Yorkshire's tourist board has compiled a video of highlights from the first ever Tour de Yorkshire.
More than a million and a half people lined the streets of the county to see the race pass and it was watched in 150 countries worldwide:
It is estimated one million people turned out to see the first ever Tour de Yorkshire.
The event was also watched in 177 countries. Tina Gelder looks back at an amazing three days.
Around one and a half million spectators have watched the inaugural Tour de Yorkshire over the last three days.
The race, a spin off from the Tour de France and heralded a huge success by organisers, was won by Norwegian Lars Petter Nordhaug for Team Sky. Some of the world's top cyclists have been taking part - including Sir Bradley Wiggins who made his feelings clear about the region's steep hills.
Thousands lined the roads of Yorkshire to cheer on some of the world's top cyclists this weekend.
The overall winner was Team Sky's Lars Petter Nordhaug, but Stage Three was won by Belgian Ben Hermans.
Tina Gelder looks at the best of the action:
The chief executive of Welcome to Yorkshire says the first edition of the race has been "stunning".
Gary Verity was speaking following the final stage of the race which was won by Team Sky cyclist Lars Petter Nordhaug.
Christian Prudhomme, director of the ASO, said the weekend's race had a "fragrance of the Tour de France."
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Team Sky cyclist Lars Petter Nordhaug has won the first ever Tour de Yorkshire after three stages crossing the whole of the county.