The Tour of Britain came to a dramatic conclusion this #mycyclingweekend, and loads of you had front row tickets to the action.
German sprinter Andre Greipel was disqualified after initially claiming victory, which allowed Team Sky's Elia Viviani to complete his hat trick of Tour of Britain 2015 stage wins. Meanwhile Edvald Boasson Hagen of MTN-Qhubeka claimed the GC title.
But the real winners of the day were you guys. Some of the photos that you sent in proved that the nations love for professional cycling on their streets hasn't waned since last year, and that you got to see some spectacular cycling too.
Below are some of the photos that we particularly liked, including James Ward - this week's winner of a BTwin 300 Multi Tool - who managed to perfectly capture fellow Brit Ian Stannard's pain face.
— James Ward (@jamesward01) September 11, 2015
James Ward wasn't the only one to catch Ian Stannard this #mycyclingweekend. @LiamVsTheWorld on Twitter also got a shot of the 28-year old Brit.
'Yogi' was a little more prepared for this one though.
— LC273 (@LiamVsTheWorld) September 13, 2015
— Paul Garred (@JeffBeefjaw) September 13, 2015
On the continent, the Vuelta a Espana came to its conclusion too, with Greipel's countryman John Degenkolb winning the day's stage and Italian Fabio Aru capturing overall victory after pulling on the red jersey the day before.
None of you lot made the trip - or if you did, none of you have posted any photographic evidence of it. I on the other hand made the journey into the city for the evening. I was, however, without a phone. So I too am without photographic evidence of a great day of cycling.
Later that evening, I did pop back to the palace to take a consolation #mycyclingweekend shot with the barely acceptable camera on my Nexus tablet - notice the road.cc jersey - you can buy one too if you follow this link.
— Elliot Johnston (@elliotjohnston) September 14, 2015
It might be hard to believe, but there was plenty of other cycling going on away from the drama in London and Madrid.
Hundreds of you braved the autumnal weather, got in the saddle, and took a bunch of great #mycyclingweekend photos. Here are the best ones:
— Hazel (@hazelreidantrim) September 14, 2015
— Jason Burns (@jiberjaber) September 13, 2015
"Vertspedition" today. Took some work to get 3000m of vert, in 90kms, in South Wales. #outsideisfree Legs felt good and found some SUPER climbs in and around Abercarn. #Wales #vertspedition #WYMTM #dirtyvert #Strava #cycling #climbing #RFWYA #Stravaphoto #mycyclingweekend #up #letsgo #MTB #mountains