The Daily Bike, January 22, 2013

The Daily Bike, January 22, 2013

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter At last glance, three out of five Adventure Journal readers said that if they


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At last glance, three out of five Adventure Journal readers said that if they were professional cyclists they wouldn’t dope. But is that because they (you) were morally incorruptible or because they (you) didn’t know where to get it. What if it came in nice, tidy, well-marked bags? What then, altar boy?

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Steve Casimiro is the editor of Adventure Journal.
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  • Harry Mudgett
    Reply

    In the time frame that Lance Armstrong was racing, it seems to me that everyone was doping. I mean everyone! Some got busted and some did not. That being said, if I were a competitive cyclist, and I wanted any chance at all to win, I would dope my ass off. So, Lance doped when everyone doped, a doper beat the socks off of other dopers.

  • activ8
    Reply

    Jesus didn’t dope

  • Demis
    Reply

    Agree with you Harry. Five out of five readers are angelical amateurs they don’t earn a living out of competitive sport they just practice for fun and passion

  • Chris
    Reply

    I think the majority of pros in the big races are STILL doping.

  • Gabe
    Reply

    Lance even said it himself that he had to dope to even compete because everyone else was doing it too.

  • Daniel
    Reply

    I guess if Lance said it, it must not be true.

  • Chris
    Reply

    Since I don’t compete, I don’t care. If I could easily get supplements that would improve my performance without damaging my health, I’d go for it. Right now I settle for coffee.

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