After three brutal weeks, crossing the finish line in Paris is a rite of passage for any bike rider, and equally as emotional for the staff who have lived and breathed every second of the Tour. We've had some great times during this race, as well as some lows which is the true meaning of sport. It's been incredible being part of the greatest annual sporting event in the world. To reach Paris has been an achievement, not only from a racing perspective, but also given the circumstances around COVID. I hope you have enjoyed our coverage during the Tour. Thank you for your continued support and sharing this journey with us, now onto the next challenges as the season continues. Here's our last piece – ‘Every end is a new beginning’.
It's been a tour like no other and while the Tour de France is over, crossing the finish line does not mean it's the end. Every end is a new beginning. 🖐️
"At the finish line here it really is a set of mixed emotions, but it’s great to be here in Paris, finally... It was absolutely surreal riding up and down the Champs Elysees – every pro cyclist’s dream... to be here is truly, truly special." - Ryan Gibbons
21 starts. 21 finish lines. Here's a look from the final finish line. Merci, Paris!