France's national anti-doping agency (AFLD) on Wednesday offered Armstrong an analysis of his samples from the 1999 Tour "to prove his good faith," French sports newspaper L'Equipe reported.
However, Armstrong, who is coming out of retirement to return to competitive cycling with Team Astana next year, believes any such test would be meaningless.
"In 2005, some research was conducted on urine samples left over from the 1998 and 1999 Tours de France," the 37-year-old American said in a statement on Wednesday.
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