We had a great day out on Sunday at Briarlands Farm, Thanks to everyone who came along and made it such a success! Hopefully see you all again soon at another event, The team at the Cycle Hub Stirling…Continue
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You can view the detail and leave feedback at the council web site:-…Continue
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Yesterday the Westminster All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group published the report & recommendations from their "Get Britain Cycling" inquiry
There is now a Government e petition calling on the Prime Minister to implement the recommendations. If it gets 100,000…
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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 plains castle and through Cowie before coming into Stirling.
Hopefully the idea of cycling in a group with some others would make the prospect less daunting.
Obviously interest in this might be a bit higher once/if the…Continue
Following the Chancellor's Autumn Statement, there is an opportunity to get a one-off boost to cycling investment in Scotland. There is just a very short window of opportunity.
For more details and to find how you can help by sending an immediate email to your MSPs, please read the Spokes article right now at:-…
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A period of Consultation has now opened on proposals for enhancement of the public spaces in front of Quakerfield shop parade in Bannockburn; including cycle parking & a shared use pedestrian/cycling path.
Also on plans for the improvement of the paths along the Bannockburn through Ladywell Park and along the edge of Balquhidderock Wood, and on the improvement of the walking & cycling paths between Bannockburn Primary School and Bannockburn High School and between Wallace…Continue
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British Cycling and Cycling Weekly have called on the Lord Chancellor to launch a comprehensive review of the justice system and how it operates when people are hurt or killed on the road. A parliamentry Early Day Motion has been set up to support this.
The CTC have been gathering data on the subject as part of thier Stop SMIDSY campaign
British Cycling are now asking…
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Hi, I work with Stirling Council Youth Services and have started a Cycling Group of Young People attending various programs with ourselves. The Young People would like anyone interested to have a look at the following video of a 30 mile cycling challenge they completed last month and let us know any comments. These young people are new to cycling and did the ride on recycled bikes from…
Cycling Scotland is delighted to announce the 2012/13 Cycle Friendly & Sustainable Communities Fund. please share this information with any groups you feel could benefit from the Cycle Friendly & Sustainable Communities funding:…Continue
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The Summer of Cycling is a national campaign running between March and October 2012 which aims to encourage more people to cycle. The All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group and The Bicycle Association, alongside the force of 23 cycling organisations are aiming to double cycling this summer.
It's about encouraging everyone with an interest in cycling to share the fun and introduce just one friend, neighbour, colleague or family member to…Continue
Added by Cycling Stirling on April 18, 2012 at 14:27 — No Comments
Thanks all those who recently took part in our Eco Drive !!!
Together using the eco drive techniques they will save 6.7 tonnes of Carbon or almost a half tonne per person. This equates to an average £277 savings per person every year.
Keep up the good work!…
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Ray Donaldson and Andrew Abbess both sent in this campaign below.
With the clout of The Times behind it this campaign could be a winner for cyclists accross the UK.…
Doune's Mairi Mcintosh finds time to keep fit while being a busy working mum by cycling to work at Stirling University each day. She was nominated to be GCNS's Green Champion by another keen cyclist, Bridget Clark of Dunblane. "She cycles in all year round and her boys (aged…Continue
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I was going to write an article on this, but a colleague pointed me here:
Michael Chambers (Marketing Manager, Estates & Campus Services University of Stirling) has agreed to leave his car at home and try commuting by bike and…Continue
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This is Marwan and he's taking part in a Sustainable Travel Challenge at the university - and for the past two weeks has been cycling to work every day on an electric bike - read his blog…Continue
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The new Scottish SNP-majority government is now putting together its first budget. There are some very hopeful signs and some very worrying signs. Please help us ensure that the transport section of the budget invests properly in cycling as a form of transport, for the sake of public health, the environment, the economy … and of you and your family and friends!
Briefly explain your concerns over investment in cycling as a form of local transport. Then ask your MSPs to…Continue