Fresh from their Olympic success in Rio, Sir Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish are rolling out on the Tour of Britain.
And you can get out to see them, as the route comes close to Chester on two days next week.
Stage 3 in Cheshire on Tuesday (September 6) will see the peloton cycle through Crewe, Macclesfield and Middlewich before finishing at Tatton Park.
The following day Stage 4 will roll through Mold and parts of Flintshire.
Wiggins will be riding for his own team in the event which also features Owain Doull, who won gold in the team pursuit in Rio alongside Sir Bradley.
Cavendish, who held his Rise Above Sportive in Chester last weekend, is competing for Team Dimension Data.
Team GB Olympians Ian Stannard and Steve Cummings are also taking part.
Stage 3 - Cheshire
Stage 3 in Cheshire takes on a 180km route winding around the county.
Starting from Congleton at 11.15am, expect a big finish at Tatton Park at about 3.30pm.
Estimated times on the way include Crewe (11.50am), Middlewich (12.25pm), Knutsford (1.10pm).
Stage 4 - North Wales
Stage 4 takes place entirely in Wales, starting in Denbigh and finishing in Builth Wells.
Departing at 10.30am, the closest viewing spots will be passed through in the morning before the race heads south.
Look out for the riders in Flintshire from 10.45am onwards; including at Mold (11.10am), Pontblyddyn (11.17am) and at the summit of a climb at Rhydtalog (11.25am).
The Tour of Britain is growing each year and in 2016 has attracted some of the biggest names in the sport.
It really does tour Britain too, with a total of eight stages taking in Scotland, Wales and England.
Wiggins is of course in contention to win the general classification.
Cavendish, a 30-time Tour de France stage winner, will face competition in the sprints from his great rival André Greipel.
Advice for spectators is to get there early for the best viewing spots. It is completely free to go out and watch.
The chance to meet the riders is an incentive to visit either the start or finish of each stage.
Each day of the event is also being shown live on ITV4 if you wanted to keep an eye out.
For more information visit www.tourofbritain.co.uk.