Criticism rained down on the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) again this week, after it decided to disband the supposedly independent commission (UCIIC) it set up in November to investigate the Lance Armstrong doping scandal. It turned out that the commission's three members were in fact intent on doing their job but were not given the means to do so. The commission claimed last week that the UCI had failed to submit a single requested document to the UCIIC. The UCI said that the commission would be replaced with a Truth and Reconciliation Commission involving stakeholders such as anti-doping organizations. Change Cycling Now, the organization set up a few weeks ago to demand change in the management of cycling, was outraged by the move and complained that a review of the organization by itself was clearly not satisfactory.