Despite its checkered past, Bardiani-CSF rejoins the Movement for Credible Cycling, committing to greater transparency.
The two riders were removed from the Giro d'Italia one day before it started because of failed anti-doping controls.
The Italian team's sport director Stefano Zanatta said it's possible the squad could be kicked out of the race before it reaches Milan.
Italian Pro Continental teams Bardiani, Androni, and Wilier may have to answer to the UCI after accusations of fraud.
According to the Movement for Credible Cycling, Bardiani-CSF started the Giro with a rider who violated the voluntary organization's rules
With Italy's cycling salad days in the rearview mirror, Bardiani-CSF focuses on smart recruiting, clean competition, and aggressive tactics