Jan-Willem van Schip ejected by UCI after his Speeco Aero Breakaway bars ruled to break 'forearms on bars' ban.
Here's what to watch in men's and women's pro cycling this week.
10-day Giro Rosa returns to the lineup, as well as a six-day Battle of the North.
Remember all that talk of Ineos wheels in the time trial? Well the UCI didn't like them and have moved to ban the end caps on the Aerocoach wheels.
One of the innovators of the now-banned 'super tuck' position crashes in bizarre, over-the-bars mishap.
From Joe Dombrowski's historic win, to Remco Evenepoel's roving media scrum, Andrew Hood examines the Giro's storylines.
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The UCI and WADA presidents had tense e-mail exchanges over the case.
Soigneurs have become janitors, fans now crowd together to chase water bottles, and everyone is grumpy about the 'super tuck' ban.
Race jury disqualifies Richard Carapaz for using banned 'super-tuck' position during Sunday's Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
VN news ticker: La Course to start a day earlier, former Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman appeals ban
Here's what's making headlines on Thursday, April 22.
'What's the deal with that photo finish?', and other important questions.
Race organizer Flanders Classics is considering restricting entry to litter zones if they become unsafe as fans try to get bottles from riders.
Here's what's making headlines on Thursday, April 15.
Changes come in wake of outcry following disqualification of Michael Schär at the Tour of Flanders for throwing bottle.
Kiwi climber rails against governing body's strict new rules after his own memorable moments giving and receiving bottles at bike races.
The European Track Cycling Championships are set to be held in Belarus, despite sanctions from the IOC and human rights concerns.
VN news ticker: Classic Grand Besançon and the Tour du Jura postponed, UCI condemns racist abuse of Nacer Bouhanni
Here's what's making the headlines on Wednesday, April 7.
The ability to give bottles to fans makes cycling special, pros argue.
The UCI ejected Michael Schär from the Tour of Flanders for throwing a bottle. Is this overreach or the right call?
Is cycling shooting itself in the foot with its new rules against tossing water bottles, or doing the right thing? We look at both sides of the debate.
Bracke was found guilty of violating the UCI Code of Ethics in October.
Old habits prove hard to change for pros as UCI commissaires eject Michael Schär for illegal bottle toss.
Supertucks, hugs, and now victory celebrations?
Dwars door Vlaanderen will be the last time riders can legally use controversial descending position.
VN news ticker: Team USA rides to four wins at American Continental Championships, Bora-Hansgrohe boss confirms talks with Peter Sagan
Here's what's making headlines on Tuesday, March 30.
The Disciplinary Commission is now tasked with determining Bouhanni's punishment.
Jake Stewart calls out Frenchman for wayward move that overshadowed Elia Viviani's victory.
UCI updates 2021 race calendar with new dates for Volta ao Algarve, Women’s Tour, Ronde van Drenthe, and Ruta del Sol
New calendar dates awarded to UCI WorldTour events seeking to be on the current year's calendar.
The young Briton was lucky to avoid serious injury.
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Dr. Xavier Bigard, the UCI's medical officer, believes the general public could return to bike races over the summer.
Former world champion urges colleagues to become more involved, while Wellens admits he will miss TT position in breakaways.
During stage races the UCI will dock a rider 30 seconds for a first offense and two minutes for a second. A third offense brings expulsion.
The former team manager will not be allowed to work in cycling until the end of December 2022.
The UCI Disciplinary Commission has levied a nearly three-year ban on the Belgian director Patrick Van Gansen.
Several riders were angered by the presence of unmarked obstacles in the chaotic finale at Thursday's stage of the Tour de la Provence.
Most pros are OK with the ban but see more meaningful ways to make the sport safer - and more equitable.
Pro cyclists react on social media to forthcoming body-positions rules.
First the super tuck, and now the popular breakaway position get the ax from the UCI, starting April 1.
The UCI plans to phase out the controversial — if unquestionably popular — descending position. We debate the merits of the 'super tuck.'
The UCI approved new rules that officials believe will make race finish lines safer, six months after a crash at the Tour of Poland called into question the overall safety of sprint finishes.
A wider reach on the ban on glucocorticoids will begin in 2022.
Despite some short-term hiccups, UCI president hopeful 2021 racing season will not require major rescheduling.
The partnership between the Japanese component giant and the governing body for cycling first started in 1999.
Still no word from key stakeholders as more races forced to postpone or cancel events.
MPCC cautions that fewer controls due to COVID complications could be factor in drop in doping cases in 2020.
The 2021 Track Worlds host will offer free COVID-19 vaccines to all athletes – despite denying the existence of COVID in the country.
Olympic charter mandating Winter Olympic sports are held on snow or ice continues to put stopper on negotiations.
Flobikes will be the exclusive online streaming partner for UCI championship events for 2021-2024.
Teams will be permitted to expand to 32 for next year, dropping to 31 for 2022, and then back to 30 in 2023.
Paris Games to host equal numbers of male and female cyclists in 2024, with 90 athletes from each sex participating in road events.
The South African will race in the first ever UCI eSports world champs on Zwift next week, but she's already committed to the platform for the long run.
PYSO, ep. 81: UCI innovation manager Michael Rogers on progress, holistic understanding, and regulation
The race veteran, now innovation manager at the UCI, is excited about virtual cycling and studying the ever-developing technology of bike racing.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has not altered the timeline for the UCI's anti-doping program management transition on January 1, 2021
Ex-pro Gianni Bugno defends CPA against renegade group creating a rival rider association.
Only a handful of diagnosed cases and cancelations were part of cycling's COVID calendar.
There are 8 women’s teams and 18 men’s teams wishing respectively to renew their UCI Women’s WorldTeam and UCI WorldTeam status, and 19 men’s teams applying for registration as a UCI ProTeam in 2021.
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Having all riders on the same the power-measurement devices should level the playing field for the December 9 race.
Riders, agents and others working to create splinter group to form new union.
Riders and teams were unsure if Friday's sharp finish would be classified as a sprinter stage or as a hilltop finale.
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The UCI has determined that Belgian director Marc Bracke engaged in harassment after two formal complaints were filed against him by separate female riders.
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The UCI's decision to reopen rider rankings amid the COVID-19 pandemic has generated pushback from riders.
UCI president backs rider's union from efforts to change voting bylaws within the group.