Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

June 28, 2016

In today’s CT Daily News Digest: Hidden motors: 3-4000 UCI tests at Tour, but French announce own plans; MPCC stands with fight against technological fraud; Dan Martin: Ready to take on the big guns in the Tour de France; King may appeal Olympics snub; Orica-GreenEdge for the Tour de France; Trek-Segafredo Tour de France team; Cannondale Pro Cycling Tour de France roster; Former British Olympian dies in cycling crash; Seven WorldTour teams for Revolution Series; Study finds Tour de Yorkshire boosted economy by £60m; Crash determines Canadian men’s road championship; Focus on Marianne Vos

MPCC stands with fight against technological fraud

by CyclingTips

The Movement for a Credible Cycling (MPCC) announced its support in the fight against mechanical doping.

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“This rapprochement between ASO and the UCI is obviously a good thing,” said MPCC President Roger Legeay.

“Gathering all the available resources to fight against technological fraud is one thing, doing it in a very formal way with all the stakeholders is another. These measures have been taken will full transparency and we reacted quickly.”

“We now need to ensure continuity, to not ease up in our efforts and to not limiting ourselves to the Tour de France.”

In addition to affirming support for the testing the MPCC said the member teams have committed to make all equipment available for inspection at any time.

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