Monday, 18 December 2017

2017/12/18 Press Release

Chris Froome's abnormal test result triggered a huge public outrage. When it comes to "specified substance", such as Salbutamol, provisional suspension is not mandatory and the rider is free to choose it or not. Nevertheless, MPCC wishes to make a statement on this topic.

Vital Concept Cycling Club, which will take on its first season in 2018, asked to be part of the MPCC. The breton team will become part of the 21 Pro Continental teams belonging to the movement.

Basque team Murias-Euskadi, newly promoted to the UCI Pro Continental ranks, has decided to make another significant jump: to join the MPCC.

Over the 12 last Grand Tours, the MPCC identified all of the riders that had previously been suspended for using banned products among the 198 riders at the start. It has now been more than 2 years that no rider from a MPCC team has been identified as one of those riders.

The MPCC now numbers 6 sporting agents among its members as Christophe Le Mével (Cycling Life Management) recently decided to join the movement.

Following an open letter on the 6th of October, MPCC regards the answer given by WADA as an outrage to its members and to the values they have been defending for 10 years now.

Friday, 06 October 2017

Open letter to Wada

On this Friday 6 October 2017, MPCC's President Roger Legeay - and his Board - send an open letter to World Anti Doping Agency (WADA).

Saturday, 16 September 2017

2017/09/16 Press Release

The Movement for a Credible Cycling (MPCC) held a meeting of its Board this Friday, September 15 in Roissy.

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Vuelta: 22 teams under the radar

In an infography, we have represented the 2017 Vuelta a Espana peloton, distinguishing member teams and non-member teams of MPCC. Amongst member teams, no riders have ever been suspended. Within non-members, 5 already have!

The team members of the MPCC have submitted their riders to 99 cortisol level test on the Vuelta a España. All the riders have been allowed to start.