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It wasn't quite at the end of the stage but carpet tacks were strune across the road atop of the final climb of the day causing many cyclists to suffer punctures.

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What caused mayhem at the end of the 14th stage of the 2012 tour de France?

It wasn't quite at the end of the stage but carpet tacks were thrown on the road by a spectator, causing flat tires for around 30 riders. This caused the group containing race leader, Bradley Wiggins, to stay neutral and wait for Cadel Evans. Evans had to change tires 3 times due to punctures and was in contention for the overall lead.

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the 14th of July is Bastille Day in France and a national holiday.

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