Want to know what cyclers tweet during the tour?

18.08.2014

We’ve got good news for you. Just like last year we have put together list of Baltic Chain Tour riders who use Twitter. Following the riders will give you great overview about their thoughts of the tour. Some of the riders are already very popular, others are still seeking for popularity. Why not helping them out and start following?

List of riders who use Twitter with links to their accounts:

Mathieu van der Poel 8828 (BKCP – Powerplus)

David Van der Poel 4146 (BKCP – Powerplus)

Philipp Walsleben 3761 (BKCP – Powerplus)

Wietse Bosmans 1618 (BKCP – Powerplus)

Ryan_Sherlock 1481 (Top Team)

Andžs Flaksis 579 (Rietumu – Delfin)

Phan Åge Haugård 434 (Froy – Bianchi)

Māris Bogdanovičs 423 (Alpha – Baltic / Unitymarathons.com)

Hoeyberghs Daan 414 (BKCP – Powerplus)

Andris Smirnovs 392 (Rietumu – Delfin)

Andris Vosekalns 364 (Rietumu – Delfin)

Kristis Neilands 263 (Rietumu – Delfin)

Emils Liepinš, 442 (Rietumu – Delfin)

Mihkel Räim 240 (SJK Viiking)

Oskar Nisu 213 (Team Estonia)

Reijo Puhm 188 (SJK Viiking)

Viktor Manakov 182 (Itera – Katusha)

Endrik Puntso 173 (SJK Viiking)

Martin Laas 172 (SJK Viiking)

Timmo Jeret 171 (Team Estonia)

Phil Bauhaus 167 (Team Stölting)

Gert Kivistik 162 (Team Estonia)

Indulis bekmanis 150 (Alpha – Baltic / Unitymarathons.com)

Dominik Hrinkow 143 (Tirol Cycling Team)

Ivan Balykin 139 (Team Russia)

Mārtiņš Savickis 121 (Alpha – Baltic / Unitymarathons.com)

Henrik Evensen 110 (Froy – Bianchi)

Martin Weiss 101 (Tirol Cycling Team)

Maxim Razumov 97 (Itera – Katusha)

Lucas Liss 81 (Team Stölting)

Nils Politt 71 (Team Stölting)

Alexander Wachter 62 (Tirol Cycling Team)

Maximilian Beyer 59 (Team Germany)

Darijus Džervus 55 (Team Lithuania)

Jan Oelerich 49 (Team Stölting)

Deividas Vileniškis 47 (Top Team)

Tord A. Sundhagen 31 (Froy – Bianchi)

BCT’17 stage 1: Vilnius – Panevėžys

BCT’17 stage 2: Jelgava – Sigulda

BCT’17 stage 3: Tartu – Tallinn

BCT’17 stage 4: Helsinki – Porvoo – Helsinki