Cycling Scotland’s “Cycling Friendly” award scheme was set up to help communities to encourage people to get cycling. Kingussie has been awarded the bronze cycle-friendly community in recognition of the work that has been done by the community to support people to cycle more.
Cycle Friendly Kingussie (CFK) runs regular ride outs, maintenance workshops for all abilities, social events and much more. We have a fleet of electric bikes to try and we organise the amazing annual Kingussie Bikeathon with our friends at Kingussie High School.
We are also working with local schools and businesses to help them achieve cycle friendly status and building infrastructure to make Kingussie even more Cycle Friendly.
Everyone is welcome to join us – locals or visitors, experienced or novice – the more the merrier. Send us a message if you would like to get involved or just come along to one of our regular events which are posted on facebook and shown on here.
Kingussie is a great base cycling through the fantastic scenery we are lucky enough to have around us – on road/off road, easy or technical – we have something for everyone. Have a look on our “Where to Ride” page for some inspiration!
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