Earlier today I wrote a bit about how the UCI is not managing our sport well. I have no idea if the people currently in the power seats can actually fix how cycling is run, but Paul Kimmage thinks that the UCI heads need to go.
“I don’t think it is possible to work within that system [but] I would hope that there are some people within who could start the change,” Kimmage told VeloNews on Thursday. “Mr. (Hein) Verbruggen and Mr. (Pat) McQuaid need to go straight away. That’s the start of it.”
Kimmage is way more knowledgeable about the specifics of the UCI than I am. He was a pro, and has been a journalist for a while. Read the full article to get a better taste on his thoughts.