Cadel Evans lines up for the start of the 2005 Australian Road Race in the Adelaide Hills.
Cadel Evans was the World Road Cycling Champion in 2010. Here's Cadel before the teams' presentation of the TDU.
Cadel Evans during the Checker Hill climb on Stage 2 of the 2010 Tour Down Under.
Cadel Evans rides in the Rainbow jersey during Stage 3 of the 2010 Tour Down Under.
Cadel Evans led his team around the 23km Team Time Trial course at the 2011 Tour de France. BMC finished second place at 4 seconds to Garmin-Cervelo.
Evans was looking relaxed before his Time Trial which would secure his Tour de France Victory.
With thousands cheering him on, Cadel Evans powers into the finish line, and into the yellow jersey after Stage 20.
After finishing his Time Trial and riding to certain victory in the 2011 Tour de France, Evans makes his way to safety through the media scrum.
Evans rides into Paris and onto the Champs-Élysées.
Cadel Evans on the front as the peloton race down the most iconic view in the sport of cycling.
Time to reflect on the podium in Paris.
Draped in an Australian flag, Cadel Evans Tour de France victory, forever etched in the history books, as one of the great Australian sporting achievements.
Cadel Evans and his teammates celebrate together just metres after crossing the finishing line of the 98th edition of the Tour de France.
The 2013 Tour de France was just warming up when it arrived in Nice for the Teams Time Trial on Stage 4.
No podium for Cadel this year, but after the final stage he was looking pretty happy, as he chatted with BMC team owner Andy Rhys.
The Australia Road Nationals Men's Road Race had even more interest in 2014 when Cadel Evans lined up on the start line. He managed a silver medal after a thrilling finale, with eventual winner Simon Gerrans, and Bronze medalist Richie Porte.
Cadel looks on, whilst on the podium at the 2014 Road National Championships. The start of his final year of racing.
A star studded podium in 2014.
Stage 18 of the 2014 Giro d'Italia and Evans is as popular as ever with the fans.
Evans at the 2014 Giro d'Italia.
The Stage 19 Time Trial to Mont Grappa was an uphill test for the riders. Evans once again got one of the loudest cheers as he approached the top of the climb.
Cadel Evans, on the podium the last time as a professional racer thanks his supporters.