The Rio 2016 Olympic Games kick off this weekend, and the men's road race is one of the earliest opportunities for someone to take gold.
The hilly race won't necessarily won by a pure climber as there is a long descent and flat run-in to the finish line.
The modern Olympic movement started in 1896 and many events have come and gone in that time, while others have become essential features of any summer games.
This cycling quiz sets out to test your knowledge of two wheeled racing from Olympic Games both past and present.
All questions and answers are based on stats up to and including London 2012
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