In pictures: Innerleithen downhill mountain biking

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image captionThe third leg of the British Downhill Series took place at Innerleithen in the Scottish Borders at the weekend with large crowds turning out to see some of the best mountain bikers in the business. All pictures by Tim Edgeler
image captionThe series - held at five different venues throughout the year - attracts 300 of the "world's fastest racers" at each event
image captionThe series is made up of five rounds running between the months of April and September on the "best tracks and venues the UK has to offer"
image captionThe other venues for this year's series are Combe Sydenham, Fort William, Llangollen and Bringewood
image captionThe trails in the Scottish Borders are recognised as some of the best in the UK and attract large numbers of riders all year round
image captionWinners of the elite categories at the weekend were Adam Brayton and Rachel Atherton but the overall leaders in their respective sections are Gee Atherton and Manon Carpenter
image captionThe Innerleithen course is about one mile long (1.6km) but drops about 1,000ft (300m) over its length
image captionThe riders move on to Llangollen in Wales at the end of the month for the next round in the series

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