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Sunrise bikepacking photos and muddy 'cross races...

The first weekend of winter brought us some pretty damp weather but, at times, the sun broke through to provide some stunning shots!

While it certainly feels like we've entered true winter, there are still loads of brilliant autumn colours around and this week's winner took advantage of the deep oranges.

Dave got this great shot during a bikepacking ride and it just shows how good it can be to head off-road sometimes.

Congrats Dave, we'll be in touch.

We had loads of great entries, so let's take a look through some of the best.

 

 

 

 

 

 



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That's a lot of fun packed into a 35 mile route! Horringtons descent, Wells Cathedral, Cafe Nero, Old Bristol Road with a massive Buzzard, Priddy woods for some Gravel, Torhole Bottom, Emborough, Clapton Shitlaning, nice bit of road rage in Paulton, BMX pump track, and back to Timsbury! Oh, saw @veloclubwalcot in Clapton as well, which was nice! We like them! #timsbury #timsburycyclegroup #paulton #cycling #fromwhereiride #wymtm #kinesis #enigmabikes #kuota #gtgrade #autumncycling #highlittleton #tunley #radstock #midsomernorton #farmborough #rosebikes #kask #giordana #castelligabba #mycyclingweekend #clapton #priddy #gravelbikes #zerofucks #oldenoughtoknowbetter #veloclubwalcot #vcwalcot

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We'll be back for more #MyCyclingWeekend action on Friday!

Son of a Marathon runner, Nephew of a National 24hr Champion, the racing genetics have completely passed him by. Liam spends his time plodding his way through cyclocross races, very busy not winning. As an advocate for perfectly clean chains, he can be found cleaning his bike instead of training. A shop mechanic, Liam has many helpful skills, such as being able to identify 'cross tubs by the tread pattern alone. If you bump into him, he'll probably be eating.