BikeRadar Live 2009: Complete round-up

Links to all the action from the weekend

The first BikeRadar Live has come to an end, but it certainly won't be the last. Thousands of people poured into Donington Park over the weekend to experience the biggest bike festival the UK has ever seen.

Our team of roving reporters, photographers and videographers were out and about all weekend and have been posting regular updates on the site. Check out the list below for the articles you may have missed so far:

From watching the world's best professional downhillers, dirt jumpers and stunt riders in action, to taking part in a challenging road sportive or an all-night mountain bike enduro, racing against the clock or against each other on the track, to trying out a road or a mountain bike, to checking out (and buying) the latest bike gear, to watching films, to learning skills – it was all there in one place.

Here's a selection of shots from the weekend. There's plenty more to come too.

YouTube sensation Danny MacAskill thrilled the crowds with his street riding skills

The Animal Relentless Bike Tour displays were popular with the crowds

We have lift-off in the dirt jumping competition

A big crowd watched the finals of the MBUK Eliminator dual slalom

There were more than 700 entrants in the Cycling Plus Sportive supported by Pacific Outdoor Equipment

The Devil Takes the Hindmost circuit race was hotly contested

Windy conditions made the Procycling Hot Laps an even tougher challenge

Downhillers Marc Beaumont, Greg Minnaar and Gee Atherton tried out the Trixter X-Dream

Graeme Obree also had a go on Trixter's exercise-bike-cum-games-console

There were plenty of the latest bikes at the show expo, including Empire's cast downhill rig

MBUK magazine's Doddy helped keep the tunes pumping out at the Scott Sunset Sessions

There were all kinds of bikes to take for test rides on the circuit and mountain bike loop

There was plenty of partying going on in the main campsite...

... And even more to see and do inside the show itself

A series of talks, workshops and films kept visitors entertained in the Big Top

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