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wheelA new ‘build your own bike’ (BYOB) course being launched in the New Year by Common Wheel mental health charity, is calling for cycling enthusiasts keen to rebuild their bicycles, and help an award winning community mental health project at the same time.

cslogosqHouse of Commons Transport Committee: Road traffic law enforcement inquiry

Thank you for the opportunity to respond to this Committee Inquiry. Cycling Scotland is the nation’s cycling organisation. Working with others, we help create and deliver opportunities and an environment so anyone anywhere in Scotland can cycle easily and safely. Our vision is of a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

pfsWorld record breaking cyclist is joined by STV’s Sean Batty, cycling star Charline Joiner, and Capital FM’s Jennie Cook

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Cycling Scotland requires exceptional individuals to join our team of freelance Quality Assurance Associates.

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STV weatherman takes on 168 mile cycling challenge from Tarbert to Dunbar to help fight child poverty

Legacy 2014 logo blue.jpgThe lasting legacy of the Commonwealth Games has a permanent fixture in Aberdeenshire with the unveiling of a commemorative cycle stand by wrestling champion Viorel Etko.  Launched as part of the Legacy 2014 Active Travel programme, all Team Scotland Glasgow 2014 medallists nominated public places where stands in their medal colour would be installed.

Legacy 2014 logo blue.jpgThe lasting legacy of the Commonwealth Games has a permanent fixture in Stirlingshire with the unveiling of two commemorative cycle stands.  Launched as part of the Legacy 2014 Active Travel programme, all Team Scotland Glasgow 2014 medallists nominated public places where stands in their medal colour would be installed.

Legacy 2014 logo blue.jpgIn celebration of Legacy Week (9th – 15th March 2015), enthusiastic cyclists in Stirling launched the first ever Legacy Ride, marking the ongoing legacy of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.

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The lasting legacy of the Commonwealth Games has a permanent fixture in Edinburgh with the unveiling of commemorative cycle stands at the city’s Meadowbank Stadium.  Launched as part of the Legacy 2014 Active Travel programme, all Team Scotland Glasgow 2014 medallists nominated public places where stands in their medal colour would be installed. One bronze stand in honour of Shooting 50m Bronze medallist Jennifer McIntosh and a silver stand to recognize Louise Haston’s Silver medal in the Cycling Para sport sprint have been unveiled at Meadowbank.

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