Twisted Spoke Malware hack. Was it McQuaid?

Did McQuaid try to shut down Twisted Spoke?

Thanks to all those readers who quickly alerted me to the trouble with the Twisted Spoke website. And right in the middle of the US Pro Cycling Challenge and me loaded with stories to tell. After talking with my web guy, he assures me that he has fixed the issue and you can ignore the warnings.

He has re-submitted the site to Google which should remove the generic warning in a day or three. There is no danger to report but we are checking into the possibility that the evil Patrick McQuaid, head numbskull at the UCI, may be behind this cyber-attack.

The other possibility is that at long last, Lance Armstrong has read a few of our critical but humorous posts on the Landis doping allegations and destruction of the greatest sports legend of our time.

I am working closely with Interpol to determine who the identity of the guilty parties.

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  • Franck

    For the past few months I have been following your website and I must say that it didn't surprise me that finally someone shut you down. You see my friend this sort of humorous non conformism cannot be tolerated in the world of pro cycling. Pat probably brought back Hein Verbruggen, since he is the real Don in the corporation, to make you an offer that you couldn't refuse. My guess is that the Headset of your favorite bike covered in ball bearing grime that the UCI grease monkey left in your bed sheets, was not enough to scare you off so they've decided to go one up. Now, maybe, that'll put some sense in you and at last you will stop the rumors against LA and the UCI. If not I'm afraid of what they could do to you next…

    • Franck, I'm back up, no site are warnings. Google loves me more than McQuiad or Armstrong. Matt

      • Franck

        Let's get together soon for a season debriefing.

  • IdeaStormer Jorge

    Gotta love the modern browsers that block infected sites! And do believe the warnings!

    As for the source I doubt it was the UCI, they're too busy de-hacking their site, right?