Moscon denies he faces UCI questions in April about Reichenbach crash

Gianni Moscon (Team Sky)

Gianni Moscon ( Team Sky ) has told Cyclingnews he has not officially heard from the UCI regarding the on-going disciplinary investigation into allegations that he intentionally caused Sebastian Reichenbach to crash during the Tre Valli Varesine race, despite a report in La Gazzetta dello Sport that the Italian will be questioned on Monday, April 9 – the day after this year’s Paris-Roubaix. Reichenbach crashed on a descent after 75km of the Italian one-day race, and his FDJ team quickly accused Moscon of ‘dangerous behaviour’. Reichenbach, who fractured his pelvis and elbow in the crash, called for Moscon to be punished and called on the UCI to take action, suggesting that Moscon deliberately caused the crash as retribution for his part in highlighting how the Team Sky rider had racially abused FDJ's Kevin Reza during the Tour de Romandie in April. "I'm filing a complaint against Gianni Moscon because he ...

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