Exciting news as a further six community and club cycling projects in Scotland have received investment from the £8 million Cycling Facilities Fund!
Exciting news as a further six community and club cycling projects in Scotland have received investment from the £8 million Cycling Facilities Fund. The fund, created to enhance cycling infrastructure across the country and deliver a tangible benefit from the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships taking place across Scotland next year.
We are stoked to see that these six awesome projects have been successful in securing funding Taking the total amount awarded to date to £3,696,314 across 29 projects.
The projects supported by this latest round of investment are:
- New Banchory Cycling Hub, Aberdeenshire - £100,000
- New Hallhill Pump Track, East Lothian - £50,000
- Callendar Park Cycle Hub, Falkirk - £157,930
- The Laggan Forest Trust, New Blue MTB trail, Laggan Wolftrax Highland - £100,000
- Arran High School MTB Club, New Cycling Hub,
- North Ayrshire - £190,470
- Stow Pump Track, Scottish Borders - £50,000
Check out our spotlight on the new Laggan Blue.
(Image Ed Smith )
First nine projects receive Cycling Facilities Fund investment
£1.1MILLION CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR CYCLING PROJECTS IN SCOTLAND
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