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.
Boels-Dolmans not issued a WorldTour license due to sponsorship difficulties, Mitchelton-Scott's application still under review.
Citing its small roster and focus on the classics and Tour, Total-Direct Energie will bypass on its automatic bid to race the Italian grand tour in 2020
Members of the MPCC are pressing the UCI to expand out-of-competition controls to rein in would-be cheats.
Long-simmering tensions between teams, organizers and the UCI continue to play out as a French race moves up in ranking next season
The UCI confirms allotments for next summer's road events at the Olympic Games, and the United States has four spots for women and just two for men.
13 disciplines and over 2,500 riders to come together in UCI's new Cycling World Championships, set to debut in 2023.
Organized racing was an afterthought to the founders of Zwift. Now, the company has raised millions with the goal of having virtual racing become a professional sport—and even an Olympic event.
Officials are worried that cycling would abandon its most effective anti-doping tool if the UCI joins a new agency linked to the IOC.