THREE regulars from a Highburton pub are switching to pedal power when they cycle for charity in a Flinstones style "car".
Colin Hanson, Frank Lawrence and Yvonne Pullen, who is undergoing treatment for hip cancer, will be attempting the 20-mile Great Milk (Stout) Ride around Nidderdale in North Yorkshire on a four-seater bike this Sunday.
All three, regulars at the Smiths Arms, will join up to 40 other customers from the pub at the fundraiser for Macmillan Cancer Relief.
The bike ridden by the trio was bought from a Filey holiday camp for £150.
Sheffield firm Pricecheck Toiletries paid for the vehicle which has been decorated by Mr Hanson, 42, over the past week.
The riders have had a couple of try-outs around Highburton and already turned a few heads on their spectacular machine.
"The seats have been covered in tiger skin, the canopy has been done as well. I'm going to be Barney Rubble!" said Mr Hanson.
Last year's ride made £26,021 for Macmillan."