Trawden’s Ross Crosby was in action at the Scottish Six-Day Trial earlier this month.
A total of 275 starters produced 217 finishers over the 450 miles and 180 sections.
The trial started in wet conditions which blanketed most of the week.
Ross had an excellent first day, dropping six marks which put him in 13th position - beating some World Championship competitors.
He dropped four marks on Tuesday but ended up 14th.
He gritted his teeth through technical problems with the bike on days three and four, dropping to 30th, but two commendable days’ riding brought him back up to finish in 24th position.
The trial was won by Dougie Lampkin for the seventh time.