Peter Sagan's stunning victory at Richmond worlds earns him the Ride of the Year award.
Lizzie Armitstead's bold move in the finale of road worlds earns her Ride of the Year, and more importantly, the rainbow jersey.
Under intense scrutiny and occasional controversy at this year's Tour, Chris Froome proved his mettle on and off the bike.
John Degenkolb doubled-up in 2015 with two monument wins, earning him the title as best classics rider of the season.
SRAM's revolutionary wireless electronic shifting was well worth the wait.
Team Sky showed its versatility in 2015, winning classics, one-day stage races, TTs, sprints, oh, and of course, the Tour de France.
Anna van der Breggen won the biggest women's stage race in the world and also earned three medals at world championships.
With a flurry of hour record attempts in 2015, there's little doubt that 60 minutes is the time period of the year.
Alejandro Valverde was a podium threat at nearly every race he started in 2015, from the spring classics to worlds in September.
Never heard of the Belgian Schaal Sels race? It's worth a look with a crazy route that runs through farm fields on dirt roads and cobbles.