City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Cycling


Cycling: Pearl Izumi Tour Series 2016

Pearl Izumi cyclists

Pearl Izumi Tour Series, a professional team road race being staged on a closed road circuit in Edinburgh’s iconic old town.

Edinburgh New Years Day Tri-athlon

The New Year's Day Tri-athlon falls during the annual Edinburgh's Hogmanay programme - a fun or serious, open competition involving a swim, a bike race, and

World Naked Bike Ride in Edinburgh

One Less Car

The annual World Naked Bike Ride in Edinburgh starting at Middle Meadow Walk in The Meadows. Cyclists will be stripping off, donning strategically placed fig leaves, paint, thongs, and tape on their naked bods, and hitting the road en masse.

Edinburgh To St Andrews Bike Ride

30th Edinburgh to St Andrews Bike Ride

Each year, over 1,000 cyclists pedal for leprosy charity LEPRA in the annual 67 mile bike ride from Inverleith Park's West Gate in Edinburgh to St Andrews in Fife. This year is the 36th Edinburgh to St Andrews cycle ride.

Spokes Bike Breakfast

Bicycle at City Chambers quad

The SPOKES bike breakfast is one of the highlights of Edinburgh Festival of Cycling - a chance to meet fellow cyclists over a cooked breakfast and a hot drink: just turn up at the quadrangle at the City Chambers on the High Street on your bike and receive your free breakfast provided by City of Edinburgh Council.

Edinburgh Festival of Cycling

Green Bike Lane Sign

Edinburgh marks UK-wide Bike Week with its Festival of Cycling. After coming together in 2013, in 2014 the Festival of Cycling offered over 80 individual events at 46 different venues.

George Street Pedestrian-Cycle Trial Opens For 1 Year

George Street Trial

A reconfigured George Street was officially opened today that gives cyclists a safe East-West route across the city centre, free of tram lines and free of motorised traffic.

Edinburgh Charity Night Cycle Ride

Edinburgh will hold its third charity night cycle ride through its historic streets starting on the evening of Saturday 20 June and finishing in the early hours of Sunday 21 June 2015.

The Marathon Storytelling Cycle Challenge

Tam Dean Burn -marathon reading cycle challenge 1.JPG

As part of the Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme, Tam Dean Burn endeavours to read all 195 of Julia Donaldson's books to children
across Scotland.

Pedal on Parliament

After 4,000 cyclists rode on the Scottish parliament last year, cyclists of voting and non-voting age are being encouraged to ride again to spur the government into action on improving cycling infrast