Whatever it was, it was definitely not the stuff he was busted for (testosterone) that gave him the immediate overnight boost.spalco said:Well, plus a good amount of testo ("whiskey"), and who know what else.Freddythefrog said:So your conclusion is that if it was too much for motor/battery technology it came from inside the body of Floyd,DanielSong39 said:These are the most obvious cases I've seen:
Cancellara at .........
Froome at ........
People have also suspected Floyd Landis' solo ride in the 2006 Tour. That's a tougher one since he would've needed 50-100 watts for 2+ hours; I don't think hidden motors would would have been able to produce that much juice.
which you think is more likely.
Do you understand how illogical that is. Having lost the Jersey the day before, Floyd had a good night's rest and then came up with an extra 50-100 Watts for 2+ hours the next day. That concept is up there with "Tyler's phantom unborn twin" and Froome's "I just lost the fat (that cannot be seen in contemporary photos - but trust me - it was there)".
As far as I know (could be wrong), Landis has never given a full, credible account of what happened that night.