Guillaume Martin: I wouldn't put my hand in the fire to say the whole peloton is clean

Guillaume Martin Cofidis 2020 Tour de France
Cofidis climber Guillaume Martin rides to the finish at Puy Mary on stage 13 of the Tour de France (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)

Cofidis rider Guillaume Martin has said that he "wouldn't put his hand in the fire" to declare the current peloton clean after several former pros raised doubts about the credibility of the high level of racing at the Tour de France.

The Frenchman, who finished 11th at the Tour having been in podium contention midway through, made the comments in an interview with Le Parisien following remarks from Christophe Bassons and Stephané Heulot over the past week.

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