A new Mountain Bike Leader Technical Advisory Group has been formed within Scottish Cycling, to direct and support the development and delivery of the Mountain Bike Leader Awards (MBLA) scheme. This move ensures that the Awards are at the core of Scottish Cycling and at the heart of the decision making processes.
Transport Minister Keith Brown has today announced details of more than £30million of funding for sustainable transport.
A 3.5-mile route from Clydebridge to the peak of the Braes is one of 36 climbs featured in a new book, The Cyclist’s Guide to Hill Climbs on Scottish Lowland Roads.
Government u-turn on sustainable transport funds welcome — but SNP manifesto failure remains
The Times has launched a public campaign and 8-point manifesto calling for cities to be made fit for cyclists:
Finance Minister John Swinney will announce his budget today, and there are indications that there may be additional money for sustainable transport.
Six Olympic champions and thousands of ordinary commuters have backed the Times campaign to improve the safety of cycling in towns and cities.
This year’s P6 pupils completed the new Bikeability Level 2 training course before Christmas and are hopefully putting their new skills to good use.
On Thursday 16 February 2012 The Fort William Mountain Festival in the heart of the west Highlands is the place to be for an evening of full-on mountain bike action. The festival’s bike night, supported by Alpine Bikes, stars none other than British mountain-bike legend Steve Peat.
Staff from Marie Curie Cancer Care got into the saddle to raise awareness of a challenge to boost much-needed funds for the charity.