I'm slightly confused by the post given that nobody was criticising Doc as a person, or as the exceptional bike designer he was and hopefully still is. But at the time you wrote that piece there was a lot of shit talk floating around the industry about the company, the split, and those involved in it. The Superco piece did read as quite negative towards BMW, which was disappointing to fans of the company as a whole, and fans of both Doc and Joe. It came across as though Joe didn't deserve as much credit as many people feel he 'also' did. But as you say, it was meant to be about Superco, not BMW.
And as you were Doc's partner it obviously was going to read as quite biased to fans. But there was no intended attack on either you or Doc.
Having owned 6 Brooklyns, including a race link, a big link, and a big air bmx, I was a huge fan of the company and all those involved. I still consider Ged a good friend too.
I still see it as a huge shame that the Silencer never got a full production run, as it would have been awesome to see Doc finally realise his full design dream without being held back by anything.
I apologise if my comments upset you, it was never intended, and they certainly weren't intended to be misogynistic either.
I hope both yourself and Doc are doing well.