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Peter Sagan’s guardian angel?

July 4, 2012

Peter Sagan (Liquigas-Cannondale) wins stage 2 of the 2012 Amgen Tour of California

Parts 1 and 2 of “Guess who: pro-cyclist tattoo tales” indicated the answers to which rider wears which tattoo would be revealed in a part 3 of “tattoo tales.”

In light of Peter Sagan’s second Tour de France stage win today — according to The Guardian no first-time TDF competitor has won two stages since 1977 — he deserves special attention.

Sagan is the owner of tattoo #9, angel on a bike, drawn on his left bicep.

Perhaps it represents his guardian angel who helped him remain upright on the bike when others would have eaten asphalt while attempting a tripod when cornering at time trial speed during a TDF prologue?

Tattoo 9, photo from the 2012 Amgen Tour of California, by Mary Topping

Look forward to the next time he raises his arms in a victory salute to see if the camera captures his angel.

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7 Comments
  1. Forget the tiny skid in the prologue… How about when he rolled his tubular in the last turn at the 2011 paris nice?

    • Russell, thanks for sharing this fine Peter Sagan moment. Maybe he didn’t have the tattoo then (she says, with fingers crossed)?

  2. Yay, I got one right! 🙂

  3. Peter Sagan’s tattoo is a temporary tattoo and it is promoting Cyclofemme (I believe the tattoos are available on their website at cyclofemme.com). The logo was designed my Language Department in NYC.

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