Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

June 21, 2016

In today’s CT Daily News Digest: Sagan returns to top of UCI rankings; Boels Dolmans continues women’s WorldTour dominance; Dimension Data ‘blown away’ by support for Keagan Girdlestone; Professional Cyclist Association to present revised security plan; Miguel Angel Lopez extends with Astana; Huffman, Walle wrap-up North Star Grand Prix wins; Giant USA lays off employees; AG2R-La Mondiale announces Tour de France team; Mike Woods returns after crash, focuses on Olympics; Copenhagen bidding for Tour de France start; On-bike at Tour de Suisse, stage 9; Behind the scenes at the Tour de Suisse; Race starter gets a little too close to Peter Sagan

Professional Cyclist Association to present revised security plan

by CyclingTips

The Professional Cyclist Association will present an updated version of the CPA Security Plan at the next meeting of the UCI Pro Cycling Council held on the 21st – 22nd of June in Switzerland.

The CPA said that since it presented its draft security plan many more riders have added their ideas to the project.

In the last days the majority of the riders (96%) voted in favor of the plan, on the CPAOCS, the new online communication system for the riders.

“We expect that the UCI and the other stakeholders will listen to our suggestions, and that they will make them effective by adopting our points into the action plan that the UCI is generating,” CPA president Gianni Bugno said.

“We plan a further discussion of this issue during the Tour de France, when, together with the AICGP, we will organize a meeting where the UCI and the organizers will be invited in order not to lose the attention on this important subject.”

The CPA will present the updated and revised version of the CPA Security Plan at the next meeting of the UCI Pro Cycling Council held on the 21st – 22nd of June in Switzerland.

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