Celtic fans have been pictured with UCI cycling stars as multiple athletes gather at city centre cafe.

The moment happened on Saturday morning at the Outlier cafe when the cyclists were training for the Men's Elite Race on Sunday.

The Australian UCI cycling championship stars stopped outside the London Road cafe after Celtic fans cheered on the group.

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The business was at the heart of a "wholesome" moment as the Australian cycling team stopped in for coffee after Celtic fans shouted "coffee" as they passed.

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Shop owner, Steven Turner, said that moment was "unreal" but also so natural as everyone chatted in his cafe.

He said: "The full morning was great and it was so exciting to see happen in the cafe.

"It all came about as a few fans shouted "coffee" when the cyclists were passing and they just pulled up and came in.

"Everyone was getting on and having a bit of banter in the cafe. It all felt very natural and wholesome seeing everyone get on.

“It was also crazy seeing bikes worth around a total of £100,000 just chilling out the front of the shop.”

And it is not the first time that the elite cycling experience has been in the cafe with the cafe's head of coffee, Tony Lee Johnson, having previously worked as a physio for cycling outfit Team Sky.

General manager, Leon Cerrone, was also once the face of Rapha Cycling brand before working at Outlier. 

Steven added: "It is a great coincidence as the business has a steep history in cycling with some of our team members having experience in the field

"Our head of coffee, Tony, was previously the physio for Team Sky as well as general manager, Leon, once being the face of Rapha.

"So they were well aware of who most of the guys were when they came in."

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It was not only the Australian team who stopped into the business, with the New Zealand team also fancying some Glaswegian coffee.

Steven added that the full experience was overwhelming but was glad to see that the cycling stars could take time out of their training to chat to people.

The city centre cafe will also be hosting an upcoming exhibition called - ‘On Yer Bike Collective’ - which will be on with a collection of artworks and photographs documenting the Glasgow fixed gear cycling scene 

It will run from Wednesday, August 9 until Sunday, August 13.