Cycling UK


From the website                                     https://www.cyclinguk.org

Cycling UK’s vision is of a healthier, happier and cleaner world, because more people cycle.

We want people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to be able to cycle safely, easily and enjoyably.

Cycling UK has championed the cause of cycling for almost 140 years. We promote all forms of cycling, protect the interests of existing and would-be cyclists, and inspire people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to discover the joys of cycling.

As an independent, democratic and expert organisation, our activities reflect the commitment of our members, volunteers and partners to make cycling mainstream, making a lasting difference to the lives of individuals and communities.

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October 2017
New Cycling UK North Area Development Officer

Fiona Johnston has recently taken over the role from Dave Sage of Velocity Cafe in Inverness.

Fiona Johnston
Development Officer (North) – Big Bike Revival Scotland - Cycling UK

Mobile: 07887 567361
Email:   fiona.johnston@cyclinguk.org
Web:    https://www.cyclinguk.org
Twitter: @BBRScotNorth

 

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