Chris Archibald from TPS Perth & Kinross is planning to cycle around Turning Point Scotland services all across the country in a week in order to raise money for Make it Happen.

The route might be picturesque, taking in Scotland’s Highlands, Aberdeenshire, Perthshire, Dundee & Angus, Strathclyde and Dumfries & Galloway.

This will see him cover a distance of a total of 623 miles, averaging 75 miles a day!

That’s equivalent to 4-5 stages of the Tour de France or nearly a third of the total length of cycling’s most gruelling race.

You can cheer Chris on and welcome him around each service on the following dates in August:

21st  Perth to Govan Road, Glasgow by 1pm, then Inverclyde by 3.30/4pm.
22nd Inverclyde to Ayr by lunchtime, Dumfries by 5/6pm.
23rd Dumfries to Dundee by 5/6pm (at the latest)
24th Dundee to Aberdeen by 3/4pm
25th Aberdeen to Peterhead for mid-morning, then Fraserburgh mid-afternoon.
26th Fraserburgh to Elgin. There for lunchtime.
27th Elgin to Dunkeld (staying with colleague)
28th Dunkeld to Perth Open Day BBQ at 1pm.

So far Chris has raised over £200 and is well on his way to his target but lets help him raise even more for this fantastic effort!

If you’re interested in donating to his challenge he has set up a JustGiving page which you can visit here: