Discover Stirling by Bike

22sep1:00 pm2:30 pmDiscover Stirling by BikeJoin us for a series of free cycle rides suitable for all, or anyone who is new to the Stirling area. 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm OrganiserForth Environment LinkEvent TypeOutdoor

Event Details

Weekly rides are back! We’re so excited to get out on our bikes with other people again.

This block of rides is suitable for anyone who can already ride a bike safely on roads and may consider themselves relatively new to cycling or the Stirling area. If you are a total beginner, please check out our beginners cycle skills sessions on Eventbrite.

These rides will be 5-10 easy miles in distance and are a great way to start to go a little further or explore new routes by bike. These rides are a great way to meet other people and build a bit of confidence on your bike. We will use the local cycle network and quiet roads as far as possible, but there may be some busier road crossings required. Routes will vary each week.

The start and finish point of every ride will be behind the Engine Shed in Stirling (circled in orange in the image). Please arrive 10 minutes before the ride is due to start.

This block of rides will run weekly on Wednesday afternoons from 1pm-2.30pm between the 5th May and the 24th of November.


Due to current Covid measures, all participants are asked to supply their own equipment. This includes:

  • fully functioning bicycle (with brakes)
  • face mask or covering
  • helmet
  • hand sanitiser
  • Waterproofs, suncream, sunglasses, bottle of water optional.

Helmets and hand sanitiser can be loaned to participants if requested prior to session.

Safety note:

Social distancing should be maintained as far as possible during sessions.

All participants are asked to cancel and reschedule if there is a possibility they may have contracted or be carrying Coronavirus.



(Wednesday) 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm


Forth Environment Link

Forth Environment Link (FEL) is a Scottish environmental charity, based in the Forth Valley, leading the way on connecting people and place on actions which make a positive response to the Climate Emergency. We support more day to day journeys on foot or by bike; we encourage more local food to be grown and eaten in our communities; and we help increase the lifespan of our everyday items.

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