Over a thousand cyclists completed the challenge
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Thousand finish Isle of Man End to End bike race

More than 1,000 cyclists have completed the Isle of Man's 46-mile End to End mountain bike challenge.

West Midlands cyclist Matt Clinton won the event in three hours, two minutes and 54 seconds on his fourth attempt in the race.

Riders tackled 1,500m of climbing, combining fast roads, sweeping moorland paths, country lanes and forest single-track racing from the north of the island before they reached the finish at Cregneash in the south of the island.