Do you acknowledge that LA was already on "ferrari's treatment when he obtained those "great results?airstream said:It is false. History and life are never so simple. This assumption bristles with simplicity. It is wrong just because a bike racer often finds himself in cycling (how a man does in in real life), explores himself and rarely finds himself to embody his potential completely. It is banal, but a rider becomes a GT rider. No one is born with that and not everyone can open himself up in this quality on young age. Honestly, I don't know whose that thought, perpaps Lemond's or just LA's haters' one. I just disagree. However, if Armstrong had been out of nowhere, I would probably been agreed. But he already was a great cyclist before the Tour, the world champion, the 1998 high place finisher, a rider with an excellent set of basic skills, a sportsman with mad ego and unhealthily huge ambitions. He had a pedigree for big deals.
As I stated before-History-& I suggest strongly to you to revise it, because is clear you're not "remember" certain facts