As a CPA representative, Adam Hansen is caught in the crossfire between riders who want to race in the extreme heat and those who do not.
The pro cyclists association, the CPA, threatens legal action against UCI over its continued permissive stance toward disc brakes.
The North American riders' association says race organizers aren't addressing true safety concerns with roster reduction plans.
According to preliminary results from a survey conducted by the riders association, 40 percent of pros don't want disc brakes in the
The professional riders union is expanding its membership base which could lead to a sea change in how it pushes for reform and change.
A true riders' union could upend cycling's power structure, writes Andrew Hood.
The CPA riders union is taking the middle ground in the spat between cycling's governing body and the sport's biggest race organizer.
Pro riders' union expresses its concern about disc brakes in the pro peloton, says it wasn't included in decision-making.
The Outer Line suggests a stronger, more influential riders' union may actually be the first, most important step to improving pro cycling.
The UCI will test a new extreme weather protocol at the Giro d’Italia, a race infamous for bad weather in the high mountains