Just your casual ride across a mountain range this weekend...

Cycling across the Pyrenees sounds like a great way to spend #MyCyclingWeekend!

With long, meandering climbs and flowing descents separated by incredible views, it's a cycling paradise.

So while most of us in the UK were getting drenched without warning, our winner was enjoying the scenery on his way to the Mediterranean coast.

The only thing we'd suggest is that next time, he invites us to go along!



Final push to the Med awaits. #collioure #TransPyrenees #cyclinglife #mycyclingweekend #gcn

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Congrats to David who'll be getting his B'Twin RoadR cycling cap courtesy of Decathlon.

Check out some of the other brilliant entries from this weekend below.



Suffolk Coastal cycle route and bridleways

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Location: Kent; Distance: 118km; Elevation: 1,740m; Time: About 6h; Rating: 10/10; A pretty good ride from Greenwich area – 20km in and you are in the countryside, which makes the ride very joyful as you spend most of the time on smaller roads with less cars, in the middle of nowhere. Pretty hilly ride, starting from Greenwich it basically is hilly – the best bit is that it’s all downhill on the way back The first time I attempted the ride, somewhere in the middle my gear cable broke so had to fix that. Second time, second attempt – one of the first hills, I fell (well, slipped or got scared or whatever) from my bike and broke my saddle. Oops. Regardless of this, the ride is pretty amazing with great scenery and plenty of fresh air. Great training practice for #ridelondon ! #WomensCycling #womeninsport #raphawomen #wmncycling #womencycling #cyclinggirls #bikesgirls #womenonbikes #womens100 #ridingistheanswer #rideeatsleeprepeat #EnjoyTheRide #fromwhereiride #beautyofcycling #cyclingculture #vscocycling #cyclingstagram #cyclinglife #cyclingphotos #cyclingphotography #cyclingshots #cyclingpics #cyclinglife #mycyclingweekend #cyclingmotivation

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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.