At Doorsan we've all been looking forward to the Yorkshire Grand Depart, which started on Saturday. This is the first time we have seen the Tour de France come to Yorkshire.
The Tour de France is the world's largest annual sporting event and this year the UK will be hosting the first three stages starting in Leeds, close to the Doorsan office.
The streets throughout Yorkshire were lined with millions of people who turned out to watch the Grand Depart and the people of Yorkshire were prepared for the event with welcoming banners and cycling themed bunting.
The route on day one started in Leeds city centre and covered 190 miles ending with a sprint finish into Harrogate.
So, here's a few facts about this famous event. The Tour de France attracts a huge TV audience worldwide with around 3.5 billion viewers. The first Tour de France was held in 1903 and this year's event will be the 101st. There are 21 stages including flat hill and mountain stages. There are 22 teams, each with nine riders, meaning there are 198 riders in total. This year the race will end on 27th July in Paris. Bradley Wiggins was the first British winner of the Tour de France in 2012. The complete course covers 2,272 miles.
Whether you are watching on the television or shouting from the sidelines, we hope this will be an exciting event.