UCI Investigating Frank Schleck's Criterium International Win
Cycling's governing body, the UCI, will investigate whether Frank Schleck broke competition rules by wearing a CamelBak drink pack on his chest that might have given the Luxembourg rider an aerodynamic advantage in his 2011 Criterium International victory last month.
on his chest to figure out whether he will use the device during the 2011 Tour de France in July.
"We want to assess the system ahead of the big races, to see if it can be efficient," Vanderjeugd said.
Another Team Leopard-Trek rider, Swiss cyclist Fabian Cancellara, was accused last month of using a revolutionary system on his bike that gave him a substantial advantage over his rivals when racing.