Ethics and Editorial Policy

CyclingUpToDate does not publish personal attacks against people and institutions in the cycling industry we cover, or against colleagues. We stress objectivity in reporting topics of a sensitive nature.

We abide by the most strict ethics principles journalists can adhere to.

Giving Credit and Acquiring Written Permission

Unless assets or news comes from official sources or their PR affiliates, we always provide link credit to original sources. We believe it is our responsibility to contribute to the online publishing ecosystem and best journalism practices. For images, non-official art, etc. we credit the artist and seek to contact them as well for permission to use their work.

Our Editorial policy

As the chief cycling expert editor of our esteemed news magazine, I am tasked with ensuring that our editorial policies not only meet but exceed the highest standards of integrity and credibility. In a world where misinformation can spread like wildfire, it is imperative that we uphold the principles set forth by the Ethical Journalism Network (EJN) and adhere to the Editorial Accuracy and Transparency (EAT) guidelines.

At the heart of our editorial policy lies a commitment to accuracy. We recognize the importance of providing our readers with reliable and fact-checked information. Every article that graces our pages undergoes a rigorous vetting process, where claims are verified, sources are cross-checked, and accuracy is paramount. We understand that even the smallest inaccuracies can erode trust, and therefore, we leave no stone unturned in our pursuit of the truth.

Transparency is another cornerstone of our editorial policy. We believe in being upfront and honest with our readers about our sources, affiliations, and potential biases. Any conflicts of interest are disclosed prominently, ensuring that our readers can make informed decisions about the information presented to them. Furthermore, we welcome feedback and corrections from our audience, acknowledging that transparency also means owning up to our mistakes and taking steps to rectify them.

In line with EAT guidelines, we are committed to providing diverse and balanced coverage of the cycling world. We recognize that our readers come from all walks of life and have varying interests and perspectives. As such, we strive to represent the full spectrum of the cycling community, from grassroots initiatives to professional tournaments, and from rising stars to seasoned veterans. By offering a comprehensive view of the cycling sport, we aim to foster a deeper understanding and appreciation among our readers.

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