If the only proof that is promoted is that the rest of the peloton was doping, then a reasonable request would be that this proof should be provided.function said:Those requirements are impossible to meet and i suspect you know it, when have there ever been (multiple even!) scientific studies on the effects of doping on actively racing cyclists in GTs? Further, in your particular case, the entire peloton since you would need to determine the cleanliness of all participants.
Thus, I would be willing to concede LeMond was doping based purely on circumstantial evidence. But, that circumstantial evidence should be solid.
Otherwise, the argument kinda goes way beyond clutching at straws
And, as noted, is completely full of bullsh!t.