On Saturday the 25th of January Stuart Doyle will be running for 24 hours along the Fife Coastal Path to raise awarenss for the Tartan Army Children’s Charity. He'll be setting off at 9am from Balmullo, a small village in Fife, around 7 miles from St Andrews before heading east for the Fife Coastal Path.
Chris Turner will be joining Stuart for this mini adventure from the start. Chris, no stranger to road cycling, will take on a new adventure of his own, jumping on a mountain bike and riding a large section of the trail with Stuart from 9am until about 3 or 4pm. They will follow the coastal trail all the way down to Leven where another Alistair Hunter will join the support crew. From here they will take it in turns cycling with Stuart into the darkness and the small hours of the morning.
The plan is to get down to North Queensferry, cross the forth road bridge back towards Edinburgh, get on the canal towpath and await daylight returning before they finish at 9am Sunday morning.
Stuart will probably have some haggis and a nip en route, it will be Burns Night after all!
You can follow their progress on twitter #24hourhaggisrun and find out more about the effort and links to donate here.