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A look at a practical example of the effects of climate change and extreme weather on paths.

A COUPLE cycling more than 12,000 miles for charity have so far battled protests and sweltering temperatures on their mission to raise £100,000.

It is not all doom and gloom tomorrow as The Scottish Bike Show inject a little bit of happiness with this fantastic offer.

Experienced cyclists and those who haven’t used pedal power for years are being encouraged to take part in a special 51-mile cycle

Campaigners are calling on the Scottish government to abandon plans to cut the amount it spends promoting cycling and walking.

Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to book your place on the freshnlo Pedal for Scotland 2012 at a discount rate.

Commonwealth Games hopeful James McCallum awards Daily Primary Schools Level 1 Bikeability. James has also pledged his intention to defend his title at the South Carrick David Bell Memorial on Sunday June 10th 2012.

For the first two weeks of January 2012 TweedLove, the ten day bike festival in the cycle-friendly Tweed Valley, are having a ‘January Sale’.

Transport Minister Keith Brown is encouraging Scots to make 2012 the year they explore alternative means of travel, including cycling, walking and using public transport.

Cycling Scotland is seeking a transport consultancy to help establish national and regional statistics for the modal share of cycling in Scotland.

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