PhilipPirrip wrote:PBlakeney wrote:PhilipPirrip wrote:PBlakeney wrote:PhilipPirrip wrote:PBlakeney wrote:PhilipPirrip wrote:The fact is no one person or group owns the whole of cycling and gets to dictate what the whole of cycling should be.
The UCI might disagree regarding professional racing.
I did say the whole of cycling. The UCI don't control the whole of cycling.
They do however control professional racing. Which is where this thread was heading.
You took a sample of my post and took it out of context, I gave it back it's original context. Does the UCI control the whole of cycling? No. It's not that hard to understand and acccept.
The thread can go wherever we take it. Most recently it's been about tournament gaming.
Which in cycling is Zwift. Which is controlled by the UCI.
I get it. I really do.
I made a statement of fact and, for whatever reason, you can't understand or accept it, instead repeating the same out of context line.
Does the UCI control the whole of cycling? No. No-one controls the whole of cycling.
You are quite right. No one controls what I do on my bike. (Laws withstanding).
But the UCI effectively controls professional cycling gaming, i.e. this thread.
No one controls what music I listen to either. That is about as relevant to this thread as your point.