See some of the best moments from Stage Five of the Tour of Britain, which showcased spectacular Cumbrian scenery, including the Hartside Fell ascent:
Dutchman Wout Poels won Stage Five of the Tour of Britain at Hartside Fell.
The Team Sky rider is now in second place overall, just one second behind the overall lead.
Stage Five of the Tour of Britain has finished atop the summit of Hartside Fell.
People lined the streets of the route, in towns including Brampton and Penrith, and thousands waited patiently at the finishing line.
The Tour of Britain has passed through Brampton, on its way to the finish line at the summit of Hartside Fell.
People from the town were out in force to welcome the riders:
The atmosphere at the summit of Hartside Fell is buzzing, as Cumbrians have made the trek to the finish line of Stage Five of the Tour of Britain.
ITV Border spoke to some of those who are there:
Stage Five of the Tour of Britain will finish in style... at the Summit of Hartside Fell.
It's a 7.9km climb, which averages 5 percent, from Melmerby village.
Here are some photos of the ascent the riders can expect:
Riders competing in the Tour of Britain will face a tough climb today - the ascent up from Melmerby up to Hartside Summit is more than 7km, and hits 8.7 percent at its steepest.
But onlookers are already cycling or walking to the top to get the best view, when the race arrives.
Yellow bikes, bunting and other decorations are already out in force, as people in Cumbria celebrate the return of the Tour of Britain.
The Tour of Britain cycle race is coming back to Cumbria today, for Stage Five.
The race starts in Northumberland, then crosses the Pennines into Cumbria taking in locations including Brampton and Penrith, before finishing at the top of Hartside Pass near Alston.