Looking at professional cycling through the prism of dope allegations against Lance Armstrong. And asking: how is it that people can be interested in watching cyclist do their stuff?
In this study of cycling Stirring trouble takes a critical approach to the beliefs about dope as an extension of cycling. Recent reports have shown that many boards are very tough on finding famous cyclists who use drugs, often this is not the case. In fact many cyclists have trained all year to win a race.
The example used to justify the case is Lance Armstrong a historical winner of Tour De France and other popular races.
If you are a cyclist or just someone curious to know more about what is going on with cycling, or just a passive audience curious about the topic of cycling and dope testing then go over to *Stirring Trouble Internationally.
ACCUSATIONS, CYCLING, DOPE, LANCE ARMSTRONG