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 COVID-19 pandemic has not altered the timeline for the UCI's anti-doping program management transition on January 1, 2021
AIGCP outlines in a letter several requests to the UCI, including the ability for struggling teams to adjust rider contracts.
Priority to be given to the three grand tours and the monuments, once racing resumes.
Group representing most of the top teams comes out swinging with a strong rebuke of what it says is the cycling governing body's lack of transparency, conflict of interest
All 18 WorldTour teams will boycott the UCI's team time trial world championships due to grievances over required participation and expanded calendar.
UCI reforms hit roadblock as the AIGCP teams group announces its disagreement with expanded WorldTour schedule, required participation.
Eleven WorldTour teams have come together to form a new commercial venture, Velon, aimed at stabilizing the business of professional cycling
Cycling has a manifesto, a movement and a 'Charter of the Willing,' but appears set to start 2013 without much change
Management committee's emergency meeting must appease the teams' and riders' concerns over the direction of the sport
Jonathan Vaughters says a deal reached between riders and teams to increase minimum rider salaries for 2013 is a step toward collaboration
World cycling chiefs confirmed Saturday that the 18 WorldTour leading teams will compete at the inaugural Tour of Beijing in October after a "truce" had been called amid threat of a boycott.
The professional team’s association on Friday continued the public debate with the UCI over enforcement of a rule requiring saddles to be horizontal.
Teams' association press release on UCI saddle inspection