Political speed dating set for Scotland - 6 Nov 2015 - Press Release
An event in Edinburgh next week will bring together female politicians, activists and members of the public for some ‘political speed dating’ with a difference.

Scotland's Land Reform Act has opened up the countryside for walking and cycling. The rest of the UK should follow its example.

Play on Pedals - 29 Jul 2014 - Project
Play on Pedals is a partnership between CTC, Cycling Scotland, The Bike Station Glasgow and Play Scotland. It will give every four-year old in Glasgow the chance to learn to ride a bike before they start school.

Around 4,000 cyclists gathered in Edinburgh on Sunday 19 May and rode to Holyrood to deliver an 8-point manifesto calling for more investment in cycling, slower speeds, and better facilities for cyclists on Scotland’s roads. Peter Hayman, CTC councillor for Scotland, pedalled with them...

LinkLiving has recently been awarded a grant of £2,000 to help start up a Bike Club for young people in Fife. On Tuesday 15 May, a number of staff and service users from LinkLiving visited Halfords Tour Series in Kirkcaldy to officially receive their grant and meet Team UK Youth.

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