Cycling Friendly Campus
Help your students to stay active, support their mental health and save on transport costs.
Our Cycling Friendly Campus programme supports colleges and universities to promote cycling as a healthy and sustainable travel option for staff and students through a development fund, an award accreditation and an internship programme.
What? Funding of up to £25,000 can be used for facility improvements, bikes and bike equipment that will make it easier for students and staff to cycle.
Why? By improving facilities, more students and staff will be able to stay healthy, support their wellbeing and save on transport costs.
Who? Colleges and universities looking to promote cycling as a sustainable travel choice can apply to the fund.
The award recognises colleges and universities that are improving their campuses and making it easier and more accessible to cycle. They're are supported through each step of the process towards becoming Cycling Friendly, from the initial registration to assessment.
Colleges and universities across the country have achieved the Cycling Friendly Campus award, and those that have demonstrated exceptional commitment to cycling have been awarded with distinction.
You can see see the colleges and universities we're working with below:
Colleges and universities are getting more students cycling through the Cycling Friendly programme. Read their stories...
With funding from Transport Scotland, we place Campus Cycling Officers in colleges and universities to get more students and staff cycling. Their work complements the award and fund and supports campuses in becoming more cycling friendly.
Register your interest if your campus would like to host a Campus Cycling Officer.
Read our Internship programme guidance notes.
We also offer a range of training to help students and staff gain confidence in cycling to university or college. You might be interested in:
- Essential Cycling Skills to build confidence cycling
- Cycle Ride Leader so you can take group rides
- Training for learner drivers to help them drive safely around people on bikes
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