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Velo news: WorldTour teamsters

Of the many lessons to be learned from the football player strike at the University of Missouri in November, one that gets overlooked is this: Coaches, officials, and politicians can talk all they want, but […]

Cycling News: UCI announces changes to radio and onboard camera use

ANAPRC Pro Riders Union Announces Support From Scott Tedro

Boulder, CO — Today the Association of North American Professional Road Cyclists (ANAPRC) announced that Scott Tedro, CEO of Sho-Air International and Ridebiker Alliance, has made a contribution to ANAPRC matching the annual dues already […]

Cycling News: Tour of California time trial moved from Big Bear to Santa Clarita

The Tour of California’s stage 6 time trial, originally scheduled for Friday in Big Bear Lake, has been moved to Santa Clarita due to forecasts for snow and cold temperatures, race organisers announced late Wednesday […]

Velo News: UCI to test extreme weather protocol at Giro d’Italia

The UCI will test a new extreme weather protocol at the 2015 Giro d’Italia. The protocol, announced on the eve of the race’s first stage, calls for compulsory meeting between stakeholders when extreme weather conditions […]

Brent Bookwalter column about extreme weather protocol in May 2015 issue of ProCycling Magazine

The May 2015 Issue of ProCycling Magazine features a column by ANAPRC Director Brent Bookwalter about the need for rules to manage races in extreme weather conditions. Weathering the Weather 

Cycling News: UCI to investigate Basque Tour crash, Stetina undergoes surgery

BMC’s Peter Stetina underwent successful surgery yesterday for a broken tibia and patella, fractures sustained in a dramatic crash at the finish of Monday’s Tour of the Basque Country (Vuelta al Pais Vasco) stage 1, […]

ANAPRC Statement on Stage One of the Tour of the Basque Country

Boulder, CO — We are disappointed the race organizers and UCI officials at the Tour of the Basque Country created an unnecessarily dangerous course by allowing fixed obstacles to stand inside the last kilometer of […]

ANAPRC Selects Michael Carcaise As Executive Director

Boulder, CO — The Board of Directors of the Association of North American Professional Road Cyclists (ANAPRC) today announced the hiring of Michael Carcaise as Executive Director. Carcaise’s selection was approved by a unanimous Board […]

North Americans Join The CPA Pro Riders Union

A Group of Men’s Pro Road Cyclists From North America Have Joined The CPA And Established a Seat On Its Comité Directeur (Steering Committee) Aigle, CH — The Association of North American Professional Road Cyclists […]

End-of-Career Allowance: what it is & how to collect

Pro cyclists can receive up to €12’500 when they retire. The Fund from which the payments are made is administered by the CPA — the riders union. This article exists for riders to learn about the Fund, […]

The UCI should adopt a new protocol for Race Neutralization / Modification / Cancellation

The future UCI reforms aim to include improved rules for how races are neutralized, modified, or cancelled. This particular improvement should not wait for the 2018 season, but instead should be fully developed and implemented […]