The Wildgoose Fine Art Gallery in Fairburn spotted part of the Tour de France Team America flying through the village last Thursday.
The cyclists paused outside the gallery to admire a painting of comedy duo Laurel and Hardy and posed for a photograph with their £12,000 BMC bikes.
En route to Oulton Hall in Leeds, where the team were staying for both stages of Le Tour at the weekend, the cyclists studied the ‘Grand Depart’-themed window display and are pictured here with a specially commissioned painting of Stage 1, held by gallery manager Diane Wright.
She said: “What are the odds of Team America stopping to admire two of our window displays, one featuring TdF Yorkshire Stage 1 and 2?
“About as long as the odds of finding a long lost dodo on Fairburn Ings Bird Reserve!”