Three generations of the Hanley family crossed two bridges and racked up 100 km on their bikes on Sunday, 16 August 2020 to raise funds for the charity Scottish Autism.

The trek was led by 75 year old Kenneth Hanley from Edinburgh, whose granddaughter Holly is autistic. He was joined by his son Keith and 16 year old grandson Calum. 

The riders started in Edinburgh city centre and then completed a loop through Fife, Central Scotland and West Lothian before finishing back in the capital at the Scottish Parliament.

The trio has so far raised £1500 towards their goal of £3,000.

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