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.
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.
Pedal for Scotland will evolve into shorter, local and free events in an effort to help more people enjoy cycling, regardless of income.
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.
Pedal for Scotland’s milestone 20th event set to draw national riders from across the country.
University of the West of Scotland receives its second Cycle Friendly Campus Award from Cycling Scotland.
Sally Hinchcliffe has been named Cycling Champion of the Year in inaugural award from Scotland’s four national cycling organisations.
Moray trainee teacher wins Volunteer of the Year Award at Cycling Scotland’s Bikeability Awards.
South Lanarkshire volunteer wins Pupil’s Choice Award at Cycling Scotland’s Bikeability Awards.
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.
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.
Perth becomes the latest venue to host a Wee Jaunt bike ride as part of Scotland’s biggest bike event, Pedal for Scotland.