Normally, on Tuesdays I try to report some bike world happening or ride I have just done. But real life has gotten the better of Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: Dopey Irony
I got a text message this morning that read, “Today is the crucifixion of Cancer Jesus.” Statement From USADA CEO Travis T. Tygart Regarding The Continue reading Then seizing him, they led him away and took him into the house of the high priest…
I know that you’re reading this because you care. Because you care, I care. We all care. What do we care about? We care about Continue reading Licking the Grid.
1999 Tour de France Stage 9 Sestrières Racing starts @17:05. Prior to that, there are some interviews with Lance and Kristin Armstrong (she was his Continue reading The greatest story ever sold.
Updated below There is so much one could write about this. And yet, I don’t feel like writing much of anything. Go figure. The king Continue reading I believe Lance
Anther former US Postal rider admits to using performance enhancing drugs. I respect Mr. Vaughters very much for what he has accomplished as a cyclist Continue reading And now Vaughters
They say the numbers don’t lie. They also say the numbers tell the story you want them to. If Lance Armstrong opts for arbitration, experts Continue reading Lies, damned lies, and statistics
USADA is handing out sanctions like breath mints. Three of the six individuals recently charged by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency in connection with what the Continue reading The hits just keep on coming
First and foremost, happy fucking Independence Day America! Go do what you do best you self-ruling crazy sons’ of betches. Anyways, by now, you’ve probably Continue reading 4th of July Bike Update
The United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) mission statement is clear: “USADA is dedicated to preserving the integrity of competition, inspiring true sport, and protecting the Continue reading They call it “a massive doping conspiracy…” We call it “racing.”
I don’t understand a word of any of this aside from the names of the cyclists and the climbs. But I could not take my Continue reading The Marco Pantani Story