FITCHBURG (CBS) — Video taken at a a bike race in Fitchburg on Sunday shows one rider hitting another on the ground.

A Sentinel & Enterprise reporter captured the altercation at the Longsjo Classic on camera just after the men crossed the finish line.

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It’s not clear yet what started the fight, but both cyclists involved did speak to police. Neither needed medical treatment, and no charges are being filed.

“The Fitchburg Police Department believes that this incident occurred within the confines of a sporting event and agrees that any possible sanctions will be most effectively meted out by USA Cycling,” police said in a statement.

Watch The Video (From The Sentinel & Enterprise)

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The Sentinel & Enterprise reports that the man doing the punching has been dropped by his racing team.

The bicyclist who allegedly knocked the other rider to the ground issued an apology on his Facebook page.

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“I, Jerome Townsend, would like to apologize for my actions following the 2015 Fitchburg Longsjo Classic Criterium,” he says. “I acted in a way that is detrimental to my team, and my sport. I hope that people do not blame my team (BikeReg.com Elite Cycling Team), the race or its staff, or the city of Fitchburg in general for my actions as it was me who acted poorly.”