UCI testers discovered an electric motor in a bike belonging to Femke Van den Driessche at the January cyclocross world championships.
U23 cyclocross racer Femke Van den Driessche may face a lifetime ban and a hefty fine of 50,000 euro.
Motorized bikes are not a direct equivalent of physiological doping, so how will the UCI deal with cheaters?
UCI president Brian Cookson confirms the governing body discovered a hidden motor in a rider's bike at the cyclocross worlds.
UCI's Brian Cookson confirms that cheating was uncovered at 'cross worlds: "It's absolutely clear that there was technological fraud."