Moto rumblings are far worse for cycling than PED rumblings - Cycling bases itself on being an extreme sport, so some could see why cyclists would use PEDS - Less wriggle room with moto's, though we are a long way from finding any substantive proof in the Pro Peleton - Have to think a cyclist would never find a team if found guilty of mechanical doping.Glenn_Wilson said:As usual you come from a good position with your post. I was thinking the same thing while listening to that interview. As an aside have you noticed the interesting moto rumblings? It is my opinion that this might very well be something and while all the focus has been on the PED's that somehow Walsh was snookered.red_flanders said:The interviewer came from the position of, "given what you said about Lance's and Contador's speeds uphill, how can you not be suspicious of Froome". An entirely reasonable position and an oft-asked question in this forum/thread.yaco said:Yes it was a good interview which put Walsh under pressure at times - Though at the same time if the INTERVIEWER comes from the position,that Froome and other Sky riders are doping, which was strongly inferred during the interview, it makes your job easier as the interviewer - Thought the interview lacked some balance.