An Aberdeenshire man who has overcome trauma and tragedy through cycling has conquered one of Europe’s most fearsome mountain passes.
Ride the North
An Aberdeenshire man who has overcome trauma and tragedy through cycling is gearing up for a gruelling series of events.
Nearly 1,000 cyclists have pounded roads, paths and tracks across the north-east as part of one of the country’s most scenic sporting challenges.
Transport chiefs have come under fire after it emerged the cyclists invited to become the first to take to a major stretch of the AWPR will be unable to use their own bikes.
A Moray man battling cancer is preparing to complete part of the Tour de France to help fight the disease.
This week marked the 20th anniversary of the referendum on devolution when Scotland voted overwhelmingly for a Scottish Parliament with tax-raising powers.
A north-east charity which supports local children with severe disabilities has raised over £40,000 after taking part in Ride the North.
A group of 21 cycling enthusiasts are preparing to tackle the famous Ride The North cycle event for a local cancer charity later this month.
A north-east woman is set to take on two momentous challenges this year in a bid to raise £20,000 for charity.
An Aberdeenshire dad is preparing to embark on an epic cycle ride to raise money for the ARCHIE Foundation.
A group of employees from engineering firm PD&MS Energy completed the Ride the North biking challenge to raise funds for emergency care charity the Sandpiper Trust.
Employees from an award winning north-east private medical clinic are gearing up to take part in a series of fundraising challenges for a local charity.
Ten months ago Paul Squire had a heart attack. Aged 42, years of neglect, complacency and idleness had taken their toll. Since last summer he has been fighting back.