"Driver kept going!" Froome said.
The three-time Tour de France victor and Olympic medalist's bike was left badly damaged after he was struck "on objective by an impatient driver".
Froome posted a photo on Twitter of the damaged bike soon after the crash near his home in Monte Carlo.
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It really makes sense that we are really concentrated on West Ham. I don't think so. "I don't think that has happened". We have got to do it consistently'.
The rider says that the 'impatient driver. followed him onto the pavement, ' but added that he was unharmed in the alledged incident.
He didn't appear to have been hurt, but said that his bike had been "totaled".
The ramming incident occured in the French commune of Beausoleil, near Monaco, where Froome lives.
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Of the 16 bodies that the commission was tasked to recover, Mr Ruddy has been among four people who are yet to be found. The English teacher Seamus Ruddy, 33 and originally from Newry, disappeared in May 1985 while teaching in Paris, France.
Froome's next race is expected to be the Critérium du Dauphiné which runs from Sunday 4th to Sunday 11th June.
Last month, former Giro d'Italia victor Michele Scarponi of the Astana team was killed when he was knocked off his bike by a van while training in Italy.
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