The ASO comes out on top in latest reform agreement
A wide-ranging agreement will keep the Tour de France and other top races on the WorldTour for 2017
The 61-year-old "Badger" will step down from his public relations duties after this summer's Tour de France.
Wang Jianlin, whose Dalian Wanda Group purchased the Ironman brand last year, might also be interested in ASO — and the Tour.
The Tour director Christian Prudhomme wants motorized cheating sorted out before the ASO talks with the UCI about rejoining WorldTour.
UCI president Brian Cookson is frustrated but optimistic about his organization's ongoing tiff with Tour de France organizer ASO.
Cannondale boss Jonathan Vaughters hopes the ASO/UCI feud will be resolved and is concerned that Tour could exclude his WorldTour team.
The CPA riders union is taking the middle ground in the spat between cycling's governing body and the sport's biggest race organizer.
The Tour de France is a formidable weapon in ASO's power struggle with the UCI and its WorldTeams, says Cannondale boss Jonathan Vaughters.
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme says the 2017 Tour will trim its peloton size to 20 teams and as few as 13 WorldTour squads.