A collection of newsy stuff from around the bicycle globe.
The Lance Armstrong investigation is turning, turning in a widening gyre.
This is Lance Armstrong’s story … and he’s sticking to it.
Floyd Landis contends that he did not use testosterone on the Tour where his victory was reversed.
The Floyd Landis allegations gain more specificity and widening associations, but there’s no reason for Lance to withdraw from the Tour.
Exactly why Team Radio Shack was rejected by the high-profile Tour of Spain remains more guesswork than overt fact.
If sports aren’t fair, you’ve got the moral equivalent of fascism ruling competition.
Lance’s former wife may prove to be the key to the federal investigation into whether Armstrong doped.
Reading between the lines yields a sense that the Armstrong case is getting closer to “official” (i.e., legal) status.