Dozens of people visited Ae Forest in Dumfries and Galloway to take part in the all abilities day which was held at the weekend
People from across the UK have taken part in an event to encourage disabled riders to tackle mountain bike trails across southern Scotland.
The all-abilities day was held at Ae Forest near Dumfries at the weekend.
The route is one of the 7stanes trails which are located throughout Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish Borders.
Organisers said they were keen to open up the trails to "as many different groups of people as possible", including those with disabilities.
More than 80 people took part in the event on Saturday.
Ae Forest is among the first in the UK to have a downhill track suitable for disabled - as well as non-disabled - riders.
Colin Williamson of Forestry Commission Scotland said the event showed what the area had to offer.
"As we've seen, all people can come to Ae Forest and, if they have the right equipment, can go out on the trails and enjoy themselves," he said.
"We are working towards making other 7stanes trails open for people of all abilities and will announce these when they are complete.
"We have also taken on board what people with disabilities have told us today about subtle changes needed for these trails."