For Daryl Impey and his Mitchelton-Scott teammates, it's party time.
Already keen to mark the end of Mat Hayman's professional cycling career with a big Sunday night, the Australian team added to the celebrations by making history at the Tour Down Under.
Impey rode brilliantly in Sunday's last stage to become the first rider in 21 Tours to win consecutive titles.
The South African dedicated his title to Hayman, the much-respected Paris-Roubaix winner who retired at the end of the Tour after a 20-year career.
"Especially with it being Matty Hayman's last race, this is special and we were going to celebrate tonight anyway," Impey said.
Impey came to this year's Tour with a heavy heart, after his good friend Justin Bitter had a heart attack and died at the start of the month.
He dedicated his crucial stage-three win to Bitter.
"There's no doubt that coming into the race, I was pretty down," Impey said.
"But we have a great team and the guys picked me up.
"There were a lot of family back home - do it for Justin - and we did.
"I'm so happy."
Capping a superb week-long performance from the team, young Australian Lucas Hamilton paced Impey up the final climb.
The South African finished third on the stage, with the same time as Willunga winner Richie Porte, and that was more than enough to secure the title.
"Man, if I didn't have Lucas there in the final, I definitely wouldn't have been that close to Richie in the end," Impey said.
"He's a young rider, but a bit of potential.
"The whole team, it's not only one guy - it's very important to state that Lucas and I can do our job in the final because of great teamwork."
Impey also paid tribute to New Zealander Patrick Bevin, who led him by seven seconds going into the last stage.
But Bevin's hopes were cruelled by his crash on Saturday and he quickly dropped out of contention on the Willunga climb.
"He's got guts - coming to the start line today, you could see he was hurting," Impey said.
"Definitely in this bike race, he's probably been the most consistent and he would have been a really deserving winner."
Impey's win comes after Mitchelton-Scott star Amanda Spratt won the Santos Women's Tour in Adelaide a week ago for the third-straight year.
It means Mitchelton-Scott's near misses in the elite road races a fortnight ago at the Australian championships are ancient history.
Australian Associated Press