More than £6,000 has been raised by hundreds of Dundee cyclists in the annual charity Cyclathon.
About 300 riders pedalled their way around the city to raise cash for this year’s chosen charity, Marie Curie, as well as a number of other local charities.
The success of the 15th annual Rotary Club of Claverhouse event, which took place on September 9, was celebrated at Dundee City Council Chambers.
Families, individuals and groups from city clubs, organisations, schools and colleges were all recognised for their endeavours in completing the 26-mile Green Circular Cycle Route.
Lord Provost Ian Borthwick said: “Congratulations to all the cyclists who took part to raise much-needed funds for local charities.
“Dundee has invested in improving the Green Circular Cycle Route to provide enjoyment and satisfy the needs of the ever-increasing number of cyclists in the city.”
Morgan Academy were the winners of the Dundee Cyclathon Schools Cup, awarded to the school raising the most money.
The cheques, totalling £6,500, were handed over to the charities at the ceremony by the Rotary Club of Claverhouse, Menzieshill Whitehall Swimming and Water Polo Club, Grove Academy, Morgan Academy, Dundee Sea Scouts and Police Scotland.
Round-the-world cycling record holder Mark Beaumont will be helping to promote next year’s Cyclathon.