to be fair, most books 'written' by cyclists about themselves are dull. 'hunger' by sean kelly is deathly boring.
tyler hamilton's was good, but partly because of the specific story he had. plus, he had a good writer.
they're merely seeing what they want to see.
"we conclude that the infectivity of some asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 carriers might be weak. "
that's about as far from a smoking gun as you can get, were you looking for evidence of some conspiracy,
i would like to think of this as the final sting of a dying wasp, but then i like to think i'm not *that* naive.
i do like to think he's lost the room, though. that seems to be the modern way of phrasing it.
yeah, simon lloyd, i'd heard him mention it in one of their videos a couple of years ago.
some of the stuff GCN has been doing in lockdown is good; conor dunne's brother in law is emerging as a star. e.g.