trouble in in these cynical days when a rider stands up openly against doping, we end up getting suspicious..Alpe d'Huez said:Glad to hear Cunego appears to be riding clean. His performance showed it. Providing it's so, I tip my helmet to him, and will cheer him all the way to Rome.
but i do have, and i hope its not misplaced, faith in cunego
interesting comments from wiggo in his interview today...
""The sport's changed so much in the last few years," he continued, a reference to the progress made in the fight against doping. "2005 I remember slogging it to try and stay in the gruppetto [last group in the mountains]. Now I am already riding back down to the finish when the gruppetto comes up"
very interesting, when we talk about "clean" riders not being able to compete, that brad his putting his chances of a top 20 finish down to there being less dopers..
so when do we start the "anyone above wiggins is a doper, and hes the winner of the clean giro" thread..