The UCI imposes the suspension after Italian Luca Paolini tested positive for cocaine during the 2015 Tour de France.
Michael Buckley, of Reno, Nevada, has been issued a four-year ban for failing an out-of-competition anti-doping test.
Nicholas Brandt-Sorensen pleads guilty to selling EPO across state lines, in violation of federal law, and may face a prison sentence.
Five riders, five of which are on the Coopenae – Extralum team, are suspended by UCI for failed anti-doping tests at Vuelta a Costa Rica.
Francesco Reda, runner-up at Italian national championships in 2015, has been banned for eight years due to a failed anti-doping test.
The UCI says Luca Paolini was taking cocaine last year for recreational use, not to gain a competitive advantage.
Despite two doping suspensions to date in 2016, Russia's sports minister says his country's cycling program is not suspected of corruption
Russian Eduard Vorganov is suspended by his Katusha team on Friday for testing positive for meldonium.
Roberto Heras wins court battle to recoup $1 million in lost wages after failed Vuelta anti-doping test, but Spanish officials will appeal.
Alberto Gallego turned in a positive test for the banned anabolic steroid stanozolol on January 3.