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Scottish Cycling
Formerly known as the Scottish Cyclists' Union, but now rebranded as Scottish Cycling, this is the governing body for cycle-sport in Scotland. They are an internationally recognised governing body, and administer the sport in the following disciplines: BMX, Cycle Speedway, Cyclo-Cross, Mountain Bike, Road and Track. Scottish Cycling has a five year strategy leading up to Glasgow 2014 for the development of cycling within a Scottish context but linking into the programme's of British Cycling.
Visit the Scottish Cycling website for more information.
Cycling Scotland
Cycling Scotland's vision is:- To establish cycling as an acceptable, attractive and practical lifestyle option for people in Scotland, thereby making cycling a positive, rewarding and easily accessible experience.
Find out more by visiting their website.
Scottish Downhill Association
Organisers of the season long Downhill Mountain Biking series of races. Dates, locations, entry forms and general info about downhilling available from their website.
The UK's national cycling organisation. They offer a comprehensive and specialised service for the leisure and commuting cyclist by way of technical advice, information, specialist mail order, a magazine, cycling related legal advice and support, insurance, organised tours, thousands of cycling events annually, and the opportunity to be part of the UK's largest cycling organisation with more than 70,000 members and supporters throughout the world.
Visit their website for more information.
Sustrans - the sustainable transport charity - works on practical projects to encourage people to walk, cycle and use public transport in order to reduce motor traffic and its adverse effects.
Visit their website for more information.
The League International
The League International (TLI) exists to provide no frills, minimum fuss, grass roots, cycle sport for all abilities and all ages; from under 10's to over 100's. Races are usually age related with awards for each age category, those who are less fit or less disciplined with their diet can race with an older age category. TLI is run entirely by unpaid volunteers.
Visit their website for more information.
Scotland's tourist board's cycling site with over 150 route details including description, map and profiles. The site also includes hints, tips and practical information - everything you need for planning a cycling trip in Scotland.
Visit their website for more information.



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