Keyline cyclists get on their bikes for charity

CIVILS and drainage solutions specialist Keyline has announced it will be again host a charity cycle event in Scotland to raise cash for Prostate Cancer UK.

A group of cyclists will start a three-day, 300-mile bike ride on June 7. The team will set off from the Keyline Dumfries branch, where they will face a 96-mile cycle ending at the Adrossan Harbour. On Day Two, the cyclists will catch a ferry across to the Isle of Arran and then bike another 96 miles to Oban. The final day will involve a hilly 108-mile ride to the finish line – the Keyline branch in Inverness.

The team hopes to beat the £8,000 raised last year.

Frazer MacBean, regional operations manager for Scotland and the north – and the charity cycle organiser – said, “After such astonishing success at last year’s event, we have decided to host the charity cycle again this summer. We intend to smash last year’s generous donations that totalled a staggering £8,000. Everyone at Keyline is extremely grateful for the ongoing support this event has received and we welcome everyone to help raise more money for an amazing cause.”

If you wish to take part or find out more, email or

To make a donation, the Keyline Just Giving Page can be found at –