Try an electric bike

With funding support from Energy Saving Trust, The Cairngorms National Park Authority and Kingussie Community Development Company; Cycle Friendly Kingussie has invested in a fleet of electric bikes. The aim of the e-bike project is to encourage more people in the town and beyond to switch to cycling […]

Views sought on improving walking and cycling in and around Kingussie

Cycle Friendly Kingussie, with funding support from the Scottish Government, through Sustrans Scotland’s Community Links programme,, is exploring ways to make it easier to walk and cycle within and around the town. They have commissioned engineering consultants AECOM to engage the community to assist in developing proposals to […]

Kingussie Bikeathon – Postponed

THE BIKEATHON WILL RETURN SAVE THE DATE – 21ST JUNE 2020 Next year we plan to do the Aviemore circuit with all the usual family fun and entertainment along the way. Entry fees will again support the Kingussie High School parent council charity and we encourage participants to […]

Mapping and promoting our local cycle routes

We are proud to announce that the CFK team have designed, produced and erected a number of Cycling Map boards around the town. Tom especially has put a lot of effort into this and it has certainly been worthwhile. The map boards can be found on King Street, […]

Ride-outs and Bike Maintenance

Cycle Friendly Kingussie has announced the next events for February & March 2016. The Ride-outs will be on Sunday mornings 28th February and 20th March starting at 10am from Ardvonie park. It will be the 11 mile circular route passing Ruthven Baracks through Insh village and on to Loch […]