When first asked a couple of weeks ago about the decision in the Floyd Landis case, Lance Armstrong basically implied that he didn't keep up with cycling anymore and that he didn't have time to look at it.
Now, in a new interview released yesterday, Armstrong blasts the decision of the arbitration panel and states that he feels that Landis would have been exonerated by a jury.
It's about time he spoke up. He may be focused on finding a cure for cancer, but he needs to recognize that for most Americans, he is the person that comes to mind when they think about professional cycling.
"Bikes I Love" will be an ongoing feature of Bike World. I'll be posting overviews of race bikes, and trying to look at a variety of news sources and reviews to give a good overall impression of the bike. I'm calling these overviews, not reviews, as I'm not in the position to get my hands on most bikes at this point.
That said, I'm going to start this feature with a review of the Flyte SRS-2. In this case, I can call it a review as I actually own and ride this bike.
Here's how I have the bike set up: 54 cm Flyte SRS-2 Reynolds Ouzo Comp fork Flyte stem (90mm) Airborne OS anatomic handlebar Tacx bottle cages Ultegra brakes 105 shifters Ultegra front derailleur 105 rear derailleur 105 cranks Generic carbon fiber seatpost Selle Italia saddle Look Keo Classic pedals Alex DA-28 wheelset Michelin Dynamic tires
I purchased my SRS-2 frame directly from Flyte in the Spring of 2006. I was fortunate to work about 4 miles from their former office. The frame was on sale in their "…