I've just read your link to the most ill informed piece of writing i've had the displeasure of reading. He really looks like a guy who's endured some of the more physical of sports too doesn't he. Utter K++bhead!
what actually did Wiggins achieve?
He won two time trials and finished in the pack in every other stage. He clearly wasnâ€™t the best rider in the mountains (where the men are traditionally sorted from the boys) as another Brit, Chris Froome, had to keep waiting for him.
So I guess Indurain was a lightweight too, and even Armstrong to a certain extent then?
Iâ€™m just hoping Jessica Ennis wins the Olympic heptathlon so we wonâ€™t have the go through the whole â€˜cycling is kingâ€™ argument at the end of the sporting year.
Yeah, lets try and eclipse the fact that one more medal for Wiggins makes him officially the largest haul Olympian in British history with a sport where you are a jack of all trades and master of none like the Heptathlon or Decathlon. I've nothing against either of those disciplines, but does he really have any compunction as to the sacrifice and effort riding s bike through tour after tour to this level takes?
I'll bet the beer swilling, fag smoking backwater redrag chip paper writer has never even tried to ride a bike further than the extent of his knoweldge of cycling.
I wish i'd never read it!!!!