Nearly 50 cyclists saddled up recently for the fourth annual bike ride organised by East Neuk Responders.
With support from the National Trust for Scotland, the ride started and finished at Kellie Castle, by Pittenweem, and took in a windy 40-mile route taking in Kilconquhar, New Gilston and Kingsbarns.
Riders turned out with mountain bikes, road bikes and tandems and raised more than £800 from the day. The money will support the work of the First Responders and help to maintain the 36 Public Access Defibrillators (PADs) in place around the East Neuk.
For more about the First Responders go to www.enfr.org.uk or contact Anstruther Medical Practice on 01333 310352.