Volunteers, schools, campuses and workplaces are winners at Cycling Scotland Awards
Cycling Scotland’s annual award ceremony took place at the organisation’s conference held, in partnership with Transport Scotland and Perth & Kinross Council, at Perth Concert Hall on 7th and 8th November.
Schools can apply for a development grant of up to £3,000.
Scotland’s biggest bike event, Pedal for Scotland, will celebrate its 18th year in 2016 and promises to be bigger and better than ever with exciting new finish line and event village.
Record breaking adventurer and university Rector, Mark Beaumont, accepts Cycle Friendly Campus Award from Cycling Scotland.
Heriot-Watt University becomes a Cycle Friendly Campus, gaining the Cycle Friendly Award from Cycling Scotland.
Cycling as a main mode of transport in Dundee reached 4.2% in 2014, says Cycling Scotland’s Annual Cycling Monitoring Report.
Glasgow Caledonian University has become Scotland’s first Cycle Friendly Campus, gaining the Cycle Friendly Award with Distinction from Cycling Scotland.
Sustrans Scotland is delighted to announce the five cycling and walking proposals to reach Stage Three in the unique Community Links PLUS design competition, announced by Derek Mackay, Minister for Transport and Islands in November last year.
Musselburgh Outdoor Education Centre has been presented with a Cycle Friendly Employer Award by Cycling Scotland in recognition of its efforts to support and encourage more staff to cycle.
The International Comparator Study, commissioned by Cycling Scotland, identifies activities from five European areas proven to increase cycling levels.