January 2011 - The People's Postcode Lottery kindly awarded the Bike Station and Edinburgh and Lothian Greenspace Trust £98,100 for our Innertube Map project: to develop the map by carrying out promotional and conservation work on North Edinburgh's paths. To keep up to date, and to get involved, follow us on Twitter @theBikeStation @InnertubeMap @greenspacetrust
December 2009 - We received £750,000 from the Scottish Government's Climate Challenge Fund to carry out a major project to promote cycling and sustainable transport in Edinburgh.
August 2009 - A £4,750 grant from the Scottish Community Foundation is supporting a campaign to promote responsible cycling on shared-use paths in Edinburgh in conjunction with the Edinburgh Rangers and organisations such as Lothian and Edinburgh Greenspace Trust.
August 2009 – The South Central Edinburgh Partnership gave £4,750 to fund a series of Dr Bike sessions to promote safe commuter cycling, in association with the Lothian and Borders Police and the Edinburgh Ranger Service.
February 2009 – A £3,900 grant from Cycling Scotland is supporting a range activities with the Bridges Project in East Lothian, working with young people promoting bicycle maintenance skills, safe cycling and introducing cycling as safe, healthy and positive activity.
October 2008 – The Scottish Government’s INCREASE Fund committed £133,000 over three years to drastically increase the quantities of bicycles that the Bike Station can take, so increasing the amounts recycled, reducing the amount going to landfill. The grant supports the rent of a second warehouse, the purchase of a van and other support and investment to increase our capacity.
March 2008 – the National Lottery Young People's Fund has given an £86,000 grant for four years' of Build Your Own Bike courses.
February 2008 - The Scottish Government are supporting 32 Build Your Own Bike courses between 2008 and 2012, allowing 256 young people to experience bike maintenance and building, cycle training and mountain biking.