ImmaculateKadence said:I don't think I've ever seen such a negatively speculative thread. Anyway, a real answer without an unnecessary BS....he'll probably continue to manage or have some vested interest in a team, most likely the Trek Livestrong Team. I see him more as someone wanting to be involved with U23 riders rather than owning or managing a ProTour Team. He'll also continue to promote the LAF by making appearances and giving speeches as part of global cancer campaign.
Running for office? I hope not; he'll make a horrible elected official. He'll focus entirely on cancer legislation while overlooking all other aspects of governing.
He needs to be in the center of attention. He already proved that focusing on LAF was not enough in his first retirement so if he does stay with cycling, it will have to be in a high visibility position - he hasn't really shown any real interest in the past in his U23 team so I don't see that changing.
As a side note I've always wondered if he started that team just so he could take Phinney away from JV. But I digress, I think he's going to pursue something in the entertainment field.