SOME of the world's greatest mountain bikers helped celebrate TweedLove at the weekend.

And they were joined by close to 10,000 fellow riders and fans who descended on Peebles for the festival's final weekend.

Riders of all ages had already spent the best part of two weeks enjoying everything the Tweed Valley has to offer.

But, undoubtedly, it was TweedLove on the Green and its accompanying events which will live longest in the memory.

Sunday's terrific Shimano TweedLove International Enduro perhaps went with the form book as it was world number one Greg Callaghan who finished on top of the men's podium.

And the multiple world champion Tracey Mosely raced across the finishing line to take the women's title.

But the results only tell part of the story with 440 riders braving the elements and the highly technical challenges the Tweed Valley threw at them.

Callaghan showed tremendous riding speed to hold off the threat from Mark Scott and local favourite, Lewis Buchannan.

It was a similar story across the women's stages with Mosley being pushed hard all the way by the Tweed Valley's own Katy Winton and highly talented Andreanne Lanthier Nadeau.

Corey Watson took the Junior Men's title with Martha Gill triumphing in the Junior Women's race.

Legendary rider Steve Deas claimed the Super Vets title.

And it was Chris Buchan and Melissa Pearson who won the respective Vets crowns.

Amongst the thousands who gathered around the course and in the race village was world-famous stunt and trails rider Danny Macaskill.

Many of the visitors had travelled from countries such as Canada, USA, Australia, Holland, Spain, Germany, Finland and France to savour the final weekend of TweedLove.

Among the 65 stalls which made up the Tweed Green biking village was the TweedLove Mega Bike Demo offering local riders the opportunity to try out top range brands worth up to £20,000.

While Sunday's International Enduro grabbed most of the headlines, Saturday's Skinny Tweed road race was every bit as competitive.

More than 300 cyclists completed the scenic route, which included a pit stop at Broughton.

Brodie Runciman was first home from Ross Murphy and Robert Ballantyne.

Pippa Tanner took the women's title from Clare Black and Rozanne Galloway-Boynton.

Friday evening's G-Form Enjoyo may not have been quite as difficult as the main International Enduro but it did produce a few stars of the future.

Callum Thornley showed great technical ability to beat William Brodie and Ruaridh Johnson to the finishing line in the 12-14 year-olds race.

And Emily Carrick-Anderson showed a few Royal touches ahead of being crowned Beltane Queen to take the girls' race from Phoebe Gale and Ruby Thornley.

Emily's dad, Crawford, triumphed in the Enjoyo Over 40s race from Hugh Arthur and James Richards.

And it was Anjia Brickell who turned back the clock to take the Women's Over 40s crown from Adrienne Sidford and Ruth Mckean.

Calum Johnson held on for the 14-16 years title ahead of Jonte Williams and Russell Brown, with Rachel Anderson powering her way tot eh Girls race in front of Claudia Forbes-Walker and Leah Blake.

Georgia Leslie won the Enjoyo Under 40s title with Ellie Forgan finishing second and Rachael Mcdougal in third.

Ben Walter won the Men's Under 40s from Mark Bissett and Ian Carter.