Tour of Britain cyclists passed through Haywards Heath, Lewes, Seaford and Eastbourne on their way to the finish in Brighton.
Stage 6 of The Tour of Britain whisked along the A338 to Hungerford, along the A4, skimming Newbury - heading past East Illsley, To Wantage, past Didcot and Wallingford to Stokenchurch - ending in Hemel Hempstead 128 miles later.
Tourism chiefs hope it will do the same for the region as the Tour de France did for Yorkshire.
Some of the world's top cyclists - including Sir Bradley Wiggins- have raced through South Oxfordshire today.
The Tour of Britain whisked along the A338 to Hungerford, along the A4, skimming Newbury - heading past East Illsley, to Wantage, past Didcot and Wallingford, to Stokenchurch in Bucks - ending in Hemel Hempstead 128 miles later.
A huge operation was mounted to close roads and put up signs and bunting. Tourism Chiefs hope it'll do the same for the region as the Tour de France did for Yorkshire.
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.