Imola (AP) – The German professional cyclist Maximilian Schachmann is dissatisfied with the current safety measures in cycling and has also criticized the world association UCI.
“When it comes to our safety, nothing is done. The UCI puts the responsibility on the organizers. That is a shame, because the race organizer wants to make money and entertain as many spectators as possible”, Schachmann told the “Sportbuzzer”.
The 26-year-old of Team Bora-hansgrohe refers to the many falls in the recent past, including at the start of the Tour de France in Nice.
“You have to change something in the system and the UCI should take more responsibility. An organ that acts more in the interests of the drivers would be needed,” said Schachmann, who is back in the Tour de France a few days this week. after the end of the Tour de France. World championships on the road in Imola begin. He is considered the most promising German candidate for a medal on the difficult course.