Floyd Landis (Photo credit should read JACK GUEZ/AFP/Getty Images)
Floyd Landis wore concealed recorders during a meeting with team owner Michael Ball
So what's the story?
Floyd Landis, who was stripped of his 2006 Tour de France title for doping but had always denied cheating, sent a series of e-mails to cycling officials and sponsors acknowledging and detailing his long-term use of banned drugs. He also alleged Lance Armstrong and other cyclists were dirty too.
A helping hand?
Disgraced cyclist Floyd Landis (right), says his old teammate -- Lance Armstrong (left) -- helped teach him the ins and outs of PEDs. Armstrong has never failed a drug test despite being dogged by accusations and rumors for years.
Not so fast
Floyd Landis served a two-year ban after testing positive for elevated testosterone levels at the 2006 Tour.
Floyd Landis has lost most of his money in a futile effort to prove he won the Tour de France fair and square.
Still in denial?
Though Floyd Landis still says he was clean during his stripped Tour de France title in 2006, he does admit to systematic doping for much of the rest of his career.
Floyd Landis allegedly names Levi Leipheimer (pictured) in his emails detailing doping in cycling.
Floyd Landis also says Johan Bruyneel, pictured, was involved in doping as Lance Armstrong's long-time coach.
David Zabriskie (picture) is one of the other cyclists named as an alleged PED user in Floyd Landis' emails.
While Floyd Landis creates a stir, Lance Armstrong is still busy racing. He's seen here training for a race in April and is currently participating in the Tour de California. He did not address Landis' claims Thursday morning.
International Cycling Union president Pat McQuaid said Landis' allegations were "scandalous and mischievous." He added "These guys coming out now with things like this from the past is only damaging the sport. If they've any love for the sport they wouldn't do it."