Three-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome has called for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and International Cycling Union (UCI) to urgently address problems with the therepeutic use exemption (TUE) system.
A number of measures and rules are set to be established in an attempt to improve rider safety within professional cycling races when a Security and Technical Regulations working group meeting takes place in Lombardi in Italy on September 30.
Team Sky general manager Sir Dave Brailsford claims they are considering making all use therapeutic usage exemptions (TUE) fully public in order to demonstrate they are committed to good practice following recent criticism.
Dutchman Niki Terpstra dramatically won the Eneco Tour after overnight leader Rohan Dennis crashed out on the seventh and final leg of the stage race today.
Dutch cycling star Tom Dumoulin has claimed the use of therapeutic use exemptions (TUE) by Sir Bradley Wiggins "stinks" and that use of them is "like cheating".
Slovenian Luka Pibernik won the penultimate stage of the Eneco Tour as Australian Rohan Dennis retained the overall lead ahead of the race's conclusion tomorrow.
Australia's Rohan Dennis has regained the overall lead at the Eneco Tour after his BMC Racing outfit won the stage five team time trial today.
British Cycling and HSBC UK have announced a partnership that will see the bank become the governing body's lead partner for the next eight years.
Peter Sagan won a second consecutive stage of the Eneco Tour today to move into the overall race lead.
World and European road race champion Peter Sagan won the third stage of the Eneco Tour after the Slovakian triumphed in a bunch sprint.
Australian Rohan Dennis is the new overall leader of the Eneco Tour after triumphing in today's stage two time trial.
Dutch champion Dylan Groenewegen sprinted clear to triumph on home roads today on the opening day of the Eneco-Tour in Bolsward.
Peter Sagan produced a trademark sprint finish to win the inaugural European Road Cycling Championships road race crown today in Plumelec.
Anna van der Breggen clinched the inaugural European Road Cycling Championships road rice title as she led from start to finish to add the continental crown to her Olympic gold medal in Plumelec in France.
Hosts France celebrated a one-two in the men’s junior road race at the European Road Cycling Championships in Plumelec after a late breakaway was caught moments before the finish line.