The Tour of Britain is making it's way through Devon today, and the village of Ide has a special message for one of the riders:
Sir Bradley Wiggins is retiring from road cycling after the Tour of Britain.
A film about the West country's answer to Sir Bradley Wiggins and Chris Frome gets its premiere in Plymouth tonight.
Old Grey and Fast is about the life of Colin Lewis, from Bovey Tracey, who took part in the Tour de France twice in the 1960s. It's on at Plymouth Arts Centre tonight.
Tour de France winner and Olympic gold medallist Bradley Wiggins has withdrawn from the sixth stage of the Tour of Britain today with a stomach bug his team have announced. The seventh stage is due to take place in Devon from Barnstaple to Dartmouth.
Team Sky wrote on Twitter: "Unfortunately Bradley Wiggins was unable to start stage six of the Tour of Britain today after picking up a stomach bug."
The 32-year-old won the Tour on July 22 and his fourth Olympic gold on 1 August.