The Tour de France ended on Sunday and was a wild ride for cycling fans.
Great Britain's Chris Froome won his fourth Tour France and wore his famous yellow jersey to Paris.
But here are our highlights so far...
On Sunday, Chris Froome won the Tour de France again. It's his fourth win in five years and only four other men have won more.
Only cycling legends Jacques Anquetil, Eddy Merckx, Bernard Hinault and Miguel Indurain - all with five wins - stand above Froome.
He won the race by 54 seconds - less than a minute despite racing for three weeks!
The white jersey for best young rider was won by GB rider Simon Yates.
He might look familiar but that's maybe because his twin brother, Adam, won the same title last year!
The white jersey is for the rider under-25 who finishes the Tour in the quickest time.
France's most famous race started in...... Germany, of course!
It kicked off in Dusseldorf, with Britain's Geraint Thomas winning the first stage.
The Tour regularly starts in other countries to drum up excitement for international fans, but always finishes in Paris, France.
This year's Tour has visited four countries in total - Germany, Belgium and Luxemburg, before heading into France.
Deciding the stage seven winner was a very tricky task - with cyclists Marcel Kittel and Edvald Boasson Hagen crossing the line at what seemed like exactly the same time.
The race jury had to look at special slow-mo pictures and decided that Kittel had won - but only by six millimetres.
You might be surprised to know that there isn't a women's Tour de France. Instead, the women have to make do with a shorter, two stage race called 'La Course'.
The first part was a climb up the mountain of Col d'Izoard and the second part of the race was around the city of Marseilles.
Dutch cyclist Annemiek Van Vleuten won both stages of La Course . It's a great victory for her, particularly as suffered broken bones in a crash in the Rio Olympics.
But there was good news for Britain too, as Lizzie Deignan came second.
Sprinter Mark Cavendish crashed out of the Tour in stage four, after he came off his bike while sprinting for the finish line.
Fellow cyclist Peter Sagan was disqualified for "seriously endangering" other competitors with his cycling, which caused the crash.
Cavendish was out of the Tour, with a broken shoulder.
Cyclist Pawel Poljanski sent the internet into meltdown when he he posted this picture of his incredibly vein-y legs.
He shared the snap after completing the 16th stage of the race, saying "After sixteen stages I think my legs look little tired."
Don't worry though - it all because there is so much muscle in his legs, compared with the amount of fat.