The roads and miles from Forfar to Glen Clova and back was the route taken on Saturday for a fundraising bike ride.
Bruce Webster from Forfar was joined by fellow cyclists Ronan Meek and Gordon Milne as they pedalled their way into the Angus glen.
They were offering their support to Forfar couple Lisa Ritchie and Alyn Hendry whose daughter Victoria requires an off-road buggy.
Victoria (9), a pupil at Kingspark School in Dundee, was diagnosed with severe epilepsy when she was six months old.
Her current wheelchair restricts the areas the family can visit.
Being keen walkers they like to go round Forfar Loch so the off-road buggy will make life easier.
Lisa said: “We do a lot of walking and an off-road buggy is easier to push on grass.
“The buggy costs £2567 and so far we have raised £1600.
“Unfortunately we need to pay the rest ourselves.”
The trio of cyclists made it to Glen Clova in one hour and 40 minutes with the return journey taking an hour and a half.
Lisa continued: “We would like to say a huge thank you to Bruce, who is a family friend, and his friends Ronan and Gordon who cycled with him to give him moral support.
“We would also like to thank Gillian Douglas who raised £460 at the Royal Highland Show earlier this year on the A M Phillip stand.”
The family have also had support from Robert Watt butchers in North Street and would love to hear from any other business willing to help with their fundraising efforts. Anyone willing to help can contact the Forfar Dispatch in the first instance on 01307 474043.