Cycling UK in Scotland

The Big Bike Revival, a national campaign designed to encourage thousands of people to cycle for everyday journeys, celebrated a milestone this week with over 500 events across Scotland

 
 
Big Bike Revival Fun Day - 26 Oct 2016 - Event

 
 

 
 
Sheila Tuckwood, who steps down after 20 years as secretary of CTC Grampian later this month, won the award for Best Volunteer Achievement at Cycling UK’s Annual Members’ Get Together in Manchester on Saturday (8 October).

 
 
A national campaign designed to encourage thousands of people to cycle for every day journeys launched today (Monday, 19 September) in Stirling.

 
 
Our brakes are checked, our wheels are trued and our saddle is at just the right height – the Big Bike Revival is ready to roll in Scotland! With a finely-tuned team newly appointed, we’re ready to reach 20,000 people across the country and rekindle their love of cycling. Claire Connachan, Communications Manager for Big Bike Revival Scotland, reports.

 
 
Funding boost for Big Bike Revival in Scotland - 14 Jun 2016 - Press Release
Cycling UK is delighted to have been awarded £450,000 by the Scottish Government, through Transport Scotland, to run Big Bike Revival in Scotland.

 
 
Ayrshire Cycle Festival - 14 Jun 2016 - Event

 
 
The Edinburgh Festival of Cycling is now an established part of the cycling scene in Scotland, with a range of talks, rides, workshops and films. Head of Cycling UK in Scotland Suzanne Forup explains how Cycling UK is showcasing some of its project work in Scotland at the festival and throughout June!

 
 
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  • President: Jon Snow
  • Chief Executive: Paul Tuohy
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