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Asked about an alternative, he said: "Cycling will never die it will just simmer. Zero growth. Sponsors leaving, races cancelled -- this we are seeing.
"This current state of chaos and petty bullshit, tit for tat, etc, will just ensure that cycling goes flat or negative for a decade plus. Which is a real shame for the current crop of young pros the sport has."
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