More than 100 of the world's best cyclists sprinted to the finish line in downtown Clovis, wrapping up Stage 4 of the Amgen Tour of California.
Tens of thousands of people were in town for the event.
It was no easy feat for the cyclists to get to the finish line - they rode 130 miles for more than 5 hours straight.
The riders started in Sonora, took on steep climbs in the mountains through Mariposa and Oakhurst, then sprinted through the final stretch into Clovis.
The course turned out to be much harder than many of them expected.
"I think the most difficult part was definitely the heat. When we came down from the mountains it got really dry and really warm, almost 10 degrees different, that was the hardest part for me," said Heinrich Haussler, who came in second in the race.