RBS staff were among those who took part in a 500-mile cycle ride to Edinburgh to raise money for Sport Relief 2016.
The second stage of the ride saw cyclists passing through Birmingham before finishing day two in Stafford.
Having started in London the cyclists later stopped in Blackburn before moving on to Carlisle, finishing on Friday, September 18 at the RBS headquarters in Gogarburn, Edinburgh.
Ross McEwan, RBS CEO, and Alison Rose, CEO of commercial and private banking, led the cyclists from Lamb Street – next to the RBS’ main offices in London – on the first 100 miles of the trip.
Andrew Harrison, regional managing director of NatWest, said: “Peddling 100 miles through the West Midlands was exhausting, but Sport Relief is a great cause and well worth the sweat. I am proud of the work the bank is doing to support local communities, whether that’s through Sport Relief, making grants to charities through our Skills & Opportunities Fund or sponsoring the Pride of Birmingham Awards this year.
“We want to be at the heart of this city and region.”