Right sentiment? I don't think so. It's fine for us casual observers to express those sorts of opinions. But Vaughters should know better, know what it feels like when you lose a close one and you're mic'ed up just off the bike. But he doesn't know...never been there. JV wants to stay relevant when his initials aren't his anymore.Vaughters, right sentiment but expressed poorly, the comments of Pinot after the race and some of his fans on social media towards Cepeda have been rather classless. Not saying he shouldn't show his emotions obviously but badmouthing a young rider who was doing what he should've to give himself the best chance of winning isn't right.
Pinot didn't check CN (and I'm sad, he should read my posts) and probably didn't know about Vaughters. That's a good question: "who are you?"Please Thibaut check the "sort of" thread and you will know who the guy is.
Speaking about opinions, mine is that Cepeda's attack with 5km to go was a rat move, he didn't help hjs leader by being the carrot for Pinot. That claim is bogus. And Thibaut didn't attack Rubio in his post-race interview: Rubio didn't cheat. His survival story, his win should be celebrated.
We're giving Vaughters more attention than he deserves.