Australian cyclist Michael Rogers will face no further action over a positive test for clenbuterol he delivered at a race in Japan last October.
Mark Cavendish has been hitting the gym in a bid to claim the Tour de France yellow jersey for the first time in Yorkshire this summer.
Johan Bruyneel, Lance Armstrong's long-time team director, has been banned for 10 years by the American Arbitration Association.
The first ever Women's Tour cycle race next month will be title-sponsored by Friends Life.
A five-stage road race running from May 7-11 will start in Oundle, Northamptonshire and finish in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, with the Tour also taking in Leicestershire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Essex.
Olympic Gold Medal winner and triple world champion Dani King said: "I'm really excited to be a part of the first ever Friends Life Women's Tour.
"To have such a big company supporting women's cycling is huge for our sport, and women's sport in general."
Sir Dave Brailsford has decided to step down from his position as performance director at British cycling.