31 of the best cyclist tweets from 2015: Ian Bibby, Geraint Thomas, Alex Dowsett and more

31 tweets that caught our eye last year from the professional peloton

We saw some cracking tweets last year by riders past and present, but we cant showcase them all. Here is our look at 31 of the best we spotted in 2015

1. Geraint Thomas has some thoughtful friends

2. Mark Cavendish compares his roomate to his child

3. Marco Pinotti wins the award for most interesting tweet of the year

4. Ian Bibby was a regular on Tweets of the Week last year. This is why…

5. Chris Hoy had some interesting train journeys in 2015

6. Geraint Thomas shared this gem

7. Sir Bradley Wiggins was on fine form ahead of the Tour de Yorkshire

8. Mike Cuming makes light of Vincenzo Nibali’s disqualification from the Vuelta

9. Ryan Mullen reacts to the news that Gabriel Evans took EPO

10. The prize money for Milan-San Remo doesn’t stretch very far

11. Philip Deignan reveals the real reason why fiancée Lizzie Armitstead cried when winning the World Championships

12. Chris HOY got a lot of abuse directed at football referee Chris FOY

13. Every cloud…

14. Jens Voigt shoehorns his catchphrase into every Twitter trend

15. There are no words for the message Thomas Dekker received

16. Cannondale’s Charly Wegelius had trouble calling one of his riders

17. Dan Craven learned a bit late about his linguistic faux pas

18. Mick Rogers’ bum was leaking

19. Phwoar!

20. Peter Sagan had some fun at the end of the Tour de France

21. Alex Dowsett busts some chops

22. Paul Voss is a hard name to spell

23. Cav gives some advice to those with bowel issues

24. Rudi Selig got a bit muddy in Belgium

25. Andy Schleck’s son was as surprised to see his dad on the television as everyone else was

26. Sagan made light of all his second-place finishes

27. The translation of Luca Paolini’s apology for testing positive for cocaine was a little unfortunate

28. Thomas de Gendt wasn’t looking forward to one of the mountainous stages at the Tour de France

29. No, it wasn’t April Fools Day

30. Michal Kwiatkowski ruined Craig Lewis’s day

31. And finally…

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