More than 5,000 people have taken part in the Marie Curie Cancer Care Etape Caledonia sportive.
The Perthshire sportive took the riders from Moulin through the Tay Forest Park and around Loch Rannoch on a route closed to traffic.
More than £220,000 has been raised for Marie Curie Cancer Care, a charity employing over 2,700 doctors, nurses, and healthcare professionals to care for 31,000 terminally ill patients in nine hospices.
Pre-registration for next year’s 81-mile event has opened, giving applicants a 24-hour window in which to register when places go on sale later this year.
Entries remain open to the 78-mile, closed road Etape Pennines for riders seeking to raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Care. The event takes place on October 7.