The Bike Station runs a number of community outreach projects in Glasgow – all designed to make cycling an easy, affordable and mainstream way to travel for people of all ages.

Funded by a combination of grant funding and income generated from bike sales, our various projects teach, train, inspire and encourage people to get out on their bikes – whether it’s learning from scratch or taking the step to commute to work for the first time. Improving the environment we live in and the health of our fellow Glaswegians is our ultimate aim.

Contact Projects Manager Victoria Leiper: if you would like to discuss partnership or sponsorship opportunities.

A big thank you to all our funders, including the Scottish Government's Climate Challenge Fund, Big Lottery Yound Start, Cycling Scotland, Enterprise Ready Fund and Glasgow city Council.  Their help has enabled us to reach over 50,000 people directly through our various outreach projects in the last three years.