The move will align cycling with a growing international anti-doping community, but some wonder if it could backfire.
Gravel riders and race promoters are wary, if somewhat curious, of UCI boss David Lappartient's comments that the governing body may hold a gravel world championships.
UCI president David Lappartient says controversial Dane Bjarne Riis has the right to come back to pro cycling with Team NTT.
Behind-the-scenes movement could set stage for conflict between governing bodies and grassroots organizers
13 disciplines and over 2,500 riders to come together in UCI's new Cycling World Championships, set to debut in 2023.
Officials are worried that cycling would abandon its most effective anti-doping tool if the UCI joins a new agency linked to the IOC.
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
It's been a decade since the WorldTour started — what's changed? Not a lot, at least at first glance
Organizers, teams say they are ‘starving’ under proposed 2020 changes to calendar
Velon, owner of the Hammer Series, has filed an anti-competition complaint against the UCI, alleging that the governing body was refusing to register the Hammer Series events for 2020.