Cycling Scotland is currently in a record period of delivery and an opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and ambitious Development Officer to join our team based in Glasgow.
The draft Cycling Delivery Plan was published by Department for Transport yesterday.
Members of a local club for people with mental health issues used the launch of Mental Health Awareness Week to promote their latest project.
Chief Executive of Cycling Scotland, Keith Irving, along with Nathan and Katie from the Pedal for Scotland team were invited along to the STV Appeal Big Live Show last night to present a cheque for the total amount raised for the Appeal by Pedal for Scotland riders in 2014.
Officials from the City of Edinburgh Council will address a national cycling conference later this year as other organisations look to follow Edinburgh’s lead in a pioneering cycle training scheme for lorry drivers designed to help them safely interact with those cycling on the roads.
Around 3,000 people from Glasgow and the surrounding area turned out for the freshnlo Pedal for Scotland Glasgow Family Ride on Sunday 21st September 2014.
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.