Cycling

Cycling in Edinburgh

The New Year's Day Tri-athlon falls during the annual Edinburgh's Hogmanay programme - a fun or serious, o

Freestyle stunt cyclist Danny MacAskill will debut his Drop and Roll Show Live at the Fringe this August.

Elderly Edinburgh residents at Inch View Care Home celebrated the delivery of Edinburgh’s first care home ‘trishaw’ today by taking it for a spin.

After a hugely successful launch back in April, Velow Bikeworks and Out of the Blue are excited to host the next Edinburgh Cycle Fair at the Out of the Blue Drill Hall on Sunday 21st October.

Now in its 15th year, the Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival (EMFF) has grown to be one of the most popular and dynamic events in Scotland’s outdoor adventure calendar, attracting more than 2,000 outdoo

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

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.

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.

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 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.