One biker has died and another has been injured in separate crashes in Perthshire.
Police described both incidents – on the A93 near Perth Racecourse and on the A9 at the Kindallachan turnoff- as serious and each involved involved a motorcycle.
The A9 was closed until just before 6pm between Dunkeld and Ballinluig following the accident which happened at around 11am on Saturday, while the A93 Perth to Braemar road reopened at 11.30am, after being closed for more than an hour.
A supporters bus carrying fans to Ross County’s game against Greenock Morton was involved in the A9 collision.
A statement on the club’s Facebook page said: “Earlier today, a coach carrying Ross County FC supporters was involved in a serious road accident on the A9.
“All supporters are apparently uninjured and now returning home.
“It would be inappropriate for the club to make any further comment at this time as this is an ongoing police investigation.”
A male biker was taken to hospital with broken limbs and a head injury following the A93 collision with a car but the condition of the biker involved in the A9 accident is not yet known.
Diversions were in place on the trunk road, as hundreds of bikers make their way to Aviemore to attend the annual Thunder in the Glens Harley Davidson bike rally, taking place this weekend.
Police asked motorists to avoid the area if possible as diversions are gridlocked.
A Tayside Police statement said: “We are continuing to respond to a serious road traffic collision on the A9 between Ballinluig and Dunkeld which happened shortly after 11am.”