Home Tags Pedal on Parliament

Tag: Pedal on Parliament

Pedal on Parliament demand Space for Distancing

Pedal on Parliament begin a national online campaign today called Space for Distancing, supporting reallocation of road space to allow for safe distancing for people walking, cycling and wheeling. We have spotted other schemes from...

Pedal on Parliament – get involved in the local action

This year Pedal on Parliament continues to campaign for proper funding for active travel and a number of other measures to make Scotland a cycle friendly country.Rather than having one big cycle from...

Letter from Scotland

 It’s been a week of two halves….good news and bad news.  It started with a bank holiday weekend of joyously warm weather and happy events and then a cooler reality set in with a...

Friends of the Earth support Pedal on Parliament

This year will be the seventh annual  cycling protest Pedal on Parliament which will set off from Middle Meadow Walk at midday today. Thousands of cyclists and pedestrians are expected to travel the route...

Pedal on Parliament 2018 – Mark Beaumont to lead off

The seventh Pedal on Parliament will be led off by Mark Beaumont, world record breaking cyclist and adventurer. He will front up the cycle event which begins in the Meadows on 28 April 2018...

Pedal on Parliament 2018 – date announced

The eighth Pedal on Parliament takes place on 28 April 2018 and as before the protest group will congregate at the Meadows to cycle down to Holyrood. POP want safer cycle routes and more...

Pedal on Parliament Edinburgh 2017

The sixth Pedal on Parliament will take place in Edinburgh this Saturday 22 April 2017.Follow what Pedal on Parliament are up to here on Twitter. This year for the first time there are four rides...

Pedal on Parliament launches a crowfunder in Edinburgh and beyond!

Here in Edinburgh we are well used to Pedal on Parliament, the mass demonstration of cycling which takes place each year, and it has been held before in Aberdeen, but now it is to...

Pedal on Parliament

Over 5,000 cyclists descended on the Scottish Parliament on Saturday afternoon to call for cycling to be given a bigger place in the nation’s transport plans.On bikes of every size and shape, they cycled...

Politicians to cycle in Pedal on Parliament tomorrow

 This year's Pedal on Parliament will include record numbers of politicians joining people from across Scotland to call for safer cycling on Scotland's roads. The grassroots cycle campaign, which will be holding its third mass...

POP2 once more

Another of our reporters was out on George IV Bridge and caught some of the action from Pedal on Parliament there on video...[vimeo 66516657 w=500 h=281]pedal on parliament movie from sam khan-mcintyre on Vimeo.

Pedal on Parliament on video….

We hope you like our video of the start of Pedal on Parliament 2 today.....do let us know![youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcH8wyG2YQk]

Road closures for Pedal on Parliament 19 May

Today the second Pedal on Parliament takes place starting from The Meadows at 3:00pm. The following roads will be closed....Road closures for Pedal on Parliament by Phyllis Stephen

Five things you need to know today

Candidates for By-election - Balerno Village Trust AGM - Pedal on Parliament - Pirates of Penzance  - Edinburgh Festival of CyclingThe candidates standing in the Liberton/Gilmerton by-election on Thursday 20 June 2013 have been...

Pedal on Parliament 2 – Sunday 19 May 2013

This Sunday there will be a flash cycle starting from The Meadows and progressing to Holyrood. Last year the same cycle protest attracted more than 3000 people of all ages on bikes. This year...

Pedal on Parliament launch

As we reported earlier today the cycling group Pedal on Parliament gathered today to launch their second event, hoping to emulate the success of last year's protest rally when over 3,000 cyclists took to...

Pedal on Parliament campaigner shortlisted for award

Sally Hinchcliffe from Dumfries is a founding member of Pedal on Parliament, the cycling group which had such an important impact in Edinburgh earlier this year.The campaigning group are raising awareness and putting pressure...

Pedal on Parliament moving forward

Representatives of cycling safety group, Pedal on Parliament, met with Scottish Government Transport Minister Keith Brown MSP, along with other MSPs and government officials today to discuss the key points of their eight point...

Pedal On Parliament going back to Holyrood today

Last month one of the biggest, and yet most peaceful, protests seen in Edinburgh for a while took place when over 3,000 cyclists rode their bikes from The Meadows to Holyrood to highlight the...

3000 cycle for Pedal on Parliament

According to the many who tweeted about it, the Pedal on Parliament event attracted around 3,000 cyclists from all over. This was three times as many as the organisers expected. At the same time,...

One man’s view on cycling in Edinburgh

by Kim Harding I have been cycling for more years than I care to remember, I first started to ride a bicycle on the roads on my own at the age of seven. Even in...

Pedal on Parliament 28 April 2012

Following the deaths of two cyclists in Edinburgh since the beginning of 2012, a campaign group has sprung up to encourage safer cycling. Pedal on Parliament invites cyclists, walkers, skateboarders, roller-­skaters and anyone else who...


The Edinburgh Reporter Newsletter

Sign up to receive all the latest news from The Edinburgh Reporter direct to your inbox.