Guernsey cyclist Tobyn Horton has announced his retirement from professional racing.
The 32-year-old has spent the last six years riding for the Madison Genesis team, but missed most of this summer after breaking his collarbone.
That injury came in the second round of the Tour Series in Motherwell, a championship he helped the team win in 2015.
Horton's biggest individual triumph came at the London Nocturne in 2014, which came in the same week as his first solo victory in the Tour Series at Canary Wharf.
The criterium specialist is also a three-time Island Games gold medallist and has represented Guernsey at four Commonwealth Games, finishing seventh in the road race at Gold Coast 2018.
Horton, who was named Channel Islands Sports Personality of the Year in 2013, says he will now dedicate some of his time to coaching.