The New York Sun has cyclists dazed and confused in the wake of the many drug scandals which seem to now define cycling. There is no real clear cut favorite to win the Tour de France this year, and the author already has Floyd Landis losing his arb decision before it's been rendered. He also serves us an obligatory Jack Daniels snark as he gives some sage advice to this year's Tour contenders.
Bicycling's Bill Strickland wants to hear nothing about drug scandals, doping testimony, bitter ex-champions, or Floyd Landis, he merely wants to root for the yellow jersey in the Tour de France.
ESPN's Page 2 also throws some whiskey on the fire when it writes about the upcoming Tour de France.
Adventure Junkie also notes the possibility that lance Armstrong may yet race against Floyd Landis in this summer's Leadville 100.
DCist About Tonight notes that "controversial" cyclist Floyd Landis was in town to promote "Positively False".
Rant is dazed and confused about the NY Sun article's sources of information posted above.
Finger Food has finally put his "weekend of Landis" to bed with assorted interesting links and commentary. He puts forth a few choice words on how Floyd would have tested negative in baseball or football, and Barry Bonds would have been long since banned from cycling. And so it goes.
(Photo: Mark Kirsch)
Go Clipless extrapolates that Lance Armstrong may be riding the Leadville 100 against former teammate Floyd Landis this summer after all. We'll see.
Not Another Dumb Blonde works at the Barnes and Noble that hosted the Lancaster signing, and files a report and reaction to Positively False.
Peloton Jim has revived the Pope Watch metaphor while waiting for the Arb's decision.
David Morrison says "Bleah" to Landis and Outside Magazine, and bring on the race.