Pupils get bike prepared
Before the summer holidays, pupils from Arran High School visited the island’s primary schools to promote the health and wellbeing benefits of cycling.
With skills gained from the Cycling Scotland school camp they attended in October, the secondary school pupils coached their primary school peers through a series of challenges on a fun mountain biking skills course, which included ramps, jumps, seesaws and limbo poles.
Also available at each school was the offer of free bike MOTs, with 38 bikes in total receiving some form of repair.
Arran High School pupils meet Shiskine Primary cyclists.
Arran Mountain Bike Club members put bicycles through their MOTs.