The UCI says it will cut team sizes at the Tour de France and other grand tours in 2018. It says one fewer rider per team will improve
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) is the international governing body for the sport of cycling, based in Switzerland. It oversees world championships for road, mountain bike, track, and cyclocross disciplines, sanctions all major international competitions, and tabulates points rankings for the disciplines throughout the season, among other responsibilities.
Brian Cookson is the UCI’s current president, and he has tried to usher in a new era of transparency after presidents Pat McQuaid and Hein Verbruggen who were sometimes under fire for alleged corruption or cover-ups.
In one form or another, the organization has existed since 1900.
UCI vice president David Lappartient announced Tuesday that he will run for president of the UCI. Lappartient, who serves as president of
The longtime UCI president served at the top of the UCI between 1991 and 2005.
With an eye to safety, the UCI rolls out more comprehensive training for race staffers who drive vehicles in the caravan.
The UCI is issuing far less TUEs than it did before, now that president Brian Cookson has put tighter restrictions in place.
A television motorcycle is benched for a day at Tour of Oman in keeping with the UCI's new, stricter rules for race vehicles.
BMC Racing boss Jim Ochowicz says that although the new UCI points rules are simpler, they will burden the peloton's domestiques too much.
We were pretty confused by the UCI's systems for WorldTour and World Rankings. Fortunately, they have been simplified. Allow us to explain.
The four Middle Eastern races will be strung together in 2017 for the "gulf swing."
Giro d'Italia director Mauro Vegni denies reports that race organizers have backed down on plans to cut team sizes for 2017 races.