Our current Chief Executive Ian Aitken will be leaving Cycling Scotland this summer to pursue a new venture in Argyll, after 10 years with the organisation.
The purpose of the Cycle Friendly and Sustainable Communities Fund (CFSCF) is to support groups to encourage cycling in their community and to deliver a sustainable cycling project.
New cycling routes are to be set up across Scotland following a funding announcement from Transport Scotland. Sustrans the transport charity is going to build 136 projects in an effort to get people out on bikes.
Scotland’s transport minister has hit out at the UK government over a “delay” in proposals to restrict driving licences for young drivers.
A bike-hire scheme will be launched across Glasgow in May.
If you live or work near one of the Commonwealth Gales venues, Get Ready Glasgow would like to keep you up to date with what hosting the Games in Glasgow will mean to you. Throughout March, Glasgow City Council, Glasgow 2014 Ltd and Police Scotland are holding local information sessions to help Glasgow residents find out more.
East Dunbartonshire is going to be streets ahead thanks to fresh investment aimed at encouraging people to walk, cycle and use public transport.
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!!