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About Stirling Cycle Hub

At Stirling Cycle Hub we encourage and support people to get on their bikes!  We are passionate about cycling in all its forms and about the benefits it has both for the individual and for the community.  We work within the following visions and aims to improve and increase cycling in Stirling and throughout Stirlingshire.

Vision

To work towards a healthier, greener future by encouraging and supporting more people to cycle.

Aims

  • To provide expert knowledge of cycle routes and support networks in & around Stirling.
  • To encourage and support individuals and groups to regularly cycle as a healthy leisure activity.
  • To encourage and support employers and employees to consider commuting by bike as an alternative to other forms of transport.
  • To work in partnership with and to signpost to existing cycling providers.
  • To work towards these aims both through running and maintaining a welcoming, professional space and by providing support and encouragement to communities and community groups.

We have a permanent presence in the Hub at Stirling Train station and love nothing more than speaking to people about cycling.  We have stunning wall maps available for us to help with route planning and the facility to print off routes to take away.  We also work in the local community by organising and running a range of events. We are always keen to speak to anyone about events taking place and how we can work in partnership to increase cycling.

Stirling Cycle Hub is being funded by Transport Scotland in partnership with Scotrail and is managed by Forth Environment Link.  We also work in partnership with the following bodies; Sustrans, Cycle Stirling, Stirling Council, Creative Stirling, The University of Stirling.

 

About Forth Environment Link

FEL has been working across the Forth Valley since 2005, engaging communities in a range of environmental, education, cycling, health and food related initiatives.  FEL grew out of the Kippen Nature Club which began in 1989 with the aim of teaching children about nature.

Vision

To link people and the environment for a greener, healthier future.

Aims

We work with others on environmental and food issues to:

  • Encourage and support involvement, learning and practical action.
  • Educate and raise awareness.
  • Create and develop new ideas.
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