The Relentless 24 mountain biking endurance marathon took place on Saturday October 11 at Witch's Trail in Fort William, Scotland. Around 300 riders completed a total of 2,026 laps on the seven mile course over the event's 24 hours.
In the solo class, local rider Jamie Cameron completed 27 laps to finish first. He came in ahead of Tim Mackley who completed 25 laps.
Two Fort William-based teams battled it out in the fours category, but it was the Glencroft Rabble, defending their 2007 title, who eventually took home the win after completing 36 laps. A team of four from Nevis Cycles and Off Beat Bikes covered just 25 laps, but still managed to bag the mixed team title.
Frazer Coupland, from organisers No Fuss Events, declared the event a success, with: "Riders of all ages and abilities enjoying themselves on some of the best trails in the world with music and entertainment thrown in to create a real family atmosphere."
For full Relentless 24 results and information on No Fuss Events can be found at No Fuss EventsHere's a video of all the action:
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