks with VeloNews about independent drug testing, culture change, running for reelection, and Hein Verbruggen
In an exclusive interview, UCI president Pat McQuaid discusses anti-doping efforts, his controversial presidency, Armstrong, and more
Mechanics lament change, but agree with commissaires that the move is safety-minded and fair
The world governing body says some riders were tested less often because they had established blood profiles
Former UCI doping expert says governing body cut back on testing in 2010, despite public comments to the contrary
McQuaid publishes private e-mails after WADA president lashes out over its announcement on Monday of an amnesty partnership
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Governing body pledges to pursue truth and reconciliation after weekend discussions with WADA
Unearthing crime and corruption is all well and good, pros agree, but when does the sport stop digging?
The Independent Commission set up to review the UCI's treatment of Lance Armstrong pushes back against calls to close it
Verbruggen warned riders of suspicious blood values in cases where evidence lacked to open proceedings
The procedural hearing is rescheduled for Friday in London
Skins chairman and Change Cycling Now backer Jaimie Fuller says the UCI review panel could resign if it continues to be limited
We run through the key questions Armstrong addressed — or didn't — in the first portion of his confessional with Oprah Winfrey
Vaughters urges Armstrong to follow through on indication that he would testify to anti-doping authorities
Worlds Anti-Doping Agency chief pushes back at the UCI, calls review process "useless"
Governing body cites IOC pressure, WADA Code in decision to outlaw amnesty program in review
An IOC spokesperson says it is unlikely, given the UCI's recent anti-doping actions, that cycling will miss the Rio 2016 Games
The sport deserves better than the UCI is giving it through its restrictive review rules
The UCI's independent review panel as spoken out in opposition to the body, siding with WADA and USADA in outlining its terms
USADA's Tygart fears UCI has "has blindfolded and handcuffed" its so-called independent commission
Rules, liability questions and who's really growing the sport have USA Cycling and the Oregon Bicycle Racing Association at odds
The sole exception will be the road team time trial, underwritten by a contribution from the UCI WorldTour’s reserve and solidarity fund
Once a major force across Europe, Spanish cycling is a shadow of its former glorious self in the 1980s and 1990s.
Russian team boss speaks at bitter team presentation
Four women's teams among the 15 UCI registered squads announced by USA Cycling on Wednesday
The UCI points toward string of doping positives, Kolobnev's alleged 2010 Liège deal and the appointment of Ekimov
WADA chief John Fahey and Change Cycling Now backer Jaimie Fuller express concern over independence of UCI's 'independent commission'
UCI president says the Change Cycling Now group is irrelevant and asks what LeMond has done for cycling in 25 years
The UCI initially demanded $3.24 million from Contador over his clenbuterol case and the two settled this week at CAS
The Chicago Tribune reports that the UCI has officially stripped Armstrong of his Tour titles
The UCI confirmed discussions with Omega Pharma owner Zdenek Bakala that would promote elements of a new pro road racing calendar
Cycling has a manifesto, a movement and a 'Charter of the Willing,' but appears set to start 2013 without much change
The UCI charges its independent review group with a long list of considerations in its evaluation of the federation's doping stance
Work at the UCI's South African center is paying off with results and contracts for riders from the continent
USADA's success in the Armstrong Affair shows that "we can achieve outcomes," said WADA's Fahey. "We can bring things through to a point where these cheats are exposed."
Dick Pound says the revelations from the Armstrong Affair are also "immensely embarrassing" to the UCI, which ostensibly is in charge of cycling
The UCI and WADA will meet this weekend in Montreal to address the Armstrong Affair
An expert on sports doping living in Austin wants to help guide cycling's future and it’s not the guy who raced a bike for a living
The UCI Athletes' Commission met Monday through Wednesday in Switzerland to make proposals for improving the sport
UCI president announces new anti-doping hotline, says John Coates has offered recommendations for review commission panel
The UCI is reconsidering on-bike GPS and camera systems for 2013; the technical approval sticker program expands to forks as well
Skins' chariman Jaime Fuller says his company's suit against the UCI is an effort to force change in the UCI and in the sport as a whole
Giro boss Michele Acquarone says he is ready to discuss Omega Pharma-Quick Step owner Zdenek Bakala's idea for a cycling league with the UCI
The UCI has signed a memorandum of understanding with investors and plans "extensive dialogue with the teams and race organizers. ..."
Carron has been central to the UCI's equipment approval program