The UCI sent a letter to teams requesting they cease using number sleeves.
The Veneto region in northeast Italy will host the first UCI worlds in October. Also, the Gree-Tour of Guangxi is canceled and RideLondon Classique put on notice.
Pat McQuaid says relegation risk is rife with pitfalls that could hurt teams and riders and perhaps even backfire in the fight against doping.
Wout van Aert says WorldTour relegation system is 'contradictory' as squeezed teams chase any points available.
Exclusive interview with the UCI president on all matters doping and the fight for clean cycling.
CPA and officials press the UCI to find a solution for the riders and unveil a blue bracelet to raise awareness.
The new jig developed in conjuction with BikeFitting.com is said to offer accuracy, reliability, and quicker testing.
UCI in discussion with teams over measures to level the financial playing field: ‘There has to be a balanced battlefield.’
While chasing back from a flat tire, Balsamo took help from her team car — and was thrown out of the race.
According to the UCI president, Paris-Roubaix owner ASO is also open to the idea of moving the cobbled classic out of its long-standing spot in April.
Dozens of female athletes sign letter to the UCI earlier this week criticizing its current policy on transgender inclusion.
Do no positive tests mean no credibility? Exclusive interview with the UCI president on what it means if the ITA isn’t catching WorldTour cheats.
There is not a formal UCI policy on defibrillators as Italian rider continues with recovery.
British Cycling calls for ‘coalition’ after last-minute decision on trans rider’s eligibility.
‘One rider was arrested and beaten. Others were visited by the Taliban. We need to raise the funds to safeguard them and try and get them out,’ said evacuation coordinator.
Team management says a sponsor search continues, but it decided to stop its racing program Sunday following UCI ban on its Russian backers.
Each team that receives a WorldTour license in 2023 ensures its future for at least three years.
Governing body confirms approval of use of dropper posts in road racing, 'subject to the minimum 5cm setback rule.'
'The UCI promptly requested information from the team and shall require updated information,' the governing body tells VeloNews.
Sports is absolutely a valid venue for sanctions against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, but the UCI’s current approach is a mess.
British Cycling is pushing for the suspension of the Russian and Belarusian Federations, management committee members, and riders.
'I am totally against this war and all my thoughts are with the Ukrainian people' says Ineos Grenadiers rider.
Who is Igor Makarov, and how deep does his influence in cycling go?
The UCI stopped short of banning Russian and Belarusian athletes from racing for trade teams.
Russian and Belarusian athletes can carry on competing as the sport's governing body takes action.
"The Olympic Movement is united in its mission to contribute to peace through sport and to unite the world in peaceful competition beyond all political disputes."
The UCI says that it 'firmly condemns the violation of international law and of Ukraine’s territorial integrity.'
Analysis: How should the UCI and the cycling community react to the Russian invasion of the Ukraine?
Russian invasion of Ukraine provoked quick indignation from many major sport governing bodies, and the UCI vows no events in Russia.
Ever been to Yuzzu Houffa or Gravel Wish One? We haven't, either.
The Flandrian worlds proved a staggering success for all involved – but things aren't always rosy for those behind rainbow jersey races.
UCI says that drone used at Gavere Superprestige race was banned as organizers had not made an application for its use.
Organizers of Superprestige Gavere trial drone footage at race Saturday only for the UCI to remove the flying camera.
There has never been a U23 women's race at the world road championships, while men have had one since 1996.
Renewed skepticism of a 'peloton at two speeds' prompts UCI's No. 2 to suggest increased intelligence and police cooperation to unmask cheaters.
The veteran MTB and 'cross legend wouldn't have had a career in cycling without the international federation.
Governing body releases new sanitary rule book with added focus on national regulation and vaccine status.
Rather than trying to become a brand, the UCI should focus more on being a good governing body.
The UCI banned the kit after four teams submitted similar orange and purple designs, despite the team being the first to submit its color scheme.
Despite having the same design for 2021, the UCI forced the Andy Schleck women's team to change its jersey for 2022.
Latest spike in the omicron variant is casting a chill on the peloton just when many hoped the 2022 season could return to normal.
France's national elections are pushing back the 'Hell of the North' by an extra week in 2022 — how much of a difference will it make on race day? We asked the pros.
Pros with experience of groundbreaking tech weigh in on how it could change racing and training forever – and if that's a good thing.
The Secret Pro has had enough of the 'lip-service' approach to safety and wants actual change.
UCI pushes innovation to the forefront as it looks to promote the long-overlooked CX discipline.
The UCI currently forbids the use of continuous glucose monitors in competition. Insiders are pushing back on the ban – is that a good or bad thing?
UCI: “Scratch our back and we’ll scratch yours.”
Part 1: The men's and women's WorldTour endured a world pandemic, but will the sport ever be the same?
In an exclusive interview with VeloNews, ISN owner Sylvan Adams recounts the 'cloak and dagger' rescue operation and explains why he wanted to help.
Germany won the women's team sprint while the Dutch won its fourth straight title in men's sprint in the first day of racing in Roubaix.
An industrial drone company based in Spain will back the Italian team for the next four seasons.
Top women's league will grow to 14, while Peter Sagan will have to earn his ticket to the Tour de France in 2022.
Backers are hoping inaugural five-round series will pump new energy into track cycling.
Israel Start-Up Nation owner Sylvan Adams and UCI played key roles in helping young female Afghan cyclists escape the clutches of the Taliban.
The UCI, Israel Start-Up Nation co-owner Sylvan Adams, and others worked together to help evacuate people from Afghanistan.
African-registered team still looking secure its sponsors for 2022, but UCI deadlines force them to release riders from contracts.
The peloton lacks development, and a U23 race would help close the gap between juniors and elites.
David Lappartient was re-elected to a four-year term as UCI president during the UCI Congress while junior and U23 riders endured endless crashes.
Worlds notebook: Behind the UCI’s stunning gravel announcement, and four more years for David Lappartient
The world championships provide the dramatic backdrop to release decisions often made behind closed doors months before.
A UCI-sanctioned gravel racing circuit and world championship event are coming next year.
Elite racers like Lauren Stephens, Ian Boswell and race organizers like Amy Charity, Kimo Seymour, and Amanda Nauman weigh in on UCI's involvement in gravel.
COVID-19 rules to stay in place until February, and UCI orders more studies on use of ketones.
The booming gravel discipline will see its first UCI-sanctioned race series and rainbow jersey next season.
If the UCI decides this week to award the 2025 World Championships to Rwanda, will it constitute a bold step forward in cycling’s internationalization, finally putting sub-Saharan Africa squarely in the sport’s limelight, or will it be a turn towards sportswashing?
VN news ticker: Álvaro Hodeg delivers Tour of Slovakia stage 1 win, Michael Valgren extends with EF Education-Nippo
Here's the news making headlines on Thursday, September 16.
Despite rumors of illicit motorized assistance at the Tour de France, riders say it's highly unlikely.
Swiss newspaper cites unnamed riders in the peloton saying that rear hubs from several top teams are making 'strange noises' and raised the specter of 'motor-doping'
New detection methods for 'technological fraud' will be rolled out at the Tokyo Olympic Games for track, road and mountain bike disciplines.
The Frenchman's re-election is now a formality.
Marc Bracke was previously found guilty of violating the UCI Code of Ethics after two riders accused him of sexual harassment.
The UCI's statement on Jan-Willem Van Schip's disqualification paints a very different story to that of Beat Cycling's.