The Newest Danger To Tour De France Cyclists: People Taking Selfies
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Other spectators have opted for safer selfies, if they're taking them at all.
American cyclist Tejay van Garderen was vocal on Twitter about his disdain for the phenomenon.
A dangerous mix of vanity and stupidity.........- Tejay van Garderen (@tejay_van) July 6, 2014
Cyclist Geraint Thomas said he's already dodged selfie-takers in the road during the first two stages of the race, reports the BBC. He's described the selfie-takers as ""the new pain in the arse" for riders. "For sure, it was a bit dodgy at times," he said. "The worst thing is when people have got their back to the peloton taking selfies. There were a few. They don't see us coming, they're stood in the road and it's dodgy."
That being said, I love the crowds and thank you for your support. But please give us room. Gonna ice my knee now.- Tejay van Garderen (@tejay_van) July 6, 2014
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