This is it! Three weeks of intense cycling drama comes to an end as the peloton reaches Les Champs Elysées.
Let's talk about the elephant in the room first. Sadly, it wasn't Egan Bernal's year as a recurring back injury cost him 7 deadly minutes on Stage 15. With the GC now out of reach, it was the team's decision to withdraw the 2019 Tour De France winner from this year's edition in a bid to allow him plenty of recovery time.
But just because the INEOS Grenadiers were without a leader didn't mean they wouldn't put on a show... and a couple days later, they did exactly that. Michal Kwiatkowski and Richard Carapaz took control of Stage 18 in gruelling dusty conditions to sign off one of the most beautiful moments of this year's tour. While Michal secured his first-ever Grand Tour Stage win, Richard took hold of the polka dot climber's jersey.
For Bahrain McLaren, it was all about consistency. Despite a challenging first week, the Spanish team leader Mikel Landa put in solid finishes one after another to crawl his way back up the GC Top 10.
As we hit the penultimate time-trial stage, Mikel premiered L.O.P.S. – our brand-new lightweight oversized pulley – in a bid to push through to a podium finish. Unfortunately, even his sub-1h run wasn't enough to oust Richie Porte who secured a third place on the Stage, and his third place on the GC.
Another highlight for Stage 20 was Bahrain McLaren's Damiano Caruso, who not only secured a 7th place on the stage, but also climbed up to a Top 10 finish on the GC.
As we take a look at some of our favourite shots from Week 3 (courtesy of Gruber Images, Getty Images and Cycling Images), we already look forward to the 2021 edition getting underway.
Congratulations to our Muc-Off supported teams INEOS Grenadiers and Bahrain McLaren for an amazing three weeks, it's been emotional.
Rest day was a test day for Mikel Landa. Photo: Gruber Images
Putting L.O.P.S. to the test ahead of Stage 20.Photo: Gruber Images
Egan Bernal contemplating his last Stage of the 2020 Tour De France. Photo: Getty Images
Despite an imminent loss of their team leader, Richard Carapaz put everything on the line. Photo: Cycling Images
It was enough to earn the 'Prix de la Combativité', the day's most aggressive rider. Photo: Getty Images
Stage 17 was quite the climb, but Pello Bilbao put in everything he had. Photo: Gruber Images
And so did Wout Poels. Photo: Getty Images
A team that defined a whole decade of professional cycling. Photo: Getty Images
Luke Rowe from the INEOS Grenadiers. Photo: Cycling Images
Damiano Caruso from Bahrain McLaren. Photo: Cycling Images
It was a long climb for Bahrain McLaren leader Mikel Landa. Photo: Gruber Images
Despite an incredible solo breakaway at the start of the ascent, it wasn't quite enough to secure the Stage win for Richard Carapaz. Photo: Getty Images
Photo: Gruber Images
Photo: Cycling Images
Michal Kwiatkwoski and Richard Carapaz initiated an early breakaway they'll manage to sustain right to the finish line. Photo: Gruber Images.
Possibly our favourite moment of the 2020 Tour De France. Photo: Getty Images
I'm not crying you're crying. Photo: Getty Images.
Michal's first-ever Grand Tour Stage win. Photo: Getty Images
Richard's turn to sport the polka dot jersey. Photo: Getty Images
Best kit on tour? Of course, it has a Muc-Off logo on it. Photo: Getty Images
Hands up for Stage wins! Photo: Getty Images
Hands up for polka dots! Photo: Getty Images
Squad goals. Photo: Getty Images
Luke Rowe prefers riding solo. Photo: Getty Images.
Polka dot helmet for Richard Carapaz on Stage 20. Photo: Cycling Images
Photo: Gruber Images
One of the hardest TT Stages in years. Photo: Cycling Images
Michal Kwiatkowski Photo: Cycling Images
Damiano Caruso pedalling his way through to a 7th place finish. Photo: Gruber Images
Mikel Landa premiered our brand-new L.O.P.S. oversized pulley on this year's Time-Trial stage. Photo: Getty Images
Richard Carapaz did what he could to defend his polka dot jersey but there was no stopping Tadej Pogacar. Photo: Getty Images
Riders made a stand against racism on the last stage of Le Tour De France. Photo: Getty Images
The iconic last stage was greeted with incredible light. Photo: Gruber Images
Although Richard Carapaz lost the polka dot jersey the day before, he still got to wear going into Paris due to Tadej adorning yellow. Photo: Cycling Images
Michal Kwiatkowski reflects on yet another incredible year of racing the French roads. Photo: Gruber Images
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