Montrose Rotary Club has organised a Father’s Day bike ride in aid of Prostate Cancer Scotland.
Local Rotarians want the public and business communities to go the extra mile to help raise awareness of a disease that affects one in 11 men.
Montrose is one of many Rotary Clubs in District 1010 which has organised a Bike Ride For Life.
It is hoped that cyclists of all ages will join Rotarians on the charity bike rides along roads, cycle paths, in parks and on static bikes.
“There are a number of ways people can take part,” said Montrose Rotary president Hamish Watt.
“We want amateur cyclists, families and friends to simply cycle on one of the two routes we have organised in and around Montrose.”
Both routes will start from Montrose Sports Centre at noon on June 21 with cyclists assembling at 11.30am.
The cost is £5 per adult with free entry for under-16s, who must be accompanied by an adult.
Route one for junior and families with younger children will follow cycle paths and quiet roads past Charleton and finish over the Kinnaber Viaduct, a total distance of approximately 6km.
Route two for experienced riders will also follow cycle paths and quiet roads via Craig Road, Ferryden and Balkiellie to Lunan Bay car park, returning via Usan Road and finishing back at Academy Square, Montrose, a total distance of about 20km.
Entry and sponsorship forms are available from Watts Legal Practice, 55 High Street and Van Werninck Studio, 143 Murray Street, Montrose.