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Thanks for shopping – by bike!

Anyone shopping by bike at Edinburgh Farmers’ Market on June 21 received a thank-you goody-bag from Spokes, with contents supplied by generous stallholders…

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Spokes Bulletin 118

Out now!  …  Edinburgh progress in sustainable transport; Preventing Haymarket tramline crashes;  Transport & Planning: failure in joined-up thinking; Council Local Transport Strategy supplement; Everyday bike use pictures; and loads more…

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Spokes Bulletin 114

Out now! – the latest on Scottish cycle policy & funding, Edinburgh council projects 2012 & 2013, new shared paths flyer, facts & theories on bike use & safety,…

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How to Buy a Spokes Map

Please click the Spokes Maps tab at the top of the Spokes website.

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Cycling in Edinburgh, past and future

In the run-up to the May 3 council elections, Spokes has a big opinion piece in the April 12 Edinburgh Evening News…

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Spokes Mapp Buff: buying after xmas

Spokes has commissioned an Original Buff printed with an extract of the Edinburgh Spokes cycle map…

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Bulletin 105 – Late 2009

Good news from Edinburgh Council, whilst at Holyrood the draft budget for 2010/11 yet again boosts trunk road spending whilst maintaining cycling investment at a miserable level.

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Linlithgow Station Cycle Info board

ScotRail’s first cycle information board, produced by Spokes at ScotRail’s initiative, was unveiled at Linlithgow Station on Friday 11 September by the Convener of the Scottish Parliament’s Transport, Infrastructure and Climate Change Committee, Patrick Harvie MSP.

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Midlothian Cycle Map – new edition

The third edition of the Spokes cycle/walking map for Midlothian has just been published.

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