MORE than 2500 cyclists were in Bathurst over April 21 and 22 for the annual Bathurst Cycling Classic.
The cycling festival featured four events across the two days.
These were criterium racing in the central business district, hill climb at Mount Panorama, family fun on the criterium course and the Blayney 2 Bathurst (B2B) race.
Sunday’s big race included a 110 kilometre long course and a 70 kilometre short course, both starting from Blayney and making their way through scenic villages until they reached the finish line at Mount Panorama.
The first person to cross the line was Matthew Dinham, a cyclist from Manly.
- WATCH:The first cyclists cross the line at the end of the B2B.
It was a tough weekend, but one full of many achievements for the participating cyclists.
Click through our gallery to see the moments our photographers captured across the weekend.