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Give Cycle SpaceCycling Scotland has launched its new road safety awareness campaign, Give Everyone Cycle Space.

The campaign, funded by Transport Scotland, asks people driving to give those on bikes, especially children and young people, enough space when overtaking – at least as much space as they would give a car.

Springfield Cycle Friendly SchoolSpringfield Primary School, Linlithgow is the first school in West Lothian to be awarded Cycle Friendly School status in recognition of their efforts to support and encourage cycling to school.

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

2015-03-23 Transport Minister and Cycling Scotland staffActive travel in Scotland has been given a £10 million boost thanks to funding announced by Transport Minister Derek Mackay in Glasgow today.

Mr Mackay confirmed the allocation for cycling and walking infrastructure at a meeting with active travel stakeholders.

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.

cslogosqReport shows 32% increase in cycling since 2003

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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.

cslogosqGrants of up to £5,000 available to groups who encourage cycling in their community and deliver sustainable cycling projects.

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