Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland is a part of Scottish Cycling. The management of the Scottish Trail Fund and the Scottish MTB Health Fund are overseen by trustees of the Scottish Cycling Charitable Foundation (SCCF), with distinct accounts and reports created for each fund.
We are a small team of extremely passionate mountain bikers who firmly believe that we can make a lasting impact into improving our sport in Scotland. We each have specific roles and work across tourism, participation, mental health, promotion and marketing, strategic planning and representation. We work with a range of partners and stakeholders – all who have a varied interest in mountain biking developing sustainably.
Over the last 10 years mountain biking in Scotland has made great progress. It has been evidenced that an innovative approach and a clear vision can create partnerships that help all concerned. Huge opportunities remain. Mountain biking has so much more to give to Scotland and we will only enjoy these benefits if we continue to work in the effective partnerships that we have nurtured at every level.
- Graeme McLean
- Head of Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland
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- Colena Cotter
- Communications and Marketing
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- Will Clarke
- Aberdeenshire MTB & Adventure Tourism Development Manager
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- Ruari Watt
- Highland MTB Development Coordinator
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- Christine Fox
- Leadership Development Officer
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- Paul MacFarlane
- Mountain Bike Trail Therapy Leader
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- Anna Riddell
- Aberdeenshire MTB & Adventure Tourism Co-Ordinator
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- Marc Crowley
- DMBinS/TVTA Scottish Borders Trail Development Co-ordinator
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We are a small team of extremely passionate mountain bikers who firmly believe that we can make a lasting impact into improving our sport in Scotland. We each have specific roles and work across tourism, participation, mental health, promotion and marketing, strategic planning and representation.
Over the years, the activity of DMBinS has been funded by a number of funding partners including the Scottish Government, Scottish Enterprise, Forestry and Land Scotland, Local Authorities, EU, destination management organisations, and others including commercial partnerships for specific projects.
A handy library of downloadable documents and resources. From the Scottish Mountain Bike Strategy to our latest Progress Report. Handy guides to project management and a wealth of information covering a wide range of topics.
The MTB Consortium is a forum comprising of the Scottish Government and other key agencies and organisations with a role relating to mountain biking in Scotland and is responsible for owning and delivering, the Scottish Mountain Bike Strategy 2019- 2025.
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