The Cicloturista Condaca Salmor Bike event in El Hierro is the latest race to fall victim to clueless spectators stepping in the way of the race, causing an accident.

A few seconds into a video shared to Twitter, the about-to-be winner of the race is coming through his final stretch. Shortly before he comes closer to the camera, a spectator runs across the road successfully with no issue.

However, just as the cyclist is about to pass the group of spectators, another spectator decided it was a good time to cross, stepping out in front of the rider and immediately being hit.

The cyclist was almost to the end of a 55-mile race, only to be cut short just as he was about to cross the line.

Don Lewis via Twitter

According to Cycling Weekly, the rider suffered a "moderate head injury," and the woman who was hit by the rider was treated at the scene, but was later airlifted to a hospital.

Police are investigating the accident.

Now, I'm not a professional cyclist, or a race organizer, but I feel like when you're having a high profile bicycle race with 270 cyclists, you probably should do something to make sure the spectators stay spectators. 

Especially after the "Go Grandma, Go Grandpa" sign chick caused a pileup of a couple dozen racers during the Tour de France, there should be something in place here to protect the racers.

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