The Tour of Britain rode into Devon today watched by thousands.
Olympic gold medalist Sir Bradley Wiggins and some of the world's other best cyclists began the race in Sidmouth and made their way around the county, taking in places like Tiverton and Exeter, before finishing at Haytor on Dartmoor.
Huge crowds lined the route, adding to the festival atmosphere. Organisers say it was a complete success and has brought millions of pounds to the local economy. Seth Conway reports on the day Devon hosted a great sporting spectacle.
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