Pedalling across 165 miles of Scottish roads, a group of 15 SAYFC members completed their A to B Charity Cycle Challenge in aid of their two chosen charities – RSABI and SAYFC.

Crossing through the three separate SAYFC regions from point A in Aviemore, all the way to Point B at Biggar Show the team have managed to achieve £5392 for their charities.

The 15 members who completed the challenge were: Grant Barr, David Black, Ally Brunton, Linsey Campbell, Jane Donald, Chloe Dunlop, April Forrest, James Hay, Ewan Lambie, Sally Mair, Aimèe Margrove, Alistair Middleton, Kayleigh Mitchell, Mhairi Watret and Lyndsay Wight.

The challenge was spearheaded by SAYFC’s national finance chair, Aimee Margrove: "I was keen to set a fundraiser that would be challenging, but would also provide the wellbeing benefits that comes with physical exercise, whilst bringing people together! Team spirits were certainly high when we arrived at Biggar Show – we were tired, but buzzing from making it to the show ring and knowing that we had raised an incredible amount for our charities - so thank you very much to everyone who has supported us it really is greatly appreciated!!"