Plain clothed police are taking to Edinburgh’s streets to highlight the space cyclists need for everyone to use our roads safely.
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Queen Margaret University, becomes a Cycle Friendly Campus, gaining the Cycle Friendly Award, with distinction, from Cycling Scotland.
University of Glasgow becomes a Cycle Friendly Campus, gaining the Cycle Friendly Award, with distinction, from Cycling Scotland.
Cycling Scotland will be running its first ever Cycle Awareness Training course for learner drivers in Stirling, in partnership with Recyke-a-bike, on Sunday 26 February 1.00pm – 4.30 pm.
The Annual Cycling Monitoring Report, published on 3 February 2017 by Cycling Scotland, shows a long term increase in cycling.
Play on Pedals celebrates end of project, having enabled 7,148 pre-school children in Glasgow to ride a bike27/01/2017
Play on Pedals, a project funded to enable every preschool child in Glasgow to learn to ride a bike, marked the end of its current funding on Thursday at a celebratory event at the Glasgow Bike Station.
Transport Scotland has launched a refresh of the document that will outline how the Scottish Government, local authorities and all partners can help to achieve the challenging shared vision for cycling, in response to stakeholders’ calls for action.
Play on Pedals, a project that is enabling every pre-school child in Glasgow to learn to ride a bike, celebrated a milestone this month by reaching over 7,000 children with this important life skill.
Cycling Scotland are now accepting EoI’s for the Cycling Potential Tool (CPT) and the National Monitoring Framework system.
Cycling Scotland, with support from Transport Scotland and in partnership with Bright Green Business, has launched the Cycle Friendly Campus Internship programme.