The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) is the international governing body for the sport of cycling, based in Switzerland. It oversees world championships for road, mountain bike, track, and cyclocross disciplines, sanctions all major international competitions, and tabulates points rankings for the disciplines throughout the season, among other responsibilities.
New events on both the men's and women's side in recently-released schedule as UCI begins wave of reforms.
Cycling's governing body vows to act to improve rider safety in 2020 as it confirms a ban for two more riders linked to the Aderlass scandal
Almost every discussion about the future of pro cycling comes down to creating a new business model for the sport. Study after study have suggested that cycling’s fundamental challenges are anchored to its reliance on sponsorship, and its related inability to transform the racing calendar into a more exciting, fan-accessible and season-long narrative. Velon, the […]
Italy's fall classics don't get the attention they deserve, but a new project could help revive some of cycling's most prestigious races
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.
Some are giving the UCI's novel mixed relay race the benefit of a doubt, but Belgian manager Patrick Lefevere isn't one of them
Reports of Bjarne Riis's return make waves as teams and the UCI huddle to create WorldTour road map for 2020
The UCI is asking fans to take a survey for how to improve professional road racing. We appreciate the gesture, and have some not-so serious improvements we'd like to make
Potential overlap with the Tokyo Olympics will see the Tour de France run a week early in 2020, as UCI review calendar and regulations