A memorial bike ride has taken place for the champion cyclist Jason MacIntyre.
Jason MacIntyre's funeral took place on Wednesday
The 34-year-old was killed earlier this month after a collision with a van while he was training on the A82 near Fort William.
About 70 people came from across Scotland to take part in the 25-mile event in the Highlands.
The group cycled to the scene of the accident, where they observed a minute's silence.
The location, known locally as Cars Corner, has become a makeshift shrine to Mr MacIntyre, with jerseys and other articles on display.
His widow, Caroline, was there to thank those who took part.
Donald Paterson, who had been a training partner of Mr MacIntyre, organised the event.
He said: "It went very well and there was a good turnout, especially considering there has been bad weather.
"Jason's dad said a few words and a few of the boys laid some jerseys.
"It was a chance for us to pay a moment of respect."
Mr MacIntyre, who was a triple British and Scottish time trial champion, had been hoping to make the British Olympic team.
His death on 16 January came a day after he had been given funding to train for the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
He lived in Fort William with his wife and nine-year-old twin girls.