Twelve-time world champion Dougie Lampkin headlined a star-studded field at this year's Two Day Trial in Jersey.
He was joined by current British champion Jack Price and rising talent Toby Martyn at the event, which is organised by the Jersey Motor Cycle & Light Car Club.
More than 100 riders from the across the Channel Islands and UK competed altogether with Price claiming top spot overall.
Lampkin and Martyn finished second and third, with all three leading riders challenged by Saturday's wet conditions.
Richard Pallot was the top Jersey competitor, taking fourth ahead of club-mate Adam Le Cheminant.
Six locations were used including Bouley Bay and Rozel, with four levels of route difficulty ranging from novice to expert.
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