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Who are the riders to follow in the battle to win the attention of the masses?
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Cycling Central

21 Jul 2018 - 8:53 AM  UPDATED 21 Jul 2018 - 9:24 AM

Peter Sagan (BORA-hansgrohe)

@PetoSagan on Twitter

The world champion is the best cyclist in the world, and also arguably the best on social media... even his advertisements are pretty good!

Taylor Phinney (EF Education First-Drapac)

taylorphinney on Instagram, @taylorphinney on Twitter

The new-age cycling hipster always has his own sense of style, flair and understated humour. He also makes sure to grab some ripping images for his Instagram.

Thomas De Gendt (Lotto Soudal)

@DeGendtThomas on Twitter

Not often you'll see a rider respond to many comments on Twitter, but De Gendt is one of the few who consistently engages with the Twittersphere. He even has a go at #toursnacks!

Dan Martin (UAE Team Emirates)

@DanMartin86 on Twitter, danmartin86 on Instagram

The best rider to follow for actual, honest appraisals of how he's going in the race. Hard to see how anyone could fail to like the affable Irishman.

Pawel Poljanski (BORA-Hansgrohe)

p.poljanskiofficial on Instagram

Remember this picture from last year? Well, Pawel Poljanski has a way of finding good images from his Tour de France experience. 

Andre Greipel (Lotto Soudal)

@AndreGreipel on Twitter

The big German has gone home with acute symptoms of mountains pox but he's consistently a top Twitter performer. 

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