UCI president Pat McQuaid cried foul over USA Cycling’s recent decision to allow race radios in its sanctioned events this season and
To the U.C.I. Care of Mr. Pat Mac Quaid Dear President, I am writing to you following the long open letter that you have recently sent to
MILAN (AFP) — As the UCI dug in its heels Friday over the radio ban, it was revealed that the peloton aims to defy UCI orders by wearing
Pat McQuaid issues an open letter to riders regarding the radio ban
UCI president Pat McQuaid is digging in his heels over the race radio issue and promises there will be no moving backward.
The UCI on Thursday said cycling teams' decision to boycott the Tour of Beijing will not affect the organization's policy on race radios.
"President McQuaid regretfully noted this new element of tension in the situation. It will not, however, change the UCI’s position on the
UCI officials say they will push ahead with plans to hold the Tour of Beijing despite a call Thursday for a protest by the top professional
Frustrated teams threw down the gauntlet Thursday and vowed to not attend the UCI-backed Tour of Beijing in October over a long-running
Press Release: Statement from the AIGCP re: the race radio ban