Originally Posted by WoodDraw
I don't think they're cheaters; I think it's wrong to associate a club with an organization that exists because someone cheated at a sport, to the detriment of everyone else.
I don't think it's going to negatively impact the club though, so I'm not sure where your argument is coming from. You're looking at it as a business situation, which I find odd.
Oh, on a moral argument position? Well, I find it really silly to have a position of "this man maybe cheated a riding a bicycle faster than other people who maybe cheated too, so that morally invalidates the $500 million
that has been raised for cancer research."
Is the integrity of some people riding bicycles worth spoiling if it means significant benefits towards medical research? I'd say yes.