Cyclists, neighbors in California town back Landis
MURRIETA, Calif. -- Green and gold signs celebrating Floyd Landis' Tour de France victory still hung by a freeway off-ramp and on the gates of the private community where the cyclist holed up Saturday.
The festive billboards stood in sharp contrast to the doping scandal that has enveloped Landis and heated up Saturday when a second test revealed abnormal testosterone levels, putting his title in jeopardy.
"I don't think he's guilty after knowing the guy, who he is,
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