North-east cyclists have taken to the streets of Aberdeen to lobby for better infrastructure.
For the fourth year in a row citizens took part in the Pedal on Parliament – which aims to lobby politicians to improve conditions for people on push bikes.
Around 100 people cycled through the city yesterday from Hazlehead Park to Provost Skene’s House.
Among them was MP Kirsty Blackman and Aberdeen City Council’s transport convener Ross Grant.
Rachel Martin, a member of the organising committee for the event, said: “The most important thing we can achieve is that politicians are aware of it. “With the two politicians being there it gave us a chance to show that voters in Aberdeen want cycling infrastructure.
“The main purpose of the event is that if we want to boost cycling in Aberdeen, the council will have to build segregated cycle paths.”