are all of the other cyclists who doped also banned from triathlons and swim meets?
Of course not, this policy only applies to Lance. And remember that Marion Jones was allowed to play in the WNBA after she was banned from track, and Justin Gatlin was allowed to try out for the Philadelphia Eagles while he was suspended from track. What's amazing is that the IOC and the UCI are violating their own rules regarding statute of limitations. The reason given for why none of the East German athletes had any their Olympic medals taken away is because when the Stasi foles were uncovered, it was already beyond the 8-year statute of limitations. However, only Lance's 2005 Tour de France win was within the statute of limitations of the USADA Report, but not only did the IOC take away his bronze medal from the 2000 Olympics, but it allowed the gold and silver medalists to keep their medal despite the fact that both of them were subsequently convicted of doping. Even more amazing is the fact that the gold medalist was a U.S. Postal teammate of Lance at the time, and who was revealed to have been on precisely the same doping regimen that Lance was on. The reason cited for them keeping their medals was the statute of limitations.
Furthermore, the three men who won the Tour before Lance began winning in 1999, have either admitted to or been convicted of doping but none of them have been stripped of their Tour wins due to statue of limitations, while Lance's entire career has been wiped off the books going back to 1993.