The most important thing every #mycyclingweekend is that you have fun. We don't care where you're riding or what you're riding as long as you're having a smashing time doing it. This weekend was no different, and Cycle Surgery is looking to make this #mycyclingweekend even more fun for one lucky reader.
This week's winner looks like he had the most fun out of all of us, and in some of the most unfriendly - for cyclists at least - conditions.
Pieter Flecha's post-crash shot has won this week's competition - keep your eye out for a message from us Pieter.
While it was snowing in Belgium where Mr. Flecha was out for a ride, it wasn't snowing everywhere.
In fact, it wasn't snowing at all in the UK. Instead it was muddy.
Mud's not a problem for most of us, in fact some of us love it. Our man Vecchio Jo is one of those, and he took this artsy shot of his mucky tyre.
Chrisdbstewart on Instagram enjoyed the mucky conditions too, as did clarebearr90.
If you enjoy it you might as well go a second time #scotland #edinburgh #igersedinburgh #pentlands #glencorse #outsideisfree #cycling #cyclocross #specialized #castelli #poc #focus #cx #braverthantheelements #cold #fromwhereiride #stravacycling #stravaphoto #findsomewheretoloseyourself #igerscycling #vsco #vscocam #mycyclingweekend
While the mud across the UK was a talking point for many of you, this week's runner up, darrenhunt wasn't looking down; he was looking up.
This stunning shot of the sky over Dartmouth brightened up our weekend.
It wasn't just muddy and snowy, the mist took some of you by surprise too.
— Mike Stead (@tweetymike) January 7, 2017
— Al (@Al__S) January 7, 2017
For Mark Robinson, though, views aren't everything. He beat the traffic and pretty much everyone else to the tarmac this #mycyclingweekend with a super early start.
— Mark Robinson (@thenuttyboy) January 7, 2017
Remember, it's never too late to get involved. Simply fire up an internet-connected device, log in to Twitter or Instagram, and upload your photos with the #mycyclingweekend and #CycleSurgery hashtags attached.