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If you would like to run an event as part of the Edinburgh Festival of Cycling 2014 please fill out a 2014 EdFoC event booking form and send it to us. Please note that the deadline for the printed programme is 17:00 on 31st March 2014. Late submissions will result in your event only appearing…

Start the week and the festival at Cyclone: Gypsy Brae Workshop and fix, tune or just play with your bike. Get free hands on expert advice and use of tools. Whether to learn how to fix a puncture, strip a hub or just drink coffee and eat cake whilst talking mechanics. The mechanic Mondays are…

Can’t wait for the Edinburgh Festival of Cycling 2014 (12-22 June) to start? Why not join the Bethany Edinburgh Sportive as a warm up! Now in its 6th year, this exciting event for serious amateurs involves a super challenge route of 102 miles. There is a shorter route of 72 miles which is also on…

Start the week and the festival at Cyclone: Gypsy Brae Workshop and fix, tune or just play with your bike. Get free hands on expert advice and use of tools. Whether to learn how to fix a puncture, strip a hub or just drink coffee and eat cake whilst talking mechanics. The mechanic Mondays are…

Can’t wait for the Edinburgh Festival of Cycling to start? As a prologue go to see Naomi Johnson’s talk “The world at 15 mph: 27 Countries, 30,000 Km”. This will be held at The Melting Pot, 5 Rose Street and for just £10, including a small glass of wine and snacks you can hear tales…

Discover Edinburgh by bike using a series of Sustrans Scotland maps that highlight some of the many traffic-free paths across the city. These leisure rides are designed for those new to cycling, nervous of traffic, or accompanying young children – but even experienced cyclists might find an unexplored turn-off from their regular route. Maps available…

This 26 mile tour takes in Calton Hill, Holyrood Park – circling Arthur’s Seat, Craigmillar Castle, Braid Hills, Easter Craiglockhart and Corstorphine Hills, and Ravelston Woods. The effort is rewarded by the commanding views over Edinburgh and the Firth of Forth. 2,900 feet of ascent and descent. We will stop for lunch at Mortonhall. Lead…

A three hour tour using Edinburgh’s cycle path network. A gentle ride with historical commentary and a break in the pub. We visit the Innocent Tunnel, Craigmillar Castle, Dr Neil’s Garden, The Sheep Heid Inn, Duddingston Loch, The Palace of Holyroodhouse, The Scottish Parliament and Our Dynamic Earth. Adults: £20 for bike hire and tour,…

Pure Gym in the Quartermile have generously offered 10 spaces in an evening spin class, Monday through Friday between 12th and 22nd of June, for any person that comes to the gym and quotes Edinburgh Cycle Festival as a reference. If you wish to participate you should come in early enough before the class to…

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