Rémi Gaillard is a French humourist who posts his videos on YouTube. He became famous in 2002 when he dressed up as an FC Lorient football player during the Coupe de France. While in disguise, he posed for photographs with the team, signed autographs and shook hands with the president at the time, Jacques Chirac.
In the video below, he got a bunch of mates together to simulate a Tour de France type scene for random cyclists out on their Sunday ride. Complete with Tour de n'importe quoi (Tour of whatever) car and t-shirts, photographers, streakers and screaming fans, the scene strikes the tone of the Tour perfectly.
Gaillar's motto is Cest en faisant n'importe quoi qu'on devient n'importe qui (It's by doing whatever that one becomes whoever). I don't really know what that means, but it's funny shit.