Patrick Brady had a piece in the LA times yesterday regarding doping. He suggests offering an amesty for former pros to come clean. There has Continue reading Defeat the Omerta.
You just knew this one was coming: Riis ejected from Danish sports hall of fame The 1996 Tour de France winner and Team CSC director, Continue reading Riis ejected
The key stage that mostly decided the Giro was wednesday’s climb of the Zolcan. What an excellent time to test the riders. So they actually Continue reading Two Things That Are Intertwined
I think this is a mistake. We need to find ways to reward those who come forward and tell the truth. Even if it is Continue reading Prudhomme doesn’t want Riis at Tour
Another one in via email. I can’t wait to get this kid up and running. Did you listen to this yet? competitorradio.com/details.php?show=21 Lemond has ADD Continue reading So profound
Source: cyclingnews.com/news.php?id=news/2007/may07/may29news Two-time Tour of Flanders winner Edwig Van Hooydonck has rubbished claims by Johan Museeuw that he only used performance enhancing drugs during the Continue reading ‘Museeuw used drugs his entire career’
I found these links to some fine Paul Kimmage writings in the Velonews forum an hour or so ago. So thank some cat name “splitwheels” Continue reading Paul Kimmage
Today’s right out of the box news flash: Riis admits doping. “My yellow jersey is in box at home, you can come and collect it,” Continue reading Riis admits doping
All I’ve got for tonight’s post is this email. From: John Stamstad Subject: Uncle Ron I was out there at the hearing last wednesday, it Continue reading You can always fall back on email.
Some people get in so deep supporting one man over another, that they get themselves backed into a corner with no clear way out even Continue reading My two cents…
From velonews.com/news/fea/12273.0.html LeMond unplugged: Former Tour champ meets the press By Jason Sumner VeloNews.com This report filed May 17, 2007 Following his startling testimony on Continue reading Lemond Unplugged
From cyclingnews.com on July 7, 2006: German doctor Kurt Moosburger, who has looked after Jorg Jaksche (among others) for the past two years, has told Continue reading Doping