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CFCGlasgow Caledonian University has become Scotland’s first Cycle Friendly Campus, gaining the Cycle Friendly Award with Distinction from Cycling Scotland.

sustransSustrans Scotland is delighted to announce the five cycling and walking proposals to reach Stage Three in the unique Community Links PLUS design competition, announced by Derek Mackay, Minister for Transport and Islands in November last year.

cslogosqMusselburgh Outdoor Education Centre has been presented with a Cycle Friendly Employer Award by Cycling Scotland in recognition of its efforts to support and encourage more staff to cycle. 

bike-thumbThe International Comparator Study, commissioned by Cycling Scotland, identifies activities from five European areas proven to increase cycling levels.

SPIN-10-coverCycling Scotland’s biannual magazine, SPIN, is now available.

Wee Jaunt photo call at Glasgow Green#MY1STBIKE

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.

DerekMackay“The nation’s cycling infrastructure is in line for a real boost with a new Scottish Government competition designed to encourage more people to cycle for short journeys” Transport Minister Derek Mackay said in Edinburgh today (Thursday 12 November).

The Minister was speaking to over 200 delegates at the Cycling Scotland conference in Edinburgh as he announced details of the new ‘Community Links Plus’ competition for the design and construction of exemplar, on-road, segregated cycle lanes.

CYCLE FRIENDLY AWARD-LWCycling Scotland today (30 October) launched its brand new Cycle Friendly Community Award with an award first for Neilston Development Trust.

Williamston Cycling 5Primary 7 pupils from Livingston’s Williamston Primary School have won an activity fuelled day out at the Low Port Centre after clocking up an impressive 84 cycle trips to school during a week-long cycle to school competition run by Cycling Scotland. The competition was part of Cycling Scotland’s Give Everyone Cycle Space campaign which asked drivers to give those travelling by bike enough space when passing.

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