Employers

High Life Highland

High Life Highland

High Life Highland has embraced cycling at multiple workplaces across the Highlands, supporting hundreds of staff to cycle.

Maryfield Police

Maryfield Police

Maryfield Community Policing team in Dundee has embedded bikes into their working day and reaped the benefits.

Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

Wetlands are filled with biodiversity, providing homes for many endangered species, and people. Staff and visitors are being encouraged to cycle to the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust Caerlaverock Centre.

NHS Highland

NHS Highland

NHS Highland are supporting bank staff with access to bikes - providing independent travel to work throughout the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond.

Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park

Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park

Scotland's largest regional park welcomes over 700,000 people a year – now they have facilities to support staff and visitors to cycle.

Highland Home Carers

Highland Home Carers

Carers provide vital services to older and disabled people. Bikes are now helping them deliver care within their communities.

Scottish Canals

Scottish Canals

Scotland's canals are used every day by people for travelling, and represent a rich part of our cultural and natural heritage. Find out how Scottish Canals is working to create a cycling friendly culture.

Wood & Lambert Smith Hampton

Wood & Lambert Smith Hampton

These two organisations joined forces to become Cycling Friendly Employers - supporting "better motivated staff, healthier and happier people".

Wasps Studio

Wasps Studio

A former fishmarket in Glasgow has created a dedicated cycling space that's accessible for all.

James Norman (NHS Grampian)

James Norman (NHS Grampian)

Discovering e-bikes through a workplace pool bike scheme saw James of NHS Grampian fall back in love with cycling.