Some one named Tyson left this comment over on Trust but Verify: I like it.Tyson said... "I don't know about other people, but if I get a flat tire, I stop, fix it, and keep biking. If it happens again, I stop, fix it, and keep biking. If I wreck, I heal, and keep biking. If my chain falls off, I put it back on and keep going "I'm not the kind of guy who gives up after a flat tire or two, and I hope cycling fans are the same way. No amount of trial-by-media, broken doping systems, and guilty riders will ever keep me from loving any and everything relating to bikes."
Nobody here is a dope. That's for sure.
I love to ride my bike. But I have a hard time watching bike riding as a spectator sport to begin with, and this doesn't help much. Very sad to me, too Steve.
Yet he denies it--maybe he just had too much blood in his legs after Saturday's TT? That's one possibility according to his doctors. We'll see.