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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.

Cycling Scotland will be hosting 2 lunchtime drop in Q&A sessions in early January 2012 for applicants hoping to apply to the Cycle Friendly & Sustainable Communities Fund (CFSCF).

Europe looks set to have a pan-European network of cycle routes by 2020 after a favorable vote in the European Parliament last week.

A happier, healthier, greener, more active Scotland

With the shortest day of the year falling on Thursday, next summer seems a long, long way away, but it promises to be a cracking one for Britain’s cyclists and not just because of the London Olympics; nearly two dozen cycling organisations have joined forces to launch a Summer of Cycling for 2012 and beyond, which promises to be “a celebration of every facet of cycling, from the velodrome to the cycle path to the bike shop.”

Scotland’s Minister for Commonwealth Games and Sport got on her bike alongside some young mountain bike enthusiasts to launch a new one-stop-website for the sport in Scotland.

Angus Mountain Bike Trails Association (AMBTA) is holding a film night at the Hannah Maclure Centre, Abertay University, Bell Street, Dundee at 7pm on Friday 13 January 2012.  The night promises to be a good one with the premiere of the new Canadian Mountain Bike film ‘From The Inside Out’ followed by ‘Gravitate’ a film following the tyre tracks of competitors in The Scottish Downhill Association race series.
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