Dutch cyclist Dylan Groenewegen has been banned for nine months for his involvement in the Tour de Pologne crash that left Fabio Jakobsen with serious facial injuries.
International Cycling Union (UCI) medical director Xavier Bigard has claimed the organisation's COVID-19 race protocol proved to be effective after just 63 cases of coronavirus were recorded following the resumption of the season in August.
Dutch rider Lorena Wiebes won the first stage of the three-day Madrid Challenge by La Vuelta with a powerful uphill finish in Escalona.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) and Eurosport Events have unveiled a new UCI Track Champions League competition which is set to start in 2021.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) Women’s WorldTour season is set to draw to close with the Madrid Challenge by La Vuelta taking place amid a backdrop of coronavirus countermeasures.
A four-year financial plan which included a scenario that the Olympics do not take place next year was presented at the International Cycling Union (UCI) virtual Congress.
A breakaway group titled "The Riders Union" has been established with the aim of representing elite men’s professional road cyclists.
The Cycling Anti-Doping Foundation (CADF) announced there were no adverse analytical findings in the samples from 2013 to 2019 reanalysed as part of Operation Aderlass.
Belgium's Yves Lampaert secured a popular home victory in the men's Three Days of Bruges-De Panne race, triumphing in windy conditions.
The organisers of the 2023 International Cycling Union (UCI) Cycling World Championships have appointed Trudy Lindblade as chief executive, prior to the new combined event in Glasgow in Scotland.
Dutch rider Lorena Wiebes of Team Sunweb triumphed in a close sprint to take the women's title at the International Cycling Union (UCI) Three Days of Bruges-De Panne, but only after initial winner Jolien D'hoore was disqualified.
All four members of the Cycling Anti-Doping Foundation (CADF) Board have today resigned as the International Testing Agency (ITA) prepares to take over the sport's drugs programme.
UCI Mountain Bike World Championships suffer last minute withdrawals as cyclists test positive for COVID-19
Two American cyclists have withdrawn from this week's International Cycling Union (UCI) Mountain Bike World Championships in Austria after testing positive for COVID-19.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) has said it will study crashes during the 2021 season as part of efforts to improve rider safety.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) has expressed confidence about the governing body’s long-term financial stability despite the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, while 11 World Championships were awarded at its latest Management Committee meeting.