The final part of a cycle route linking Dunfermline, Alloa and Stirling is now in place.
Cyclists can now enjoy a smoother and more direct journey on the local cycle network with the completion of improvement works.
Clackmannanshire Council has recently completed the surfacing of the cycle path between Tullibody and Cambus.
The work, to complete the final section of the NCN76 through Clackmannanshire, had the support of Sustrans and Sestran.
The new path, a route along the Forth, has been made possible thanks to Diageo, which has allowed it to cross its land in Cambus.
Katherine Soane of Sustrans Scotland said: ”These routes are a real asset to Clackmannshire residents, providing them with a real alternative to the car for everyday journeys or those just out for breath of fresh air.”
The funding was made available to Sustrans Scotland by the Scottish Government.