In my latest blog post, I've delved into the controversial topic of why some cyclists resort to cheating. It seems that the high pressure to perform, coupled with the intense competition in professional cycling, can sometimes lead athletes down the wrong path. Use of performance-enhancing drugs, mechanical doping, and even taking shortcuts are some of the common methods used to gain an unfair advantage. It's a complex issue that tarnishes the sport's reputation and begs for stricter regulations. Despite this, it's important to remember that not all cyclists cheat, and many adhere to the rules and the spirit of the sport.