I think it takes a special kind of philosophy to be OK with motor doping. I don’t deny it exists, but I just can’t imagine who would use it especially among top riders to begin with. These are riders that made it to the top without a motor, clean or not, and then decided to use one. They would have to have some sort of axe to grind in order to justify it if they’ve already been winning at the highest level without that type of assistance.or look at it this way. could the UCI stand the risk of actually catching someone (publicly) with motors at a big race? that would look just as bad for them and make the whole sport look farcical. if anyone has ever actually been caught in the pro peloton then it would've been quickly swept under the rug with possibly some kind of silent ban.