Yeah. We just did a new deal, and it was–
Yeah, and I'm retired.
You know how much Arnold Palmer makes a year?
Do you think at all about where you want to be when you're 54?
Ugh. No. Hopefully alive. In 20 years my kids will be out of college. I don't think about those things.
Do you ever imagine going back and doing a triathlon?
Yeah. For sure. I would actually be more inclined to do an Xterra, an off-road triathlon. That's with a mountain-bike course and a trail run.
Are you tempted by the Ironman?
You've been there, done that, and...
No, I mean I'm too busy to train. They asked me, on a competitive level, "Do you want to go back and win the Ironman?" [Laughs] I'm like, "Wait a minute." I mean, people forget that I'm an old guy for these sports. I mean for cycling. Last year I was the oldest guy to win the Tour in more than half a century.
Do you want your kids to be pro athletes?
Uh, well, with two daughters... I mean, they wouldn't talk about being an athlete. But my son now wants to win the Tour de France.
Well, gene pool counts.