Right on. I mean, why does anyone bother talking about this jerk? Let's ignore him completely until the Tour de France, since that's the only race he cares about anyway.lanternrouge said:Grow up fool
I think it's largely a simplistic American thing. There is only strong love or strong hate for riders. They see the sport as a sort of soap opera. In Europe cycling is traditionally a more working class sport and tough sport where its accepted that strong characters are part of it.Jamsque said:This forum. Hate, hate, hate.
ok, i hit submit and went to the next page and saw the ad "see how lance lives his life to the ultra" or some schmuckbaggery. lance is back on the list!spanky wanderlust said:lance is probably a local hero at the moment for doing the right thing and dropping out of AG. now, if he would only drop the remainder of his race schedule and go back to shagging b-list celebs!
on this forum, this week. lance doesn't even rate. ok, he's in there, but my guess for most despised right now is valverde.
a known doper who escapes justice and makes a mockery of the whole sport, who won a stage of a protour race with some primadonna handwaving and complaining, and then wins the next stage, quite possibly using the same tactics he complained about the day before?
brash, angst-ridden, possibly steroid addled, but extremely talented kid who can't control his mouth?
i'll take option a.
that's pretty funny, but try watching hockey on Versus only to see the Lance Shack commercial every ten minutes, today Cavendish is pretty high on the list because he's being an champion to a team-matespanky wanderlust said:ok, i hit submit and went to the next page and saw the ad "see how lance lives his life to the ultra" or some schmuckbaggery. lance is back on the list!