Two Manx riders will feature prominately in Sunday's final stage of the Tour de France.
Team Sky rider Chris Froome assured himself of a British win for the second year in a row with a confident display on the last dangerous stage in the mountains yesterday.
On Sunday evening, the attention will be on the sprinters as the marathon finishes on the Champs Elysees in Paris.
Tim Glover reports:
In his debut Tour, Peter Kennaugh has played a major part in Chris Froome's victory and received many plaudits from experts.
Team Sky boss Sir David Brailsford is so impressed he has said Kennaugh could well be a future Yellow Jersey winner.
Mark Cavendish will hope to share the limelight or twilight on Sunday evening as he goes for a fifth straight win on the boulevards of the French capital.
Isle of Man cycling has never seen the like before.