Cycling Scotland are hosting their annual Bikeability Conference in Stirling on Tuesday 24th March, in Stirling.
The conference will follow the normal format, starting at 9.30am (for 10am) until 3.30pm – a draft agenda can be found here.
Please be advised that both main training sessions are practical, and will have elements that take place outside on bikes. For those attending, bikes will be available to borrow on the day, or as ever, we’d be delighted if you want to bring your own – just remember to bring suitable clothing and a lock for your bike!
To register your place, please click on this link.
North Fife Cycling are hosting a presentation from Cycling Law Scotland, called
Cycle Collisions and Civil Law – your rights and responsibilities. The presentation will be given by Jodi Gordon, a partner in Cycle Law Scotland. There will be a discussion afterwards. The event is being held on Sunday 16th February between 6.30pm and 8pm, in the Church Hall, 1 Blyth Street, Newport-on-Tay, DD6 8DB.
The flyer can be viewed here – North Fife Cycle Presentation Flyer
All are welcome and the event is FREE to attend.
You can book your place on Eventbrite on the following link – https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cycling-collisions-and-civil-law-your-rights-and-responsibilities-tickets-86682420453