People change and learn from there mistakes, I see where your coming from but I know people who have come back from deep due to drugs and know advocate not to do it, no reason why no different in cycling.Irondan said:On the other hand, would you trust an ex doper/drug dealer to mentor your kid? I wouldn't...Ramon Koran said:Yes and as I explained maybe like many (Millar, Hamilton, Vaughters...) they have learned from dark past and want to bring cycling forward towards cleanliness. That seems likely to me, who better than an ex doper who knows about the problems it causes to stop youngsters from going down that path?Benotti69 said:Ramon Koran said:Again for CSC I'm not sure but going that far back to the dark age of cycling brings up problems of corruption whithin the anti-doping organistaion itself, so can't really use them as examples in the new cycling.
The people who run OricaBikeExchange come from the so called dark days of cycling!
Every doper I know is an expert in the art of deception.