It's been a big summer for British Cycling with Bradley Wiggins winning the Tour de France and Team GB winning a host of medals at the Olympics and Paralympics. So it was no surprise that 200,000 people lined the route of the finale of the Tour of Britain in Surrey. Piers Hopkirk reports.
Former Chelsea and England footballer Graeme Le Saux has been inspired to hop on his bike as the Tour of Britain comes to a conclusion in Surrey. He took part in the Guildford High Street Challenge - where the final stage of the Tour will finish later this afternoon.
The last stage of the Tour of Britain has begun in Surrey. The riders set off from Reigate for their 90 mile race through the Surrey hills before the finish in Guildford. 200,000 are expected to line the route.
The teams competing for the Tour of Britain are getting ready for the final stage in Surrey today. They will start from Reigate's Priory Park, before heading through the Surrey Hills to the finish on Guildford's cobbled high street. More than 200,000 people are expected to line the route.