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Event Category: Free event

Cycling collisions, compensation and Civil Law Jodi Gordon, Partner at Cycle Law Scotland will cover the following:- Criminal v Civil Law Common cycling incidents Primary causes of cycling collisions What to do in the event of a collision The claims process and why it is important Dealing with Insurers The role of Police Scotland The…

Overlander – Bikepacking coast to coast across the heart of the highlands Local author and cycling campaigner Alan Brown set himself a personal challenge: an epic coast-to-coast trip through the lonely interior of the Highlands. He’ll be telling stories about his journey, offering advice on how to take your own bikepacking trip, and asking questions…

Tapestry on Two Wheels You might not be surprised to find a tapestry in a castle or country house, but how about in a theatre or a hospital? Dovecot Studios is located in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town is the only operating tapestry studio in Scotland, and the tapestries produced by Dovecot weavers are…

Women’s Cycle Forum Scotland Pecha Caka Want to practise your presenting skills in a safe space full of cake? Women’s Cycle Forum Scotland are running their successful Pecha Caka event again! It enables women to exchange ideas and experiences, deliver presentations to a supportive crowd and enjoy some home baking! Using the ‘pecha kucha’ presentation…

Edinburgh ABC: Handcycling and tandem riding tasters and presentations An afternoon for anyone to come along and try out a fleet of handcycles and tandems, in association with the Handcycling Edinburgh Club and VIE Velo, a tandem cycling club supporting people with visual impairments in Edinburgh to get cycling. There will also be talks and…

Spokes Public Meeting – Edinburgh: Connecting Our City, Transforming our Places Daisy Narayanan (Project Director) will be presenting detailed proposals for the City Centre Transformation, City Mobility Plans and Low Emission Zones. These are scheduled for approval by the City of Edinburgh Council in May, followed by a period of Public Consultation. Daisy spoke at Spokes…

Play Together on Pedals Drop In Session Play Together on Pedals drop-in sessions are free events which usually run for 2 hours. Bikes and helmets are provided, and during the session, your child will be supported to have fun learning to ride a bike. Children begin on a balance bike and learn how to “scoot”,…

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