Donald Trump's election as US president has shocked the world and figures from cycling have taken to Twitter to express their reaction.
Trump's surprise victory over Hillary Clinton has caused a social media meltdown and cyclists and figures from the sport have been quick to add their thoughts too.
Most important thing first: does this mean the Tour de Trump will make a comeback?
If Brexit and Trump can happen, why can't Roy win next year's Tour de France?
Translated: "after a US election, I will be the next winner of the... So I start training... 🙈🙉🙊"
Alex Dowsett quite likes the thought of living on a small island inhabited by venomous stakes.
And Dr Hutch wouldn't mind being a dino.
But cycling's former maverick owner is utterly elated.
Taylor Phinney, who backed Clinton, certainly doesn't share Tinkov's best wishes.
And One Pro Cycling's owner Matt Prior echoes Phinney.
Annette Edmondson isn't too happy, too.
As for Tejay van Garderen, well, he is just bewildered.
Alex Howes wants to know the answer to a question. Here it is: Yes, Alex, yes your country did just Brexit-plus-plus-plus.
But fear not: Cannondale-Drapac manager Jonathan Vaughters is on hand with advice.
As is Phil Gaimon. Though he immediately wished his choice of words was different.
And, finally, if you're scared about the future, just think who could have had the keys to the White House.
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Chris first started writing for Cycling Weekly in 2013 on work experience and has since become a regular name in the magazine and on the website. Reporting from races, long interviews with riders from the peloton and riding features drive his love of writing about all things two wheels.
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