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He's been strippped of his Tour Des France medal and he just stepped down as chairman of his "Live Strong" cancer charity.

 

This follows Nike's announcement it will no longer endorse Armstrong due to insurmountable evidence Armstrong was doping.

 

Bend's Gary Bonacker who is an avid biker and is also a cancer survivor says it's sad, it's come to this.

"You know ultimately, it's disappointing.  Lying is a bad thing.  I have a little girl and you teach kids not to lie.  And here's a guy who lied.  And he essentially still hasn't come clean.  He's doing the things he needs to do.

 

Bonacker is the founder of the "Tour Des Chutes" race that raises money to help fight cancer.

 

He started the ride in 2005, after surviving brain cancer.

 

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