Cycle Stirling (CS) promotes safe cycling for all ages and abilities to everyday destinations, reducing car journeys, and creating a healthier population and a more sustainable environment.
To this end, Cycle Stirling priorities include cycle training (particularly in schools), awareness raising, advocacy, partnership working, infrastructure improvements, learning from others, and building a cycle family.
A few years ago I tried to get more cycle racks installed at Stirling station. Between First Scotrail and Stirling Council, I didn't get anywhere. It's good to see that one set of racks at the…Continue
"Where should cycle paths be built? When are on-road solutions preferred?"CTC wants your views on aspects of the design of roads and facilities for cycling. They have a survey on cycle-friendly…Continue
Cycle Stirling worked closely with Stirling Council engaging local cyclists in giving input into the cycle infrastructure in Stirling. This report outlines the six priority areas that were identified with comprehensive recommendations for improvement. The project was funded by Sustrans and managed by Forth Environment Link.
To see a copy of the report click here
To see a copy of the appendices click here
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I live in the Falkirk area and would like to find out if there would be numbers interested in a Bike Train for the morning commute from from Falkirk into Stirling. I generally cycle from Larbert, sticking where possible to the back roads, past…Continue