PICTURES: Over 800 cyclists power their way through 24 hours at Strathpuffer
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Over 800 cyclists took on one of the toughest mountain bike endurance events in the world as Strathpuffer 2024 took place in Contin Forest.
Cyclists powered their way through the Ross-shire forest for 24 hours and they pedalled through mud, snow and freezing temperatures on Saturday and Sunday.
For the first time, Strathpuffer was also playing host to the British Championships for 24-hour Solo and Speed Racing.
Races for pairs, teams of four as well as teams of eight also took place during the weekend.
There was also wedding bells for two cyclists as Steve Brown and Tracy Munro got married during the race at the half way section of the track.