Today’s seventeenth stage of the Tour de France took the riders from the Swiss capital Berne back into France, to the summit finish of Finhaut-Emosson.
Along the way, the riders had to contend with two Category Three climbs, the First Category climb of the Col de la Forclaz before tackling the final 10.4 kilometre-long climb with an average gradient of 8.4%.
Ilnur Zakarin(Team Katusha) took the stage win ahead of Jarlinson Pantano (IAM Cycling). Behind, Chris Froome and Team Sky countered any attacks to defend his yellow jersey.
Check out the onboard footage below and look out for Jerome Cousin (Cofidis, Solutions Crédits) soaking up the atmosphere on one of the climbs.