I believe Floyd…was doped to the gills. The Mennonite Sensation is now the first man ever stripped of a Tour title for a doping offense. Continue reading I believe Floyd…
Some great news out of this mornings NY Times: Athletes who want to cheat by injecting themselves with a performance-enhancing drug that boosts their blood Continue reading Doping is as doping does
Friday was one hell of a day. I had flatted the front tire on my cross bike about week prior while pedaling my happy ass Continue reading And then there was Sunday
So, he likes the blow. Sign the petition below to be heard by, well, no one in particular. Dude likes the ski lodge. And he’s Continue reading Let Boonen Ride
I’m not sure how this will all play out yet. Well, no one is. But it looks like some good news from where I’m standing. Continue reading Happy Friday, tip them cups
The advances in gene therapy have been huge. There is a recent article in Sports Illustrated outlining the current state of the technology. It does Continue reading Gene Doping
From velonews.com Boonen tests positive for cocaine Paris-Roubaix winner and former world champion Tom Boonen has tested positive for cocaine, Het Laatste Nieuws reported on Continue reading Tom Boonen snowed in at the ski lodge
Tonight we’re going with the Daiquiri. Why? Because I have all the ingredients and I need a drink. The Daiquiri is thought to have been Continue reading As the world turns…
I’ll lead out the gate with this one, because it’s about the coolest thing I’ve seen all day. And, I might tell you, I’ve seen Continue reading Wednesday is the fifth ring of hell.
This came out today (5/15/08) in cyclingnews.com Reminiscent of what Rassmussen is accused of: Balco head reveals methods, offers anti-doping advice After masterminding a designer Continue reading Is Your Voicemail Full?
Lance-Trek decided to dump Greg Lemond. Lemond was suing them it looks like. Because they were dissing Lemond Bikes, I think. That’s what is alleged Continue reading Trek v. Lemond
I’ve used the same title, and now I’m going to cut and past the editors note right in here. Three is nothing more for Continue reading An essay by 1984 Olympic gold medalist Alexi Grewal