A bumpy ride towards a greener future

Cycle Law News
May 27, 2024

Cycling not only reduces air and noise pollution but also creates a demand for more green spaces and helps mitigate climate change.

Law Courts

Killer cyclists to be jailed – or are they?

Cycle Law News
May 17, 2024

Yesterday, many of us will have woken up to the news that “killer cyclists” are to be jailed if they kill or injure pedestrians by riding dangerously, carelessly or inconsiderately.

Zara Jones piloting a Vie Velo tandem in Poppy Scotland sportive.

Cycling with VIE Velo

Cycle Law News
May 8, 2024

VIE Velo cycling club pairing visually impaired riders with sighted pilots on tandem bicycles to ride socially in and around Edinburgh.

Confusing infrastructure off Charlotte Square, Edinburgh

Pedal Power

Cycle Law News
May 7, 2024

We cannot possibly consider ourselves to be a safe cycling nation while the government just pays lip service to what needs to be done. We need to see real change.

Rules of the road don’t apply here

Cycle Law News
April 8, 2024

The rules of the road don’t apply on off-road routes. Lord Sandison ruling on the case of Nigel Dick v Joseph Merrick 2024

Emma Burke Newman – driver sentencing

Cycle Law Press Release
March 21, 2024

Emma's parents want their daughter’s death to be a catalyst for change. Using sentencing as a deterrent will ultimately not protect cyclists.

Sir Harry Lauder Road junction

How long is too long?

Cycle Law News
January 21, 2024

The delay in implementing changes and improvements to dangerous junctions can have severe consequences.

Edinburgh Trams

Tram troubles and Cycling Safety

Cycle Law News
January 4, 2024

Despite the significant number of cyclists who have been injured as a result of the tram tracks, very little has been done in terms of making improvements.

Princes Street

Safer roads for cyclists

Cycle Law News
September 20, 2023

Data shows us that roads are actually getting safer to cycle on but perceptually it doesn't feel like that. More needs to be done by the criminal justice system to

Manas at UCI World Champs

Volunteering at UCI World Champs

Cycle Law News
September 19, 2023

CLS Paralegal Manas Disoriya recently volunteered as a marshal for the Individual Time Trials at the UCI World Cycling Championships in Stirling.

Vie Velo Tandem

Pedalling Together

Cycle Law News
August 7, 2023

Jo Clancy shares her thoughts about what it means to be able to cycle on a tandem with blind or visually impaired cyclists as a member of the Vie Velo

PCC Sponsor

CLS sponsors PCC

Cycle Law News
March 15, 2023

Cycle Law Scotland announces sponsorship package with Peebles Cycling Club for 2023

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