Sir Dave Brailsford has expressed his belief that allowing television viewers to listen in on communications between teams and their riders would add a new level of "intrigue and understanding" to the sport.
Brailsford, the Team Sky chief, is keen to attract more interest to cycling, and he believes that following a similar method adopted by Formula 1 would give viewers a better insight into the tactics behind the sport.
The 51-year-old is quoted by BBC Sport as saying: "It would be super interesting to hear what the sporting directors are saying to the riders. It's a complex sport. You've got all the sporting directors in the cars trying to play out hundreds of scenarios, like 'who is going to chase?'
"They all wait and watch the gap get to nine minutes, 10 minutes, and then suddenly you think, 'hold on, I might be throwing the Giro away here.'
"I think if everybody knew what each team was trying to do it would be fascinating and add a whole new level of intrigue and understanding."