On your bike and mind the closing doors, the Tour de France is headed to London.
As the peloton spins its way into the English capital there could be fewer more fitting tributes to this year's Tour than a Roundel-themed map of the 2014 route.
From the Grand Départ in Harrogate to the final assault on the Champs-Élysées, designer Joe McNamara has plotted the approximate course of the race on its journey through England, Belgium, France and Spain. Each of the individual stages is listed in full, with distances given in kilometres (naturally).
A stylish take on plotting the infamous cycle race, this is well worth replacing your nearly-defunct World Cup chart. Allez.