ethical conduct

“If money is big enough, why not?” was the response to a 60-minutes investigator who asked Stefano Varjas, an inventor from Budapest, Hungary, about whether he would sell his invention, a motorized bicycle accessory, to clients who intended to cheat in bike races.  (Click here for the segment entitled “Enhancing the Bike” aired 1/29/17.)   The investigator was specifically talking about racers of the Tour de France. And while Varjas would not say if he directly sold the motor to athletes directly, he said cannot say what his clients do with his motor.  He also said he knew racers had used it and he participated in investigations of athletes in both the Tour de France and the Olympics. According to →

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