Following on from his disqualification in London, Geraint Thomas went one step further with his crowd antics in Glasgow

Fan favourite Geraint Thomas was once again out to please the crowd in the latest round of the Revolution Series.

The Welshman joined the rest of the competitors for the Longest Lap race in Glasgow’s Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, but chose a different approach to the event.

In the previous round in London, Thomas was disqualified for leaning on the barrier whilst greeting fans and signing autographs, but this time he went a step further.

Rolling up to the crowd, he grabbed a fan’s phone and took a few selfies, much to the phone owner’s clear delight.

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Knowing this spelt the end of his race Thomas made his way off the track. He probably wasn’t too fussed as he’s popular with the crowds wherever he rides, and the Scottish fans cheered his larking around.

Before leaving, however, he made sure to spook teammate Ian Stannard – who looked to be struggling to hold his trackstand anyway.

  • J1

    I suspect he’s awful at trackstands really, it’s funny to watch him not giving a single f**k sometimes though. Stannard was woeful at trackstands too.