That will always be the case, won't it? It will boil down to the readers belief in the athlete in question.acoggan said:1. How do you know who is or isn't "clean"?
2. If the answer to question #1 is that they have never been formally sanctioned, then the "doping line" for maximal sustainable human power output is a lot higher than most people posting here seem to believe. (The data I've seen also belie the argument that anti-doping efforts must be working because performance in cycling isn't gradually improving as it in other sports.)
I think this is a good initiative, but I'm afraid it will not get to much response. Today when they ride with power meters in the race this will be a to valuable information for your competitors. Just read on the display when you will cook.. If you still rides clean, that is..
I rather would like to see the pros put up their blood values and passport data.