Hincapie is way under the odds @ 60 imo.
Hincapie will be helping Rogers if Rogers rides the tour and it's found out he didn't dope with the rest of the T-Mobile squad in the 06 tour.
Up to 6 riders in the T-Mobile 2006 squad travelled to Freiberg University for blood transfusions a day before the tour. Sinkewitz travelled alone and then others went too.
The team was
Sinkewitz has admitted to doping. Mazzoleni and Kessler doped at Astana so it's more than likely they were part of the T-Mobile doping ring. Gonchar had massive results in the Time Trials - safe to say he doped too. That leaves Rogers and Guerini. Rogers rode his best tour ever and finished in the top 10 and Guerini was with the team for years with Ullrich. Kloden also.
My guess is that as Rogers was a newcomer to the team, he didn't know what was going on - or he did but decided not to take part.
Also, I know a good outsider but I don't know if he's riding or not. Luis Leon Sanchez - awesome climber. Won me a lot of money last night winning the last stage of Paris-Nice.
I'm liking the odds of Cunego @ 17 aswell. Very nice.
Don't forget also that they have re-opened operation puerto. So the chances of Valverde riding the tour could be diminished too as he is linked to it. He sucks anyway when the spotlight is on him but still, take that into considerations.
If Rogers did dope in 2006, it will come out before the tour and thus Kirchen will be High Road's leader.
If it is proven Valverde was linked with Operation Puerto, it again will come out before the tour.
I have question marks over both those riders starting this years race.