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Cycle Grampian
Welcome to Cycle Grampian
The website for anyone wanting information about cycling in the lovely Grampian region of North East Scotland.
This site is for you no matter whether you are a local, interested in racing, or touring, or family days out, or commuting, or downhill, or whether you are a visitor to the region and want to explore the land of whisky, castles, standing stones, and sea scapes. Either way it is hoped this site will help you get more from your time in the saddle.
The site is jam packed with information, however if you think we have missed something - then let us know. Contact details are at the bottom of the page.

News Headlines
Ben Aigan Closures
Tree felling work is ongoing around Knockmore meaning that it's likely that there will be some temporary closures of the trails later in the summer.
Speyside Way Extension?
Plans to extend the Speyside Way advance. Full story here.
Car Park Charges
Forestry Commission introduce parking charges. Full story here
Whisky Sportive
First running of this new event based in Elgin set for June. Full story here.
Trail Plans Move Forward
Plans to develop additional mountain biking facilities including a new mountain bike centre and dedicated bike trails have nudged forward. Full story here.
3-Day Cycle Challenge
Dates confirmed for Ride the North - a challenging 3 day charity cycle ride in support of the fight against urological cancer covering a 220 mile circuit of Scotlandís North East. Full story here
Bobbies on Bikes
Grampian Police officers receive pedal bike training. Full story here
Deeside Way Recognised
The Deeside Way is now officially part of the National Cycle Network. Details here
More News

Road and Trail News
Dava Way
New finger posts for the route were installed during October to improve directions at various points such as Dava where reports of riders being uncertain of the route were rising. The new signposts also provide more distance information along the route.
Speyside Way
Timber operations in Tom an Uird Wood have finished, and the 2 mile diversion between Mains of Dalvey and Cromdale rather than through the woods has been removed.

Level Crossing Dangers
A reminder on the best way to report incidents at level crossings. full details...


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