Tom Danielson's new book - Core Strength for Cycling's Winning Edge

According to Tom's new book, "Core Strength for Cycling's Winning Edge" tells the story of how Danielson was able to use strength training techniques to be a better racer.

Want more, maybe a book and an autograph

Autographing and Lookout Mountain Group Ride
Tom Danielson and Allison Westfahl
Saturday, December 22 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Prestige Imports
9201 W. Colfax Ave.
Lakewood, CO 80215

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With balls that big...

With balls that big, how does he sit on a bike seat. I too thought this was a joke. I think we forget sometimes that these athletes are on trial for cheating...breaking the "rules". They are not on trial for "being a nice guy". Who cares how nice they are. He cheated, lied about it, got caught and now expects people to believe it was "core strength". This guy must have an ego the size of Texas and integrity the size of Rhode Island, as is true for most any athlete who cheats IMO.

I think there is a huge

I think there is a huge distinction between cheating and cheating and trying to destroy people.
Its a sport.
Cheating isn't good by any means but it doesn't meant they should be burned at the stake, which is how some of these posts sound.

Life is seldom black and

Life is seldom black and white, knucklehead.
Not all dopers suck.
Not everyone makes 100% perfect decisions and not all decisions are so simple.
Remember this as you take an extra puff off of your inhaler or cut a cone in your next TT.
In the end, press and forums aside, its about being a decent person.
Is he? Who knows? I'll give Tom, and you, the benefit of the doubt.
He seems like a decent guy.

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