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Thousands will celebrate Scotland’s biggest bike event with 100 days to go
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Pedal for Scotland’s milestone 20th event set to draw national riders from across the country.

Cycle Friendly Campus Award for University of the West of Scotland Ayr Campus
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University of the West of Scotland receives its second Cycle Friendly Campus Award from Cycling Scotland.

Cycling Champion of the Year crowned at Cycling Scotland Annual Conference
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Sally Hinchcliffe has been named Cycling Champion of the Year in inaugural award from Scotland’s four national cycling organisations.

Deborah is Volunteer of the Year at Cycling Scotland Awards Ceremony
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Moray trainee teacher wins Volunteer of the Year Award at Cycling Scotland’s Bikeability Awards.

Andrea is ‘Pupils’ Choice’ at Cycling Scotland Awards Ceremony
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South Lanarkshire volunteer wins Pupil’s Choice Award at Cycling Scotland’s Bikeability Awards.

Royal Bank of Scotland receives Scotland’s first-ever Cycle Friendly Employer Plus Award
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Royal Bank of Scotland’s Gogarburn HQ presented with new Cycle Friendly Employer Plus Award by Cycling Scotland in recognition of its commitment to encouraging cycling.

Thousands take part in Scotland's biggest bike event, Pedal for Scotland
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Over 7000 people set off from Glasgow Green for Pedal for Scotland - the nation’s biggest bike event, organised by Cycling Scotland on 10 September 2017.

Cycling event first as Pedal for Scotland heads to the Fair City
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Perth becomes the latest venue to host a Wee Jaunt bike ride as part of Scotland’s biggest bike event, Pedal for Scotland.

Confidence building cycling course for Simon Community Scotland
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Pedal for Scotland and the Simon Community Scotland team up to deliver a confidence-boosting cycling course. 

Kinnaird Primary School given Cycle Friendly School Award from Cycling Scotland
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Kinnaird Primary School in Larbert, has gained the Cycle Friendly School Award from Cycling Scotland in recognition of their efforts to support and encourage cycling to school. 

Cycling Scotland Report shows long-term increase in cycling
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Over 5% of journeys to work regularly by bike.