The Tour de France star stuns with a hilarious X-RATED promo for his clothing sponsor: ‘I’ve grown 6cm since I started wearing them’
- Magnus Cort has made headlines at the Tour de France this season
- His skills recently included winning a key stage in the Alps
- Now, Cort has burst into the spotlight for a different reason, with a hilarious Insta post
- He gives his sponsor some love in a hilarious, rambling post on the platform
There are athletes who compliment their sponsors and promoters – and then there’s Danish cyclist Magnus Cort.
That Tour de France Competitor recently signed on with London-based skateboard and apparel brand Palace Skateboards.
Cort rides for the UCI WorldTeam EF Education–EasyPost and recently clinched a narrow win over Nick Schultz on the mountain stage of the world’s most famous cycle race.
He also took the time to show some love to his sponsor in a really weird, sometimes cheeky and sometimes downright confusing post on Instagram.
An image of Magnus Cort’s post he warned about may be deleted in the future
The post went beyond a simple label while wearing the sponsor’s product, as Cort said the clothing enhanced his mood, performance and even his sexual prowess.
‘After I started using the #palaceskateboards [Palace Skateboards] Clothing has completely changed my life,” he wrote.
“I’ve never liked farm animals with 4 legs, horses, pigs, cows, sheep, I’ve always been afraid of them, kind of a phobia, but after I started using #palaceskateboards I’m not afraid of them anymore, actually I love them her and can’t get enough of it.
Cort pedals the Col du Galibier during stage 12 of the 109th Tour de France
“I’ve also gotten nicer skin and gotten weirdly taller, yes it sounds amazing, but I kind of grew 6cm taller after I started using #Palaces.
“And then I also have a harder erection, many women and men noticed that, I’m telling you!!!”
Cort later replaced “erection” with “e%#+£~#%^*” — and even knocked out his manager, Jonathan Vaughters.
Cort crosses the finish line and wins the tenth stage of the 148.5km Tour de France
“This post is for @jvaughters [former professional racing cyclist and current manager of UCI WorldTeam EF Education–EasyPost Vaughters] who wanted to bring back one of my posts from a few years ago, which I unfortunately had to delete at the time,” he continued.
“But luckily we have a little more to the seal here at EF.”