New UCI chief to crack down on hidden bike motors


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  • Thursday, 21 Sep 2017

BERGEN, Norway (Reuters) - A crackdown on hidden motors is a top priority for International Cycling Union (UCI) president-elect David Lappartient to restore credibility to the scandal-ridden sport.

Lappartient defeated Brian Cookson, who was elected as UCI president on a similar promise in 2013, at the governing body's congress during this week's road cycling world championships.

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