A Mesothelioma sufferer from Inverness will defy medics once again by taking on the gruelling task of navigating from Land's End to John o' Groats – despite being told he only has a year to live.
Etape Loch Ness
Hundreds of enthusiastic cyclists have pledged their support for next year’s Etape Loch Ness – less than 24 hours after crossing the finish line.
Male cyclist collapses in serious condition as more than 5,600 cyclists tackle sixth Etape Loch Ness
A male cyclist is in a serious condition in hospital after collapsing during this year’s record-breaking Etape Loch Ness.
More than 5,000 cyclists today completed a monster challenge in the sixth Etape Loch Ness.
This weekend, bikes will be creating a buzz in the Highland capital as more than 5,600 cyclists, along with an army of passionate spectators, enjoy the excitement of Etape Loch Ness.
It is a tough enough proposition with all the mod cons.
Inverness cancer victim to defy medic’s prediction that he had 12 months to live by taking part in Etape Loch Ness
A cancer victim is set to defy the odds this April by taking part in the Etape Loch Ness sportive after medical professionals feared he would not be alive to see this year’s event.
As a child suffering from haemophilia, David Thomson was effectively banned from riding a bike for fear of the consequences of any fall or knock.
The Etape Loch Ness cycle sportive has passed the fundraising milestone of £1million for Macmillan Cancer Support.
When most grandfathers are thinking about taking it easy, one Inverness man has decided to cycle the length of the UK.
A record 5,600 cyclists took part in the Etape Loch Ness sportive on Sunday, with many making an emotional journey for loved-ones and charity.
Lycra in every shade of the colour spectrum; the sound of wheels rolling along the open road; the buzz of excitement in the air – thousands of cyclists are about to descend on the Highland capital for the annual spectacle that is Etape Loch Ness.
A north woman has got back on her bike just months after receiving cancer treatment to beat the disease for a second time.
Cyclists taking part in this year’s Etape Loch Ness will be able to raise a toast to successfully completing the course with a limited-edition whisky bottled by Tomatin Distillery.
A stroke survivor is to cycle 66 miles for charity to inspire others on the road to recovery.
A Moray man battling cancer is preparing to complete part of the Tour de France to help fight the disease.
Parkinson’s fundraiser Leona thanks her “knights on their bikes” who helped her finish Loch Ness cycle challenge
A former PE teacher diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in her 30s has thanked three "knights on their bikes" who spurred her on to complete a gruelling cycle ride around Loch Ness at the weekend.
Police are investigating after a cyclist was left injured during a major cycling event near Loch Ness on Sunday.
More than 5,000 cyclists are limbering up for an annual event lapping Loch Ness.
A number of road closures have been confirmed Loch Ness for an annual cycling event.
Moray's MSP has been given a morale boost as he prepares to participate in a "gruelling" fitness challenge.
More than 1,000 cyclists are planning to saddle up to help a cancer charity reach a £200,000 fundraising target at the Etape Loch Ness event next year.
The breathtaking scenery, the camaraderie, the chance to cycle on traffic-free roads: there are lots of reasons why thousands of cyclists will be descending on the Highlands and taking part in Etape Loch Ness this weekend.
Concerns have been raised about delays on the busy A82 Inverness to Fort William trunk road at the weekend due to a charity cycling event around Loch Ness involving more than 4,200 bikes.
A cycling event over 66 miles around the iconic Loch Ness has sold out in record time.
Organisers have hailed the success of a popular cycling event which brought more than 3,300 riders onto the roads yesterday.
A Moray father is gearing up for a vigorous physical test this weekend to pay homage to his courageous eight-year-old daughter's conquest of cancer.
There’s been a huge demand for spaces on the closed-road cycling event Etape Loch Ness, with places selling out within 72 hours of launching. However, a limited number of slots are now available to cyclists who pledge to raise funds for the event’s official charity partner, Macmillan Cancer Support. The event takes place around the banks of Loch Ness on Sunday, April 26, and a number of riders can now secure one of the coveted slots by agreeing to raise a minimum of £100 for Macmillan.
Cyclists are gearing up for entries opening for one of Scotland's most popular road cycling events - Etape Loch Ness.