A man has pleaded guilty to causing the death of a cyclist after his vehicle collided with a group of riders near Hamilton on 1 July.
Nicholas Dryland, 22, appeared in Hamilton District Court on Thursday morning on three charges.
He admitted aggravated careless use of a motor vehicle causing death and two charges of careless driving causing death.
Cyclist, Craig Goulsboro, 50, died of head injuries after Dryland's vehicle clipped him as the car was passing a group of 14 riders. Two other cyclists were injured.
Judge Rosemary Riddell ordered a pre-sentence report and allowed for a restorative justice conference before sentencing on 11 October.