CTC Scotland

JacquiShannon's picture

CTC leads collaboration to get every four-year-old in Glasgow cycling

30 January 2014
A new CTC-led project will allow every four-year-old child in Glasgow the opportunity to learn to ride a bike thank to The People's Postcode Lottery
The team behind Play on Wheels

Play on Wheels, a collaborative project between CTC, the national cycling charity, Play Scotland, Glasgow Bike Station and Cycling Scotland was awarded £230,000 on Wednesday 29 January in the People’s Postcode Lottery Dream Fund 2014.

The award, which is the largest single amount ever awarded to a Dream Fund project, means every four-year-old child in Glasgow will have the chance to learn to ride a bike before they go to school.

BBC Scotland - Good Morning Scotland - 23 July 2012

CTC Scotland's Chris Oliver was on BBC Scotland's Good Morning Scotland at 8.20am. Talking about the Bradley Wiggins effect on cycling in Scotland.

Cycling is in the news this morning and the talk of the town is Bradley Wiggins. Head of CTC Scotland Chris Oliver was invited on BBC Radio Scotland's flagship show Good Morning Scotland to talk about the increasing popularity of cycling. 

You can listen again to the discussion for 30 day on BBC iPlayer, Simply scroll to 02.20 to hear Chris Oliver.

The Scotsman - 13 March 2012

CTC member and Round-the-world cyclist Mark Beaumont is backing a mass cycle on the Scottish Parliament to demand safer roads for bikes.

Round-the-world cyclist Mark Beaumont is backing a mass cycle on the Scottish Parliament to demand safer roads for bikes.

Grassroots campaign group Pedal on Parliament is urging cyclists from across Scotland to join it in the event on April 28.

Its members have enlisted celebrity backing in the form of Mr Beaumont, while former world individual pursuit champion Graeme Obree has also been approached about lending his support.

The Scotsman - 13 March 2012

CTC member and Round-the-world cyclist Mark Beaumont is backing a mass cycle on the Scottish Parliament to demand safer roads for bikes.

Round-the-world cyclist Mark Beaumont is backing a mass cycle on the Scottish Parliament to demand safer roads for bikes.

Grassroots campaign group Pedal on Parliament is urging cyclists from across Scotland to join it in the event on April 28.

Its members have enlisted celebrity backing in the form of Mr Beaumont, while former world individual pursuit champion Graeme Obree has also been approached about lending his support.

Guardian - Bike Blog - 21 March 2012

Cycling campaigners meet Scotland's transport minister following four cyclists deaths in Edinburgh alone over the last year.

Campaigners will meet Scotland's transport minister in Edinburgh today to push for greater safety measures for cyclists following a number of cycling deaths in recent months.

Syndicate content

Archive

  • Patron: Her Majesty The Queen
  • President: Jon Snow
  • Chief Executive: Carol McKinley (Acting)
  • Cyclists' Touring Club (CTC): A company limited by guarantee, registered in England no.25185. Registered as a charity in England and Wales No 1147607 and in Scotland No SC042541

 

Terms and Conditions