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National 20mph campaigner at ED’s Seminar 11am Fri. 27th Jan

National campaigner Rod King, founder of ‘20s plenty for us‘ and 2012 Directory of Social Change Influencer of the Year runner up will speak at this years ED’s Cycle Co-op Annual Seminar at the Bishopbriggs Community Church this Friday (27 Jan.) . Following the success of the 2011 event, there has been a great deal of progress to report back, icluding Bishopbriggs achievement to become the first town in Scotland to have all our primary schools receive the Cycling Scotland […]

Bishopbriggs BMXer leads the way in national jam.

Bishopbriggs BMXer, Christopher Eastwood (aka Katman, 16) formerly of Bishopbriggs Academy, was a winner at the first national BMX competition in Edinburgh’s Transgression Indoor Skate Park, “Snow Ballin’ BMX Jam” at the end of 2011. However, this magnanimous youngster offered all his prizes to stage a local competition at the Bishopriggs Youth BMX Club the following evening, Sunday 11th Dec. Christopher was one of the founders of the Bishopbriggs Youth BMX Club just one year ago. The CTC Bike Club […]

BBC Scotland – 20s Plenty for Bishopbriggs (video)

This morning, ED’s Cycle Co-op were delighted to be working with Eleanor Bradford, Health Correspondent of BBC Scotland reporting on the health benefits of children cycling on the first day back at school. East Dunbartonshire Council leader, Rhondda Geekie also came on the record to support our call

Bishopbriggs Cycle Festival 2011 – even better (videos)

This years’ Bishopbriggs Cycle Festival will be even better than before with a truly amazing line up of things to watch, ride and race. It’s on Sunday 19th June from 2pm to 5pm in Bishopbriggs, Etive Park,G64 1PN. This is an event for everyone, so bring along your grandchildren and your granny. Over 1,000 people turned out last year, so don’t miss it

Bishopbriggs first Cycle Friendly town in Scotland

Today (Thur. 19th May 2011), Bishopbriggs become the first town in Scotland, where all the primary schools have made the grade for Cycling Scotland’s Cycle Friendly School Award. To celebrate, Christopher Eastwood (aka Katman) soared over Michael McLauglin, Head Teacher of St. Matthew’s Primary School, which was the first to achieve the award just under two years ago. Michael’s leadership was instrumental in brining on board the other six local primary schools. You can see Katman soar over Michael at […]

Bishy BMXer in Freshnlo Pedal for Scotland launch

Bishopbriggs BMXer, Katman (aka Christopher Eastwood, 16) formerly of Bishopbriggs Academy was chosen to ride with professional stunt riders, The Clan, as part of the 2011 launch of the Frenshnlo Pedal for Scotland, just last week in Glasgow’s Kevlingrove Skatepark.