Conquista was in a sweltering Congleton for the start of stage 3 of 2016's Tour of Britain, and followed the peloton all the way to Knutsford's Tatton Park.
Team Sky's Ian Stannard took the stage, and the day's combativity prize, with a breathtaking ride that saw him drive a four-man break from the opening kilometres all the way to the final climb, where he left his companions in his wake with over 40km still to go.
Take a look at our gallery of shots from the day's action.
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