Governing body says no signs of hidden motors have been detected.
UCI officials will scan and test bikes before and after each stage during the Tour using improved technology.
Despite rumors of illicit motorized assistance at the Tour de France, riders say it's highly unlikely.
Swiss newspaper cites unnamed riders in the peloton saying that rear hubs from several top teams are making 'strange noises' and raised the specter of 'motor-doping'
New detection methods for 'technological fraud' will be rolled out at the Tokyo Olympic Games for track, road and mountain bike disciplines.
Cycling federation will resume controls once racing restarts despite budget cuts that include Péraud's exit.
Cycling's governing body promises new methods to combat the threat of 'mechanized doping' within racing