The final day of the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire attracted record crowds to the the region, organisers say.
More than a million people lined the route from Bradford to Fox Valley, near Sheffield, with large crowds gathering in towns including Ilkley, Birstall and Holmfirth.
Sir Gary Verity, Chief Executive of Welcome to Yorkshire, described Sunday's stage as 'epic' - paying tribute to the spectators who came out to make the event a success for the third year running.
Sir Gary says he has ambitions to extend the event to four days in 2018, including a second day for the women's race, which this year was won by Otley's Lizzie Deignan.
- Click below to watch a selection of highlights from the weekend's racing: