Richie Porte left his rivals standing on the final climb of the 2017 Tour Down Under on Willunga Hill, the finale of stage five. Porte had put in a similar move on stage two, so his rivals must have been expecting it - but could do nothing.
Jarlinson Pantano has a joke with Colombian compatriot Esteban Chaves before the start of stage two of the TDU, as he attempts to pinch the Orica-Scott rider's back pocket banana.
World champion Peter Sagan's popularity just seems to grow and grow, and he always seems happy to stop and talk to fans. Sagan put in some solid sprint performances as he warms up for the all-important spring classics.
The peloton is reflected in a safety mirror during stage two of the Tour Down Under, from Stirling to Paracombe.
Ben Swift signs on at the 2017 Tour Down Under, his first top-level WorldTour outing for new team UAE Abu Dhabi after the British sprinter left Team Sky. Swift is aiming for success in Milan-San Remo later this season, where he placed second in 2016.
After five years at Cannondale/Garmin, New Zealander Jack Bauer made the switch to Belgian super-team Quick-Step Floors for 2017. He put in a dig during the final day of the Tour Down Under to show off his new colours.
The Tour Down Under wouldn't be complete without a backdrop of sun-kissed Australian beaches – which certainly beat the snow and ice experienced by many of the riders' team-mates on training camps in Majorca.
Amanda Spratt won the opening stage of the Santos Women's Tour, and then defended her position in the leader's jersey throughout the following three days to take the overall victory.
Arguably, this is the moment that Richie Porte won the 2017 Tour Down Under. An attack in the final kilometre of stage two netted Porte a handy lead over his rivals, which he built on by repeating the tactic of a solo attack on stage five.
Jay McCarthy put in some canny riding during the Tour Down Under. On the final stage, he swept up some bonus seconds to secure third place overall.
Tour Down Under 2017.