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Old 01-22-2013, 08:56 PM   #247
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@Purple Rainbow
Since you seem to know alot about cycling, wasn't it proven that the performance gains during the past 2 decades cannot be explained by equipment evolution and better training and nourishment, alone?

If the field was completely clean, would the top guys be the same, or are there actually very good cyclists not doping in a field of dopers (if there is any way to know)?

Personally I don't mind doping in cycling as long as all the ones that matter are doing it, since it allows for more spectacle in the mountain stages.
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