Pedal on Parliament cycled to another successful event at the weekend.
The third event seen thousands of cyclists take to the streets campaigning for more funding invested in cycling and lower speed limits in areas used by cyclists.
Feeder rides were organised for those who wished to attend from various areas in the city including Portobello, Leith and North Edinburgh and even those further afield from Glasgow and Linlithgow cycled to the city to join in the protest.
The mass bike ride began at the Meadows with families and friends gathering with a minute’s silence to remember all the cyclists that have been killed on Scotland’s roads.
The ride then took off through the town to the route finishing at the Scottish Parliament.
Even the Police got on their bikes to support the cause.
It wasn’t just your usual bicycle styles as this chap had a very interesting journey.
Even four-legged friends joined in the fun as this little chap was spotted taking a lift in a basket.
And this wee one went to Puppy on Parliament.
Check out this amazing time lapse video from Allebong on Flickr who captured the moment riders arrived at the Scottish Parliament.
For the first time, Transport Minister Keith Brown attended the event.
And a number of speeches were made outside the Parliament exploring the messages behind the campaign.
Following the successful event, Pedal on Parliament made the front page of the Scotland On Sunday.
It seems it was another fantastic day for cyclists raising awareness of the cause.