In terms of variety, it was hard to beat the past weekend for cycle races. We had the UCI Cyclocross World Championships in Belgium, the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race in Australia, the Challenge Mallorca in the Mediterranean and Grand Prix Cycliste la Marseillaise in France.
We’ve collected together a dozen of the best photos from a memorable weekend.
UCI president Brian Cookson answers questions at a press conference in Zolder, Belgium, on Sunday morning after a bike was found to have a concealed electric motor at the Cyclocross World Championships.
British rider Evie Richards puts on the rainbow jersey for the first time after she became the inaugural women's under-23 cyclocross world champion.
Fabian Cancellara at Challenge Mallorca (Watson)
Belgian fans pulled out all the stops to support their riders in the 2016 Cyclocross World Championships.
Beñat Intxausti and Michal Kwiatkowski look like they have already formed a friendship as they take part in their first race together for Team Sky at the Challenge Mallorca.
Team Sky top man Sir Dave Brailsford looked relaxed at the Challenge Mallorca during the weekend's racing. What's really going on in this photo? We're not quite sure.
Peter Kennaugh looked serious before the start of the 2016 Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race... and it turned out he was. The British champion took a memorable solo victory.
Racing at the Cyclocross World Championships was virtually overshadowed by the 'mechanical doping' scandal, where Belgian rider Femke Van den Driessche's bike was found to have a concealed electric motor. The world's press wanted to know how and why it happened.
Dries Devenyns lunges to the line just ahead of Thibaut Pinot to win the 2016 Grand Prix Marsellaise in France on Sunday.
Belgian Pauwels fights through the mud at the Cyclocross World Championships in Belgium. Home fans were later accused of throwing urine on riders from the Netherlands during the elite men's race.
As its name suggests, the Great Ocean Road Race passes along the famous Australian coastal highway, next to beaches favoured by surfers. It provides a stunning backdrop.
Dutchwoman Thalita De Jong won the elite women's cyclocross title at the rain-swept World Championships in Belgium on Saturday.