Cycling Scotland, in partnership with The Scottish Centre for Healthy Working Lives, is offering employees of Cycle Friendly Employers (CFE) or employers working towards CFE status the opportunity to become a Workplace Cycle Instructor or Cycle Ride Leader.
Cycling Scotland has made the last few Workplace Grants of up to £1,000 available to employers registered for its Cycle Friendly Employer award.
7stanes CIC, Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland and Visit Scotland saddle up for Tourism Workshops.
The British Horse Society Scotland (BHS Scotland) with the support of Scottish Access Technical Information Network (SATIN) will be delivering technical ‘Equestrian Access’ events during 2014 for practitioners interested and involved in outdoor access development and management in Scotland.
Paths for All – the charity that promotes everyday walking in Scotland – is aiming to inspire people across the Central Scotland Green Network (CSGN) area to take part in ‘active travel’ by sharing examples of excellence from across the region and beyond.
Cycling Scotland has received several requests to develop criteria for a Cycle Friendly Community Award. This would be similar to the Cycle Friendly School and Employer Awards that Cycling Scotland currently administers.
PAHA is seeking nominations for physical activity programmes from your setting, sector and profession.
Cycling Scotland has the following job opportunities to join its Glasgow-based team.
A new consortium has been launched to make central Scotland the UK’s top mountain biking destination for families.
Two years ago Graeme Obree set himself the challenge to build a bike capable of competing at the IHPVA World Speed Championship at Battle Mountain, Nevada. True to style Obree kept the approach simple, building his bike, The Beastie, in his kitchen using a mix of recycled bits and pieces, including an old sauce pan.