A group of north-east cyclists has returned home after completing a five-day 700-mile cycle for charity.
Organised by Stonehaven community group Strive, the cyclists set out on Wednesday and covered the length of Scotland, from Stonehaven to Melrose, and back in aid of rugby legend Doddie Weir’s Motor Neurone Disease charity – the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation.
During the challenge, the cyclists met Scottish Rugby Union chairman Colin Grassie, the Glasgow Warriors squad at Scotstoun Stadium and Doddie.
Strive is aiming to hit a fundraising target of £75,000 this year, with a rugby tournament and charity ball on at Aberdeen’s Marcliffe Hotel still to come.
Strive founder Willie Tulloch said: “The whole experience has been absolutely fantastic and we were completely overwhelmed by the support that was given to us as we travelled.”