If you're just logging on to your computer this morning, then you might be looking forward to stage one of the Giro d'Italia, but a little confused as to why Google's front page is dominated by an animation of some riders jumping across a desert.
Believe it or not, this is Google's slightly strange tribute to the 100th edition of the Giro d'Italia, presumably created by someone with a very loose grasp of what the Giro actually is.
First off you've got the giant pink cyclist at the side of the doodle, sporting fetching pink tights and riding a yellow bike that seems to have been drawn by someone who hasn't seen an actual bike for a very long time.
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But the weirdest thing about it is the landscape in the background, with the artist apparently basing their assumptions of the Italian landscapes from spaghetti westerns, with desolate plains and a harsh desert sun.
Crossing this landscape is a small peloton of riders (presumably led by Clint Eastwood) before Google loses all connection with what the Giro might possibly entail as a rider climbs one of the outcrops in the background, before swooping down and catching some serious air.
It all looks very exciting, but might leave new viewers of the Giro a little confused (and probably disappointed) when they tune in to watch stage on this afternoon.
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