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More people are getting involved in sport after being inspired by the achievements of athletes at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
New research into the Games’ legacy has found that more than one in four Scots are engaging in sporting activities, while 94 per cent plan to take steps towards a more active lifestyle in 2015.
Get active and WIN PRIZES doing the Workplace Cycle Challenge in January and February!
Councillors have passed plans for more than 80% of Edinburgh’s roads, including the whole of the city centre, to have a 20mph (32kmph) speed limit.
The season of overindulgence has come to an end and it’s time to shift those festive pounds and set some goals for 2015.
Cycling Scotland is encouraging Scots of all ages and abilities to saddle up and join the country’s biggest mass participation cycle ride – freshnlo Pedal for Scotland.
Local gold medallist Euan Burtonfirst to use the cycle stand launched in his honour.
Spin Winter 2014 is our Pedal for Scotland Souvenir Issue with pictures prizes and chance to win free entry to PfS 2015!
Lee Craigie from Kirkhill who competed in the 2014 Commonwealth Games as part of the Scottish mountain bike team is pictured using the new Legacy cycle rack which is now installed in Inverness City Centre. Joining her are – Provost Alex Graham, city Leader Cllr Ian Brown and Leader of The Highland Council, Cllr Drew Hendry.
A new law has come into force which makes the legal drink-drive limit in Scotland lower than elsewhere in the UK.
The change reduces the legal alcohol limit from 80mg to 50mg in every 100ml of blood.
Senior pupils from schools across the country have recently returned from a six day residential camp run by Cycling Scotland and funded by Transport Scotland designed to help them develop their passion for cycling into an action plan to be implemented within the school.