A world champion rower from Angus swapped paddles for pedals for an 8000km cycle through the North American continent to raise money for three good causes.
As National Cycle to Work Day returns this week in a bid to encourage more of us to consider a healthier way of commuting, Richard Rooney meets one man who made the switch to the saddle and has not looked back.
A Perthshire cycle path project designed to encourage people to take to two wheels has been given a ministerial seal of approval.
Decision makers will gather in Perth next month for a major national conference that could define Scotland’s future cycling strategy.
Scientists have proved that we never forget how to ride a bike – apparently it’s all to do with the cerebellum’s ability to remember key motor skills. And so, even if you haven’t put bum to saddle since you were a child, Cycle to Work Day on Wednesday is the perfect chance to put the boffins’ theory to the test.
Cash to help create a new path in the East Neuk has been secured by the cycling sub-group working on behalf of Anstruther Community Council.
If you were asked: “Do you want to lose weight, save money and reduce your stress levels?” the majority of us would answer “Yes”.