Here are our top picked tweets from the last week in the world of cycling

As we all know, cyclists and Twitter is often a fantastic combination, allowing the fans a behind the scenes look at what goes on in and around the professional peloton. Here are some of the tweets that caught our eye this week, including ones from Dries Devenyns, Alex Dowsett and Alex Howes.

1. Not a bad 20-minute effort from Alex Dowsett in the Tirreno-Adriatico team time trial.

2. Might miss out on an Oscar, Brad, but it’s certainly BAFTA-worthy.

Oscar winning performance from myself this morning #frankspencer #sportrelief

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3. Hands up if you do this? *raises hand*

4. A niche joke after the cancellation of stage three of Paris-Nice because of snow, but a good one if you know your 80s Italian skiers.

5. Dan Martin has a practical solution to the weather issues at this time of year.

6. It’s official: Cannondale riders are tougher than Trek-Segafredo riders…

7. Not much aerodynamic advantage for Connor Dunne here.

8. Winner: Luke Rowe.

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9. We’ve shown you this before, but it’s still pretty remarkable.

10. Jens Voigt is in San Francisco and his first stop was In-n-Out Burger, but did he go for the secret menu?

11.  We don’t often feature BMX on this site, but it’s Liam Phillips’s birthday today and this is a really good video.

  • J1

    I don’t get the egg tweet, you put the eggs in a bowl with the milk/butter, whatever you like and then microwave it?

    How is Phil G making them?

  • Shane in Wonderland

    I am not a chef nor a hungry cyclist hurried for protein. Although I do know for 3 generations of my family paternal and maternal which lands late 1800’s we have always broken eggs into a bowl to remove the little white stringy umbilical type deal attached to the yoke, we toss that. We just do, I don’t know why. I should have asked my ancestors, now they are all dead, and I am still not eating that stringy thing. That is one reason for the bowl. I am also aware of added ingredients that folks prefer like milk that stir in well with the bowl first method. Phil Gaimon is such a good rider and fabulous blogger with nice writing skills, maybe he’s really onto something that needs a closer look, or maybe not. Go Phil, race until you are a hundred years old. Every minute of your career has brought me and many great joy and excitement. We love us some Phil Gaimon, scrambled eggs direct to skillet. Why not?

  • ummm…

    how can they expect to make fluffy eggs without a proper scrambling bowl? I have mine hanging next to the bed.

  • blemcooper

    If you’re just “stirring” eggs, “you’re doing it wrong” if your goal is to make scrambled eggs. As the tweeted photo shows, if you just stir the eggs, you end up with chunks of egg whites among your dense scrambled eggs. If you like your eggs that way, that’s fine.