World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)’s President Sir Craig Reedie invited the pPresident of the Movement for a Credible Cycling (MPCC), Roger Legeay, to meet in order to continue discussions between the institution and our movement.

The Movement for a Credible Cycling (MPCC) received on November 5th 2018 a response from World Anti-Doping Agency’s President Sir Craig Reedie to its last letter.

World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)’s President states in his letter that there is “obviously a difference of opinion” between the two bodies. He concludes with a formal invitation to meet the president of the Movement for a Credible Cycling in order to “discuss these matters further.”. MPCC accepts this invitation from WADA’s governing body and thus agrees to confront these two visions.

MPCC and all its members hope that this meeting will be the perfect opportunity to obtain an explanation to its unanswered question, especially when it comes to important topics such as corticoids, tramadol and salbutamol.

Thanks to all of its members, making the movement representative of the world of cycling, MPCC succeeded in being considered by WADA as a legitimate interlocutor. The movement has now more than 500 members, including 289 riders, with most of them being contracted to first and second division teams.

Time has come for this representativity to become even stronger : riders, teams, staff members, Federations, organizers, sponsors: you are all welcome to join forces with MPCC by sending a membership request. Our common purpose is to make the voice of all of our members even louder. WADA’s invitation is proof that this voice has a genuine influence.

Read the discussions between MPCC and WADA

MPCC’s initial open letter
Sir Craig Reedie’s response (1)
MPCC’s response
Sir Craig Reedie’s response (2)