Landis' success has been the story of the month so far, or one of them, and perhaps a lesser indicator of the future than Boonen's indomitable strength. Still, Paris-Nice is a Pro Tour race, so presumably Landis isn't the only one trying to win. If nothing else, we know he's done his homework.
CyclingNews.com runs an interview with the man of the hour. He indicates that his participation in the Giro will be strictly for race miles. Landis is making a play for the Tour. Is this better training than Vino's Lance-like solitary preparation? Just two more of the 5,000 storylines going into this July.