Apparently, there were things on TV this weekend. Someone got married and there was a little football match too.
But with the sun out, it was the perfect weekend to get out on the bike, which judging by the brilliant pics we've seen, that's exactly what most of you did!
So on with your pictures, we've got a lot to get through!
If you need a new excuse for stopping on a hill, Russell has a new one... sheep-blockades.
Rachael just can't get away from the hills, even on an easy spin.
It was a hot one out there today! Headed out for a steady solo ride exploring some unridden roads. No matter where I go I always seem to find hills! Happy Sunday . . #weekendsareforcycling #mycyclingweekend #wymtm #cycling #pinarello #sunshine #training #fitness #exercise #gettingitdone #hills #womenscycling #girlswhoride #instacycling #bike #outsideisfree #training #fitfam
Bob has the right idea. Ice cream stops are essential on a hot 80 miler.
— Bob Jones (@littlebob74) May 20, 2018
Ian is all smiles after a great day at the Wiggle Jurassic Beast sportive. Funnily enough, the route takes in some of the stunning Jurassic Coast.
— Ian Gardner (@ianezetweet) May 19, 2018
I was also out enjoying(ish) some racing up in Gloucester. Shame I'm not allowed to award myself the prize!
Our winner this week, though, is Kevin, who took this brilliant shot of the rolling hills that make the South Downs Way such a brilliant day on the bike.
And finally, a little shout out to Lee. #HorsesCount
— Lee Richardson (@lsricho) May 19, 2018
MyCyclingWeekend will be back on Friday so remember to get a pic whilst out on your bike and use #MyCyclingWeekend so that we can see it! It could land you a nice little prize!
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.