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Post-Armstrong Cycling Australia eats itself alive

Post-Armstrong Cycling Australia eats itself alive

Others in the Cycling Australia network also need to come clean about their participation - in many different ways - in the long-term corruption of Australian cycling. They need to reveal their roles in maintaining the Armstrong conspiracy and their role in inducting others into that system.

Doping in pro-cycling – evil riders, institutionalised corruption, both or neither?

Doping in pro-cycling – evil riders, institutionalised corruption, both or neither?

The New Cycling pathways research project will release it's first report; “I Wish I was Twenty One Today – Beyond Doing in the Australian Peloton”. The report's focus is on the perspectives and experiences of Australian professional cyclists and their cohort as they relate to new directions for their sport. This study engaged with, and ultimately represented the views of those directly affected by anti-doping policy.