October 18, 2016 press release

The day after its annual general meeting and a few hours after the presentation of the 2017 Tour de France - during which Christian Prudhomme vigorously argued the movement is the vision to share - it's time for the MPCC to publish its views on the past year.

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Doping in 2016 was not only about Russia

That is unprecedented: since the beginning of the year, a baseball player has been busted every three days. Thanks to the headlines focusing on the Russian athletes suspected of doping, the fact has remained unnoticed. Our quarterly infography is made to highlight that the figures actually collected aren't the illustration of the scandals with a high impact on the media.

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TUEs for corticosteroids? The problem isn't known within MPCC!

Within MPCC, there is no need to reflect on the corticosteroids TUEs issue. This is an automatic proccess: the rider who need to be treated with this medicine ceases to work for a 8-days period. The measure is effective and followed to the letter by the movement's members.

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Vuelta a Espana: 22 teams under the radar

In an infography, we have represented the 2016 Vuelta a España 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!

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Bernaudeau : « MPCC is even more relevant today »

While his title partner Direct Energie has decided to join the MPCC’s college of sponsors, Jean-René Bernaudeau is going to complete his 10th year as a member of the movement. He explains why he considers that the MPCC remains a relevant actor in the cycling landscape. 

MPCC's members this year :


 World Tour teams in 2016 :

7 MPCC's members on 18 teams


Pro-Continental teams in 2016 :

17 MPCC's members on 23 teams


Continental teams in 2016 :

17 MPCC's members on 153 teams


Women teams in 2016 :

7 MPCC's members on 40 teams

Support the MPCC, a strong gesture of symbol and consequences


We are convinced of the need for all the teams to agree on a new ethic code applicable for all teams and all the riders.

Christophe Sercu, Topsport Vlaanderen