Big Sunday cycle rides
The 2017 Coupar Angus Cycle Festival came to a close on Sunday, June 18 with the Big Sunday Cycle.
Three groups of cyclists enjoyed three different lengths of rides ranging in length from 10 to 66 miles in warm and sunny conditions.
The various groups all returned to Coupar Angus where they were served delicious curries by the Lime Tree Restaurant, including two curries made from chickens donated by the Two Sisters plant in the town.
Organisers have hailed the fourth annual Coupar Angus Cycling Festival as a great success with over 1,000 people attending various events over the eight days.
The next Sunday cycles take place this Sunday, July 2.
All rides meet at the Cross in Coupar Angus.
The two longer rides, which are around 20 and 30 miles in distance, leave at 10am.
The shorter ride, which covers around 10 miles, leaves at 11am.
Soup and cakes are available at the‘Y’ on Union Street after the cycles.
Cycling festival Hungry cyclists enjoy a curry after their Big Sunday Cycle