We often hear of electric bikes offering people of all abilities, age, or background an opportunity to get out there on the open road and enjoy cycling.
MS sufferer Duncan Booth is planning to cycle from to Sweden to raise £2,000 for the MS Society.
Father-of-three Duncan Booth, 46, has secondary progressive MS and, unable to walk long distances, each year he sets himself a different challenge.
MS is an unpredictable condition that affects more than 100,000 people in the UK. It is often painful and exhausting and can cause problems with how people walk, move, see, think and feel.
Duncan uses an electric bike, which he says has given him a new sense of freedom.
He said: "Everything I do is uncomfortable, but when I’m on my e-bike it’s not uncomfortable. It’s changed my life completely."
To sponsor Duncan visit www.justgiving.com/duncanbooth