A festival celebrating mountain cycling took place in Angus at the weekend.
The two-day event featured an endurance race, the Forfar Funduro dual slalom, cycle skills courses, food, live music and the Scottish Cross Country Championships.
Other highlights included smoothie bikes, family friendly cycle rides and best trick and high jump competitions.
The festival, now in its third year, is a family celebration of all things two-wheeled.
The 2016 Angus Cycling Festival was organised by local, not-for-profit group, Angus Cycle Hub, and Muckmedden Events.
It was also supported by Angus Bike Chain Cycling Club and The Robertson Group.
The event was funded by contributions from the Angus Council Community Grant Scheme and Scotmid.
The festival kicked off on Saturday with The Forfar Funduro where 300 competitors tackled seven timed stages across the local countryside, including some exciting quarry stages on Balmashanner Hill, finishing in the event village with a head-to-head dual slalom.
The festival concluded on Sunday with the final round of the Scottish Cross Country Championship (SXC) where riders took on a tough multi-lap course across Balmashanner Hill and Reid Park.
Entry to the festival was free however there was a charge for anyone taking part in the various events and activities on offer at Reid Park.
All profits go back into developing cycling in the Angus region.