A reported 5 million people turned out to watch the first three stages of the Tour de France as it raced through Harrogate, Leeds, York, Sheffield, Cambridge and finished in London, and many of you have been sharing your photos from the roadside.
We asked you last week to share your photos with us by emailing photos [at] road.cc, and dozens of you have so far, and the emails are still flying in. We've picked a handful of the best and most interesting photos we've received so far and we'll update this gallery later in the week. We'll even dish out some socks to the best ones.
This photo of Jensie on the attack on stage one, and the one at the top of the feature, was sent in by Nick Hill.
This absolutely stunning shot was sent to us by Martin Holden, who tells us it was "taken on a small hill just outside Kilnsey, not even a categorised climb, but the crowds were immense and the noise deafening!"
There were hundreds, if not thousands, of bikes painted yellow throughout Yorkshire. This front garden was shot by Darren Firth.
A young fan on Skipton High Street. Photograph Katie Anderson.
A favourite of the fans, Jens Voight was snapped here on the Côte de Grinton Moor by Andrew Cussons.
Cote de Butterrubs was the hardest climb on stage 1, and judging by this photo from Simone Ward, one of the most well attended too.
The Tour de France inspired millions of people of all ages to support the race, as this photo by Stuart Howard-Cofield on Cragg Vale shows.
Mark Cavendish all smiles when Thomas Dwell photographed him.
Kittel straining hard in the yellow jersey over the tough parcours of stage 2, shot outside the The Pedalers Inn by Chantelle Mathews.
Bunting off Skipton High Street by Katie Anderson.
Chris Froome at Barkisland, Ripponden, photographed by Darren Firth.
These photos are just a few of the many we've been sent. There is still time to send in yours, simply email photos [at] road.cc and we'll put together a big gallery at the end of the week and pick out a few of the best ones to send some prized road.cc socks to.
Bikehike is good, but for all my routes both cycling and walking I use Komoot which is pretty good.
Just replace planters with community BBQ facilities to keep both locals and arsonists happy.
Temporary impairment of value or usefulness is enough: https://www.cps.gov.uk/legal-guidance/criminal-damage
Surely, that should be: They would have.
In Scotland they put you on probation for that. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/glasgow_and_west/7095134.stm
For a start, staggered bollards are recommended against in the National Guidelines - because a straight approach and path through is required....
Isn't Brigg where Falcon bikes came from originally?
At least I have no preference or prejudice, I don't seem to be able to comment without perce or clem shaped shadows. Which is a compliment I guess....
Just hoppit with your humour.
Oh no, helmets again...