Bike Swap Anstruther

Big Bike Swap

The Bike Swap took place in Bankie Park, Anstruther on Saturday 1st September. The event was organised by Anstruther Cycle Group, who are part of the Anstruther Community Council.  The aim of the event was to encourage would be cyclists to dust off their old bikes to repair them for use or to swap or donate bikes to enable people to start cycling.

The event involved a Bike Swap, bike maintenance tips, health checks, safety tips and puncture repair workshops. Shealagh Crabb, our Bikeability Co-ordinator was there to raise the profile of Bikeability and get more people involved in delivering and supporting Bikeability in schools. Shealagh was also promoting Cycle Fife, the website for active travel in Fife. Shealagh met up with Willie Rennie MSP, who was there to support the Bike Swap as you can see! Willie Rennie is taking part in Cycling Scotland’s  Big Belter on 9th September 2018, which is a 100 mile cycle from Glasgow to Edinburgh as part of the popular Big Pedal series. To get involved, see



Pittenweem-Anstruther-Cellardyke-Kilrenny Multi use Path

This is a community-led project, the first of its kind in Fife, and a sub group of Kilrenny, Anstruther and Cellardyke Community Council has been formed to take this project forward. The Anstruther Cycle Group was formed a partnership with Fife Council to ensure that a mixture of expertise and resources are harnessed to deliver this £1 million project.






Kirkcaldy EV Charge Point Faults – Update


Kirkcaldy Rail Station – this unit has been repaired and is now fully operational.

Thistle Street car park – this unit is currently offline.

We are working with the EV charge point supplier to rectify this fault as soon as possible.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause EV users.


Alternative charging facilities nearby include –

Rapid Charger at Bankhead, Glenrothes

7kW South Street car park, Leven

The ChargePlace Scotland map shows the status of the charge points and your nearest available point –


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Bus service changes – Monday 13 August 2018

There will be bus service changes on Monday 13th August. These changes are mainly due to the award of Fife Councils North Fife Tender, where Moffat & Williamson won some of the routes currently operated by Stagecoach.

Stagecoach are also taking the opportunity to amend timetables throughout Fife, due to passenger feedback received from previous consultations. Bay Travel are also amending service 13 and service 18. A summary of the changes for each of the operators can be found by clicking here.

Timetables should be available at the beginning of August. The timetables will also be available online via the Stagecoach, Moffat & Williamson and Bay Travel website.

Public transport – smartcard and travel research

Transport Scotland and Scotland’s public transport stakeholders are looking to learn more about passenger preferences for smart travel – specifically your preferences when it comes to smart ticketing, smartcards, contactless payment or mobile apps.

They are seeking views of both concession and non-concession travellers – whether you currently use paper or a smart ticket or payment option.

Clicking here will take you to the short survey.

Glenrothes Turned 70!

Glenrothes turned 70 on Saturday 30th June, and had a party to celebrate at Warout Stadium.

Our Bikeability Co-ordinator Shealagh went along with lots of information on Cycle Fife, Bikeability and all things active travel and to add a little flavour to our stand Shealagh also had visitors pedalling their own smoothies. Our information stand could be identified with our lovely big Cycle Fife banners.

Thanks to everyone who came to speak to us about cycling, active travel and Bikeability and to the Scouts for helping with our stand!


EV Charging Point Works Complete

Maintenance works on Fife’s EV charging network have been successfully completed.

Thank you for your patience during these works.

There are further works in progress on a new rapid charger in Fife. More details to follow as works progress….

Lochore Meadows Dirt Crit Finals-promoting Bikeability

Over 80 pupils from Fife participated in the 2018 Primary School Dirt Crit Series organised by Active Schools Coordinator Callum Imray, Senior Outdoor Education Instructor Allan Dunlop and Lochore Meadows staff. The aim of the series was to increase opportunities to take part in competitive outdoor cycling while raising awareness of links to local community clubs and sessions.

Our Bikeability Coordinator Shealagh attended to help raise the profile of Bikeability and get more people involved.

Forth Road Bridge Charity Conga

Saturday 23rd June

Conga and Commemorative Walk to celebrate 25 years of Queensferry Care.

Meet from 09:30am outside the Amey Offices at the Visitors Centre, Forth Road Bridge.

Walk and Conga line starts at 10am.

Refreshments and transport available.

To register, contact Carol Findlay –