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scotgov2Swinney outlines plans to tackle inequality, boost the economy and protect public services

bikeabilityuAll Bikeability Scotland instructors are invited to our regional conferences in March 2015.

cslogosqGet active and WIN PRIZES doing the Workplace Cycle Challenge in January and February!

pfsThe season of overindulgence has come to an end and it’s time to shift those festive pounds and set some goals for 2015.

Cycling Scotland is encouraging Scots of all ages and abilities to saddle up and join the country’s biggest mass participation cycle ride – freshnlo Pedal for Scotland.


Local gold medallist Euan Burtonfirst to use the cycle stand launched in his honour.

cslogosqSpin Winter 2014 is our Pedal for Scotland Souvenir Issue with pictures prizes and chance to win free entry to PfS 2015!


cslogosqSenior pupils from schools across the country have recently returned from a six day residential camp run by Cycling Scotland and funded by Transport Scotland designed to help them develop their passion for cycling into an action plan to be implemented within the school.

Big Count Results


cslogosqThanks to everyone for taking part in our annual September Big Count, by getting out and counting the number of bikes parked at their workplaces on 17th December.

cslogosqDawson Bike Club in Falkirk, Kingussie Community Development Company, Neilston Development Trust in East Renfrewshire and Transition Black Isle have been selected by Cycling Scotland as partner organisations to develop the new Cycle Friendly Community Award, funded by Transport Scotland.

Transport-Scotland-logo1Transport Minister Keith Brown has unveiled the Scottish Government’s long term vision for active travel in Scotland to 2030.

The vision aims to encourage more people to walk and cycle for everyday shorter journeys.

It focuses on areas such as infrastructure, transport integration, cultural and behaviour change, community ownership and planning.

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