Tweets of the week: Pidcock has 'excitement between his legs', big glasses of Amstel, and a dog at a bike race

It never ends. Trust me, it never ends

Tweets of the Weeks
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A slightly later-than-planned tweets of the week, sorry, that damn racing got in the way again. The good news for us, and for you as a result, is that racing means more content! And that is what we all want: content.

As Arcade Fire once sang: "Infinite content, infinite content, we're infinitely content." So I hope this makes you infinitely content, which it will do, because who doesn't like looking at a roundup of social media content that you might already have seen? 

Today, there is a lot of posting from the Amstel Gold Race to consider, alongside some slightly older things that we should have written about last week, but we ran out of time. Enjoy.

PS I'm looking forward to Arcade Fire's new album, if you're reading this, Win Butler, please send me gig tickets.

1. Geraint Thomas loses his nappies on a plane, and gets a random man's underwear as a result

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2. Tim Merlier: well well well, if it isn't the consequences of my actions

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3. Fred Wright's dad absolutely loves it. He was at the Tour of Flanders supporting his son to an incredible eight place, blowing his mind in the process

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4. Continuing the Tour of Flanders theme, take a look at this dog that was at the start of the women's race in Oudenaarde. He was called Tubs, as I found out with investigative journalism (asking the owner) and is a good boy

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5. Mihkel Räim is just trying to live his life as Estonian champion, why does The Man keep trying to get him down?

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6. Onto our Dutch content, Adam Blythe divulges some unexpected information about Tom Pidcock during the Amstel Gold Race

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7. Oliver Naesen gets very excited about his AG2R Citroën teammate Benoît Cosnefroy winning the Amstel Gold Race

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8. Oliver Naesen realises that his AG2R Citroën teammate Benoît Cosnefroy did not, in fact, win the Amstel Gold Race

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9. Laurens de Plus piles the misery on Oliver Naesen, as his Ineos Grenadiers teammate Michał Kwiatkowski was the actual winner of the Amstel Gold Race

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10. Cosnefroy will be thinking about how happy he was in this moment for the rest of his cycling career, probably

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11. Did you know that Kwiatkowski is actually smaller than a pint of Amstel? Weird but true. Pinarello have to specially make his bike

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12. And finally... Marta Cavalli looks so delighted with her multiple pints of Amstel. Imagine ordering one of these at your local. It would surely cost £50? I don't know, you would probably have to supply the glass yourself

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Adam Becket
Senior news and features writer

Adam is Cycling Weekly’s senior news and feature writer – his greatest love is road racing but as long as he is cycling on tarmac, he's happy. Before joining Cycling Weekly he spent two years writing for Procycling, where he interviewed riders and wrote about racing, speaking to people as varied as Demi Vollering to Philippe Gilbert. Before cycling took over his professional life, he covered ecclesiastical matters at the world’s largest Anglican newspaper and politics at Business Insider. Don't ask how that is related to cycling.