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Do you want a Sagan for your Lego collection?

The post is very popular on Facebook.

Cyclist Peter Sagan is one of the Slovak athletes who lives in Monaco.(Source: AP/TASR)

Slovak cyclist Peter Sagan has confirmed on several occasions he is a big road cycling star.

Apart from cycling, he has become popular in other areas, the Sme daily reported.

For example, a school yard in Norway bears his name. Moreover, when you say abroad you that come from Slovakia, many people are aware that Sagan represents the country.

Most recently, the Facebook fanpage We Love Cycling published a post saying that fans can obtain Sagan’s own Lego figure. The figure wears a Bora-Hansgrohe team jersey and the beard the cyclist’s wearing this season.

The post has become very popular on the social network.

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