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Secure bike storage facilities for local businesses

An essential ingredient to a fantastic cycling holiday is the standard of accommodation which is offered to cyclists. This exciting initiative to offer an enhanced level of secure bike storage facilities for visiting mountain bikers was launched in 2019. It continues to support accommodation providers as they look to improve their offer to riders.

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Further details

Funding assistance of up to £500 is available to enhance the provision of secure storage facilities for bikes. This contribution is a maximum of 50% of overall project costs to improve the mountain bike visitor experience. Costs may comprise equipment, installation, preparation and setup.

This unique opportunity is offered as a result of funding secured from partners and enterprise agencies who are keen to support the scheme and see the potential to tap into the £90 million Scottish mountain biking and cycling market.

With outdoor and adventure tourism predicted to continue growing in 2021 and beyond this is one step towards making Scotland a key destination for cycling visitors.

Funding requests are made annually and the opportunity to apply for the fund is offered once this is secured.

The scheme is now open for 2022! Please download the application form and guidance notes appropriate to your area.


Enjoy this short film we made with Dominic Simmons Films to promote the Secure Bike Storage Scheme - featuring Chris Gibbs from H&I Adventures and Scott from Ravenscraig Guest House in Aviemore. (And our Ruari!)

Discover how your business can help welcome mountain bikers

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Some of the businesses that have benefitted from the scheme.

Find out more from some of the businesses that have benefitted from previous grants. What has the grant done for their business and why did they feel it was important to increase their offer to visiting mountain bikers.


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Discover how your business can help welcome mountain bikers

Visit scottishmtbtourism.com (coming soon)