The UCI World Cycling Championships continue on Tuesday with a busy schedule packed with action for both supporters and competitors.
The event, the biggest of its kind, has attracted over 8,000 cyclists from around the world to participate in a range of different disciplines at venues across the country.
Scotland’s best cyclists have already been involved in competition, with success for our representatives in the Great Britain squad, including Neil Fachie and Katie Archibald who have won gold medals.
Athletes will test themselves again on Tuesday with a variety of events taking place.
It all starts at Glasgow’s BMX Centre again, where the World Challenge day three sees races from qualification right through to the final. There’s also the start of the BMX flatland, with men and women’s qualification in the afternoon.
The road racing programme continues, with the Team Time Trial mixed relay getting under way in the city centre at 1pm.
It’s the second last day of action at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome and there’s plenty to be decided in the arena. Amongst the action, which starts at 11.30am, there’s the Mixed C Team Sprint final, the men’s Elite 1km Time Trial final and things draw to a close with the men’s Elite Madison.
And there’s plenty in the great outdoors, with the mountain biking events continuing. The men and women’s Elite Cross country Short Track events begin with the heats.