Are you a wannabe cyclist, but the horrors of 'helmet hair' keep putting you off?
Then have no fear, Highlands Hair and Beauty is on-hand to help.
Islanders who are signed up to the 'Love to Ride' challenge and cycling into town on Wednesday morning will be able to get their 'helmet hair' fixed for free at a pop-up salon in the Royal Square.
'Love to Ride' is a year-round cycling programme allowing people to log their cycle journeys online and take part in numerous cycling based challenges to encourage environmentally-friendly travel.
This week, islanders who are signed up to May's 'Bike Month Challenge' will have access to a range of treatments offered by Highlands Hair and Beauty students.
Between 07:30 and 10:00 on Wednesday 24 May, the students are offering a menu of treatments including blow dry or hair braiding to ensure cyclists are looking their best before heading in to the office.
The 20-minute slots will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis.
Additional services such as hand massages will also be available.
You can sign up to 'Love to Ride' HERE. Islanders who log a ride or refer friends during May will be entered into a draw to win prizes for themselves and their workplace teams.
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