Keith Irving
Chief Executive

Keith Irving became Cycling Scotland Chief Executive in July 2014. He is responsible for leading Cycling Scotland, raising the profile of the organisation and delivering the Cycling Scotland vision to establish cycling as a mainstream, attractive and practical lifestyle option. Previously he led Living Streets Scotland for 6 years and has worked in transport planning and policy. He chairs the Cycling Action Plan Delivery Forum and serves on the Road Safety Operational Partnership Group.

Christopher Johnson
Head of Education & Training

Christopher manages all Development projects including Bikeability Scotland, Cycle Friendly Awards and Making Cycling Mainstream.

Denise Hamilton
Head of Communications

Denise manages all of the Policy, Monitoring, PR, Events and Communications projects for Cycling Scotland, including the Give Everyone Cycle Space Campaign, Pedal for Scotland, Bike Week and the National Assessment.

Yvette Murphy
Head of Finance and Corporate Services

Yvette is responsible for managing the organisation’s finances and is also Cycling Scotland’s company secretary.

Karlene Doherty
Head of Engineering

Karlene manages TP&E, the social enterprise engineering consultancy whose profits help further Cycling Scotland projects. Since joining TP&E in 2014 she has particularly enjoyed working on behalf of community organisations to deliver off-road rural active travel links. Karlene also assists Cycling Scotland through providing free Cycling Infrastructure Advice and facilitating Making Cycling Mainstream courses.

Kath Brough
Head of Behaviour Change

Kath looks after the Education and Behaviour Change programmes, which include Bikeability Scotland, Cycle Friendly Awards, Making Cycling Mainstream and Early Years Cycle Training projects.