A man from the north-east has taken up the challenge of cycling 10,000 miles, in memory of his father-in-law.
Paul Finnie, of Mintlaw, began the challenge in January and is already halfway through the mammoth task, in aid of Cancer Research.
He is performing the feat in memory of his father-in-law John Taylor, a popular figure from Longside who died last October.
He said: “It is quite hard going to keep it going.
“The aim is cycle about 200 miles a week and while I’m slightly ahead of schedule, I want to accrue miles in the bank over the summer months.”
Paul has already raised £10,000 for Kayleigh’s Wee Stars, which supports families with sick children, and Mintlaw Boys Club.
Click here to donate to Paul’s cause.