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More than a third of people in Scotland don't leave 1.5 metres and 8 in 10 become frustrated when overtaking someone cycling.
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Give Cycle Space 2020 press release

New data suggests big increase in people cycling since social distancing measures introduced in Scotland
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Cycling Scotland’s nationwide network of cycle counters shows significant increase in people cycling from mid-to-end March compared to same period last year due to Covid-19.

Glasgow east end Primary School children complete Bikeability Scotland training as national figures top 300,000
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Bikeability Scotland is the national cycle training programme for school children, funded by Cycling Scotland through grant funding by Transport Scotland. The programme is free for schools and pupils and Cycling Scotland hopes to inspire more schools to contact them and move up a gear.

Environmental factors increasingly important to people in Scotland, according to new cycling research
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Every two years, Cycling Scotland – the nation’s cycling organisation – commissions independent research, funded by Transport Scotland, to track attitudes towards cycling. 

Record increase in schools offering free cycle training for pupils
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Bikeability Scotland is the national cycle training programme for school children, funded by Cycling Scotland through grant funding by Transport Scotland. The programme is free for schools and pupils and Cycling Scotland hopes to inspire more schools to contact them and move up a gear.

Further £1.8 million for walking and cycling facilities across Scotland
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149 organisations comprised of community groups, employers and social housing providers will share £1.8 million in support to improve facilities for walking and cycling.

Last ride for Pedal for Scotland's Glasgow-Edinburgh event
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Pedal for Scotland will evolve into shorter, local and free events in an effort to help more people enjoy cycling, regardless of income.

Funding helps to build a cycle friendly nation
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Twenty-four organisations across Scotland have had a great start to the year having been awarded funding for projects and facilities that will get their staff cycling.

Thousands will celebrate Scotland’s biggest bike event 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 UWS 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 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 Awards Ceremony
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Moray trainee teacher wins Volunteer of the Year Award at Cycling Scotland’s Bikeability Awards.

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