Despite winning Sunday's uphill sprint to Cherbourg on Sunday, Peter Sagan lamented that many riders at the Tour de France had "lost their brains" and were taking too many risks, especially in the finales of stages. Dimension Data's Bernhard Eisel, one of the most experienced riders in the race and one of the senators in the peloton, agrees with the world champion, telling Cyclingnews on Monday that the situation "is just getting ridiculous".
Sagan finished third on stage 1 to Utah Beach and won Sunday's stage 2 on the climb above Cherbourg, pulling on the yellow jersey, but he took time to explain how a lack of respect amongst teams and riders has raised the risk of crashes.
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