The Tour de France draws to its close on the Champs-Élysées in Paris with a 103km route from Montgeron.
All is settled in the general classification, with Chris Froome (Team Sky) set to take his fourth Tour title in five years. Michael Matthews (Sunweb) will win the points classification and the green jersey, while his team-mate Warren Barguil will stand atop the podium in the polka-dot jersey as the winner of the King of the Mountains.
Simon Yates (Orica-Scott) will claim the white jersey as best young rider.
But as usual, the sprinters will be out to claim the final stage honours of the race in Paris, and with Marcel Kittel (Quick-Step) no longer around, it was sure to be competitive.
First though the race will follow tradition and honour its classification winners with the toasting of champagne and posing for photos in the procession towards the Champs-Élysées.
Read through everything that took place on the final stage of the 2017 Tour de France in our report here.
Grand Tour racing returns in a few weeks with the Vuelta a España, which begins on August 19.