Pre Tour de France Stages to feature stabilisers

Written by Ella Davide

Monday, 9 February 2015

Top World Cyclists are, incredibly, to use bikes with stabilisers..

Stabilisers are a device associated with small children learning to balance on a two-wheeler.

Sir Bradley Wigan, Tour De France Champion, says the move is 'the business' in that it will help encourage cycling success in very young cyclists.

Asked if the idea of grown-up World Cycling Competitors attempting the Alpes D'Huez Climb, on a stabilized bike, was feasible, Sir Wigan said : ''It's total bullshit, but we Sports Professionals will sign up to anything, nowadays.''

Other Sports Propositions include the Overweight Winter Olympics Cresta Run, open only to Obese people, who use their formidable weight, not skill to control the direction of the sled.

Controversial, but likely to get high ratings, says Brett Macclooney, a Hollywood Producer , who hasn't a clue about sport

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