Sir Bradley Wiggins, Great Britain's five-time Olympic champion, has announced his retirement from cycling. That gives us a great chance to look back over some of the most eye-catching moments from the 36-year-old's impressive career.
Having won Britain's first ever Tour de France title as well as eight Olympic medals over five Games, there's plenty to look at.
1. Here's Sir Bradley in Athens, the 2004 Olympic Games - look at how much better the olive wreath looks on his head than it does on everyone else. You can't teach that.
2. Gettin' sweaty.
3. Sell your book with sideburns, Sir Bradley.
4. Wiggo here with British cycling coach Sir David Brailsford. Lots of clothes to talk about here.
5. Sir Bradley meets his hero, Paul Weller. It's like looking into the future.
6. Of course, perhaps the most iconic moment of Sir Bradley's career will always be his 2012 Tour victory. Effortless in yellow, and so at home with a toy lion.
7. The one moment that might rival that image came almost immediately after the Tour.
Sir Bradley's time trial victory at London 2012 kick-started a gold rush that will be remembered as one of Britain's greatest sporting summers. He sat on his throne, unzipped his top, and conducted the adoring crowd.
8. The haircut - the jacket - Sue Barker's beaming face.
9. That moment when the Queen is about to make you a knight, and you wear brown flares to the ceremony. You do you, Wiggo.
10. Sir Bradley's partnership with countryman Mark Cavendish is well documented. Here, the pair celebrate becoming world champions by signing their autographs - we're a bit in love with those tops.
11. All of the colours - it's like rainbow road out there.
13. And last but not least, Sir Bradley tickles his team mates with antics on the podium.
Leave 'em laughing, Sir Brad.