Police are appealing for help to identify a cyclist who died in a crash with a car.
The man, thought to be between 40 and 50, appeared to have lost control on the A703 Edinburgh-Peebles road in the Scottish Borders.
He veered into the southbound carriageway and hit a Fiat Panda at about 4.20pm on Monday, Lothian and Borders Police said.
The man was wearing a yellow jacket, blue and yellow cycle top and black cycling shorts. He was riding a red and white Peugeot racing bike.
Sergeant Brian Jones said: "This was a terribly sad incident which has left a man dead and a number of witnesses greatly affected. There may be someone out there who recognises the description of this cyclist and I would appeal to them to come forward as a matter of urgency.
"Similarly, I would appeal to anyone who may have witnessed the incident to come forward - they may have vital information that could greatly assist us in establishing the full circumstances."
Police closed the road for about three and a half hours after the crash, which took place less than a mile north of Peebles.
The cyclist was given first aid by people at the scene until emergency services arrived and pronounced him dead.
Police believe he may have become unwell immediately before the crash.
Anyone with information can contact Galashiels police station on 01896 664545.