n. The illegal use of a concealed electric motor in a sanctioned bicycle race.
Over the past year, the idea of moto-doping — secreting a small motor in a racing bicycle — had become the great white buffalo of professional cycling. People inside the sport were talking about the devices, but no one had actually seen one used.
It simply wouldn't be the Tour de France if the media and fans didn't have something new to complain about — and so-called "moto doping" is just the latest trend.
In professional road racing, illegal ‘moto-doping’ has been a gossipy topic inside the elite peloton for several seasons
is only slightly dazed and confused over the Giro general classification. First, the Netherlands, then Stage 11. What's next? Moto-doping?