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Old 06-21-01, 04:48 AM   #1
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"Bribery", what's next on Pro cycling...

Virengue/Ullrich, on bribery mode, whats going on with pro Cycling??, has Pro Cycling become so dirty that it might die a natural death and fade away, I am jst asking
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Old 06-21-01, 05:23 AM   #2
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Hi orguasch,

The only Road racing I tend to watch is the Tour De France, but I am always amased to the amount of controversy that happens during the race.

Be it postive dope testing, bribery, cheating by other's crazy isn't it. I'm not sure it'll die a death in any sence of the word, but something has got to happen to clean the game up.

I might be wrong, but I don't think I've heard of these sorts of things happening in MTB racing...

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