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Re: The Start-Up Nation of Cycling
« Reply #510 on: December 15, 2019, 17:01 »
Trainees you might as well call interns. And internships are characterised by being unpaid.
Riders would still get paid a salary from their Continental or U23 team, of course - if they get a salary there (which is far from certain). And they get kit, a bike, accommodation, travel from their 'host team' ... but there's no rule that the pro team that wants to try them out has to pay them for that.

On the men's side, that is.

Apparently, a minimum salary "to be paid on a daily basis for each day the trainee will join the WorldTour" was introduced for the men as well this year.

...of 43,30 EUR per day.

https://www.cyclist.co.uk/news/6611/towards-fair-pay-for-stagiaires

I'll leave it to you to look that up in whatever UCI rules it may be hidden in :P
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