Cycling is a skill for life and is a great way of helping you stay fit and healthy at the same time as doing your bit for the environment.
Learning basic cycling skills at school can make all the difference.
Bikeability Scotland is the national cycle training programme for school children. It supports the next generation by giving them the confidence to ride their bikes on today’s roads.
Cycling Scotland can provide more information on cycle training. Click here
Active Stirling, through the Active Schools programme, develops and support volunteers in schools to deliver cycle training to enable children to cycle safely.
To find out more information on Active Stirling, Active Schools and the programmes they offer click on the related links below:
Active Stirling – Click here
Active Schools – Click here
Maps are available to help you plan safe cycle routes in the area, including:
- Stirling City Walking and Cycling Map (which can be obtained from libraries, Customer First and Teith House)
- Dunblane Green Travel Map – Click here
- Stirling University's Get Active Getting There Map – Click here
Sustrans also provide information on the National Cycle Network. – Click here
Last updated: Tuesday, January 26, 2021 2:52 PM