By now it should be clear that Lance Armstrong does not care what you think of him, and in a series of recent interviews with the BBC he reinforced that again with his ongoing take on doping in cycling.
However, this time he's taken that to another level with an appearance in the latest Future User music video produced by Rage Against the Machine bassist Tim Commerford that challenges how you think about doping.
The video, called Mountain Lion, is visually designed to shock but highlights what Commerford says is the hypocrisy and outrage surrounding performance enhancing drugs.
This year's Santos Tour Down Under has seen its share of superhuman feats, but if the final stage told us anything, it's that sometimes less is more, writes Anthony Tan from Adelaide, South Australia.
It could have gone either way.
Had Richie Porte, without doubt the strongest rider in this year's race, timed his moment 500-700 metres later on Paracombe, he, not Rohan Dennis, would have be wearing ochre Sunday in Adelaide.
Cadel Evans' decision to hang up his wheels was not as clear cut as one might have imagined, writes Anthony Tan from Willunga Hill, South Australia, following the fifth stage of the Santos Tour Down Under.
"Most of all, from a young age, when I started riding, I always thought that I want to step out of the sport without any regrets.
"I wouldn't say it (retirement) was initially easy to accept, but when I accepted that I'm going to stop racing at a high level, the reason (I did) was because I'm not going to actually have any regrets."
It worked a treat for two years with unabashed success in stage races; for one reason or another, it's stopped working. Depending on how events unfold at the 2015 Santos Tour Down Under, it may be time to rewrite the manual from the Book of Sky, writes Anthony Tan from Mount Barker, South Australia.
What we saw yesterday en route to Paracombe were typical tactics from the Team Sky Handbook.
Since Bradley Wiggins' superlative 2012 season, where he won Paris-Nice, Tour de Romandie, Critérium du Dauphiné, and of course, the Tour de France, these typical tactics have been employed to devastating effect.
Have we just seen our overall race winner? Atop Paracombe, Anthony Tan relives what he believes will be the defining stage of this year's Santos Tour Down Under.
"I'll think we'll have a much better indication after today. I think today's stage is the queen stage of the tour. It's a lot harder than the Willunga (Hill stage), and they'll be bigger splits today than Willunga."
So said Orica-GreenEDGE Matt White this morning in Norwood, asked if yesterday's stage to Stirling provided a clue as to who might win the 17th edition of the Tour Down Under.