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PostPosted: Tue Jun 25, 2013 7:31 pm 
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I'm unaware of any false positives that have actually turned out to be true in cycling or at least had some reasonable explanation.


What about Bertie??

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i'm all for official recognizing the role of teams in doping ... busting cyclists only, while the teams and their staff remain untouched, won't really solve anything in the long term
Speaking of which, does anyone know the status of the Johan "I never put anyone’s health at risk" Bruyneel USADA arbitration?
Bruyneel, according to USADA, was to appear at a hearing sometime before the end of 2012, though that never came to fruition. It’s unclear now where the Belgian’s case stands. When contacted late last week, a USADA spokesperson said the organization could not comment on ongoing cases.


we got Lance, job well done everybody. who? Bruyneel? who is that guy? a manager? did he dope too? no? ok, let's go home


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How Peter Sagan puts his bike on the roof rack of a car.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... TRwvY#t=0s

Alright this was already posted. You can ignore. Thanks

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Also I'm guessing Jalabert isn't the GT winner mentioned here: http://cyclingtips.com.au/2013/05/the-secret-pro-2/ seeing as he was pre bio-passport. I'm wondering when that news may be made public :?:

Wasn't it Menchov?


Everything seems to point at Menchov indeed.

Lets not forget Cobo.

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For some reason I think its Cobo, not Menchov. Not that Menchov is or was clean, but his performance was fairly sub-par, but consistent the past few years. Cobo shot out of obscurity into the limelight and then sunk back into nothingness.

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Cobo won because he was on a Fuji.

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If Cobo wasn't catch yet, I don't think he will be again. Menchov sound much more suspicious I think.

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Lets not forget Cobo.


That was one of the other names, but Menchov unexpected mysterious retirement bring him up the chart.

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Nice new kit catches on your blog, micky. I appreciate it.

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I am really hoping Valverde. I guess I just really don't like the guy!


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FDJ consistently has the best kit IMO. They're also always exciting in the Tour- Pinot's win last year was awesome.

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any suggestion as to why Cav's bike has zip ties around the toptube at the internal cabling ports. His race bike at the weekend was exactly the same.

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Don't know how I feel about someone riding a bike with jersey colour theme before actually obtaining said jersey...


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Its his 100th win edition bike its always been green.

They probably lost those insanely small screws that hold the cable stops in.

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oh ok why is it green?


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