BBC Sport was looking for a cyclist to ride in the 120-mile British Cyclosportive on 1 July, and you gave us some fantastic stories of neglected bikes, unshaved legs and wide loads.
And after sifting through the thousands of entries, we can finally announce that the winner is Martin Page, a 37-year-old PE teacher from Suffolk.
Congratulations to Martin, who will now have to juggle being a father-of-two with a gruelling training programme - all of which you will be able to see on his weekly video diary here on the BBC Sport website.
Thanks to all those who entered. However, all is not lost.
As Martin's story progresses we will be looking for other cyclists to send in their stories and videos to help him shine a light on amateur cycling in the UK. And we have some fantastic prizes for the best contributions.
Are there any burning topics that you would like Martin to tackle during the course of his training?