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Marilyn Manson reference aside (or maybe included), this shit is completely retarded. Franco Pellizotti, second in last year’s Giro d’Italia and winner of the polka-dot Continue reading I don’t like the drugs, but the drugs like me
Needed a little study break from the books so headed out with some of the Fly V Australia riders this morning to stretch the legs. Continue reading Two Wheeled Tuesday
My first reaction to reading Vino had won L-B-L this morning was, “Oh god damn it.” Now I see I was not alone in that Continue reading They actually booed him
Clenbuterol. Go figure. The UCI has issued a provisional suspension of RadioShack rider Fuyu Li after he tested positive for the stimulant Clenbuterol at last Continue reading The Shack rollin’ dirty
Sport Illustrated (SI.com) has an interesting little read up about the stain on Spain. Five years ago, after a picturesque but particularly tough ride in Continue reading Game recognize game
A three-member arbitration panel has issued a two-year suspension of David Clinger for a positive testosterone test at last year’s national elite championships in Bend, Continue reading Clinger gets two years
Speaking of dopers, the International Court for Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has rejected Alejandro Valverde’s challenge to his two-year suspension from racing on Italian soil. Continue reading Doper
Kacper Szczepaniak, the young Polish rider who placed second in the U23 World Championships in Tabor and subsequently tested positive for EPO, tried to kill Continue reading This shit is fucked up
Monaco’s Cycling Federation has handed a two-year suspension to former Silence-Lotto rider Thomas Dekker for an EPO positive that resulted from the re-testing of an Continue reading Thomas Dekker suspended for two years.
From Velonews.com: American cyclist Tom Zirbel announced on his blog Friday that he is retiring from cycling rather than continue an aggressive fight against doping Continue reading Pessimism and the Power of a Website: Zirbel taps out.
More of the ongoing exchange between Mr. Zirbel and myself. I asked him, essentially, where he was at in all of this. This is his Continue reading Pessimism and the Power of a Website, continued.