Two teenage cyclists crossed the border today as part of a marathon ride the length of Britain to raise money for charity.
Instead of sitting around doing nothing during school holidays, 15-year-old Tom Claxton and 16-year-old Giles Calder got on their bikes.
The pair set off from John O’Groats last Wednesday and hope to arrive at Land’s End 1000 miles later.
The teenagers, who attend Lomond School in Helensburgh, want to raise cash for international charity WaterAid.
Read the full news article on the Evening Times website: www.eveningtimes.co.uk/news/1000-mile-charity-bike-ride-1.1046935.
Make a donation: www.justgiving.com/Britain-On-A-Bike.