A 74-metre permanent mural spanning the Maindy cycling track has been unveiled in honour of Geraint Thomas.
The cyclist's achievement of winning last year's Tour De France in Paris was recognised at the Cardiff track where he first raced as a boy.
The 'Yellow Jersey Fesitval' saw more than 150 schoolchildren from around Cardiff perform music and dance inspired by Thomas at the track where he started his career.
Geraint Thomas previously told aspiring athletes in Maindy Flyers to "just dream big and go for it."
The flyers founder, Debbie Wharton, said Geraint's win has made a huge impact to the sport. "The number of kids who want to get on a bike, the number of people who know the names of cyclists, it's sparked an interest in riding a bike for fun, commuting and for competition."
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