Following the First Minister’s announcement during Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Cycling Scotland, in partnership with Sustrans Scotland and Transport Scotland, will be providing a second round of Legacy Cycle Parking for Scottish workplaces, universities and colleges.
Thursday 13th and Friday 14th November 2014
The Cycling Scotland Conference celebrates its tenth anniversary in the iconic Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, Glasgow.
Hundreds of families from across Aberdeen saddled up and took part in the second freshnlo Pedal for Scotland Aberdeen Family Ride today (14 September).
Over 300 registered riders participated in the event, which returned to Aberdeen after a successful debut in 2013.
Around 8,000 people on bikes showed their pedal power today (7 Sept) as they took part in freshnlo Pedal for Scotland, the country’s biggest mass participation cycling event.
Transport Planning and Engineering (TP&E) is the specialist engineering consultancy for active travel infrastructure in Scotland. Due to the growing popularity of cycling and increased funding, TP&E is looking for an enthusiastic engineer, experienced in transportation, to join our team.
A big thank you to the record number of workplaces who participated in yesterday’s Big Count.
The Big Count is Scotland’s Cycle To Work Survey, asking you twice a year to visit the bike parking at your workplace and count the number of bikes there that day. It’s that simple.
Play on Pedals, a Games Legacy project for Glasgow, has received support from two of the city’s cycling heroes – triple Paralympic Gold medal winner Aileen McGlynn OBE, who recently scooped two silver medals at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, and James McCallum, who won Bronze at the Melbourne Commonwealth Games 2006.
Primary 6 pupils from Crombie Primary, Westhill saddled up and headed to Hazelhead Forest today (27 August) for a day of mountain biking with Adventure Aberdeen ahead of freshnlo Pedal for Scotland Aberdeen Family Ride.
From the in-field of the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome and hot on the heels of the excitement of the Games, on 13th and 14th of November Cycling Scotland will present a programme of informative and inspiring speakers discussing recent developments in cycling. Philip Darnton OBE and Executive Director of the Bicycle Association will chair.