Around 1000 people showed their pedal power today (5 Sept) as they took part in the Wee Jaunt Glasgow bike ride, organised by Cycling Scotland.
Bike hire scheme Bike & Go is to drop bike hire charges for 24-hours in order to help ScotRail users to take part in Cycle to Work Day.
Renfrewshire Council workers were put through their paces today (11th August) when they took part in a Practical Cycle Awareness Training course (PCAT). The one-day course, devised and delivered by Cycling Scotland, aims to raise awareness among fleet drivers of people cycling by asking them to get on their bikes to gain a greater understanding of how those on bikes, and other vulnerable road users, behave on the road.
Data shows the direct annual economic benefit is over £1.05 million, with a further £1 to £2 million gained through health benefits to participants from across Scotland.
STV Presenters, David Farrell and Jennifer Reoch, launch the Wee Jaunt Glasgow bike ride taking place this September as part of Pedal for Scotland.
Minister for Transport and Islands, Derek Mackay MSP, and STV Edinburgh’s Ewen Cameron and Hayley Matthews launch the Wee Jaunt Edinburgh taking place this September as part of Pedal for Scotland.
MadeBrave® and Cycling Scotland were joined by 278 Battery Royal Artillery for the launch of the Pedal for Scotland MadeBrave® Team Challenge.
Cycling Scotland Conference 2015 – Save the Date!
11 and 12 November at Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh.
The Cycling Scotland Conference this year takes to the capital with two days of study tours, events, workshops and top speakers including Derek Mackay, MSP, Minister for Transport and Islands.
Cycling Scotland is to support community groups to take a leading role in transforming their area and receive Cycle Friendly Community Award.
Community groups across Scotland will be able to apply for a Development Grant of up to £20,000 to help them overcome barriers to cycling and work towards becoming a Cycle Friendly Community.
An alliance of Scotland’s national walking and cycling charities have launched a joint platform setting out how to radically improve Scotland’s public health by getting Scots more active