Cycling Scotland is the national cycling promotion organisation for Scotland, working towards a nation where people of all ages and abilities cycle more often.
We are delivering a range of exciting projects to provide training, promote cycling and influence policy at a local and national level and looking for enthusiastic and skilled people to join our team.
Play on Pedals will help all 4 year olds in Glasgow to get cycling before they go to school by teaching them to ride a bike. The project needs a mascot to help promote their fantastic work and need your design skills.
Hundreds of cyclists will descend on Edinburgh next month (Saturday 12 April) for Scotland’s first ever Red Bull Hill Chasers 2014 – the UK’s only multi-discipline uphill cycling race, transforming the historical Old Town into a gruelling race track for one night only.
Professor Colin Pooley of Lancaster University will outline findings from the pioneering and controversial Understanding Walking and Cycling research study. Edinburgh Council leader Cllr Andrew Burns will respond, followed by a panel discussion. All welcome!!
Cycle Hub Stirling is currently recruiting for a Cycle Hub Officer.
Mountain biking has grown by 7-10% over last 3 years and is now worth £49.5m per year to the Scottish economy, according to new research undertaken by University of Highlands and Islands and commissioned by Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland and its partners.
Bike Week would like to invite you to join us at our free Glasgow (26th Feb) and Edinburgh (28th Feb) workshops. It’s a great way for you to come and meet other local cycling enthusiasts and event organisers and the workshop is also a chance to benefit from guidance from experts in the world of event management and PR. We are running workshops in the morning and afternoon, so you can choose the most convenient time.
The Play on Pedals partnership is looking for a dynamic, organised and effective Development Officer to co-ordinate their ‘Dream Fund’ project.
An all-ladies cycling group Belles on Bikes have no qualms about stopping for a chat and cake during their outings.
Transport Scotland is rolling out a short series of free practice based events to share the learning from the Smarter Choices, Smarter Places programme.