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Everyday Cycling Fife – Frequently Asked Questions

The following frequently asked questions will help answer some of your questions about Everyday Cycling Fife and cycling.

If there is something you can’t find the answer to, or you have more information that we should add, please fill out our feedback form on the main page.


How can I get involved in the #EverydayCyclingFife campaign?

A good place to start is by sharing a post on social media about your most recent cycling journey. Use the hashtag #EverydayCyclingFife. You can share your dash to the shops, your commute to work or a leisurely cycle.
You can also attend a local cycling event.

What is the Everyday Cycling Fife campaign trying to achieve?

Climate Action Fife’s Everyday Cycling Fife campaign wants to get more people involved in cycling for everyday journeys. We want to show that you don’t have to be a ‘cyclist’ to cycle and help people feel empowered to make more journeys by bike.

What is the Cycle Info Hub?

Our Cycle Info Hub is an online space where people can find information on all things cycling-related. We have lots of information specific to cycling in Fife.
The Hub is constantly growing to include more information. Keep checking back to see what we have added.

How do I keep my bike safe and secure?

Hundreds of bike thefts are reported to Police Scotland in Fife each year. There are some simple things you can do to reduce the risk of being targeted by thieves.
Learn more [link to resource]

Can I take my bike with me or public transport?

Stagecoach is the main bus operator in Fife. Generally bikes are not permitted on standard buses. They are usually allowed on coaches that have proper facilities for storing luggage storage.

Does your bike fold up? If it can fit in the luggage pen and you can lift it in and out yourself, you can bring it on the bus. Check Stagecoach’s conditions of carriage for full details.


Scotrail runs most of the trains that run in or through Fife. You’ll find designated cycle spaces on all of their trains. The majority of services have non-reservable cycle spaces. These are available on a first come first served basis and you should bear this in mind when travelling at peak times.

Learn more about what types of bike you can and can’t take on the train and when you may need to book a cycle space on the Scotrail website.

Is there an organisation near me that does cycling activities?

Lots of charities and other organisations across Fife host activities such as bike rides and basic repair classes.
Find a group near you organisations near you [link to organisations page]

How can I suggest a change or addition to the Cycle Info Hub?

We value your feedback.
The Cycle Info Hub is constantly growing to include more information. If there is anything you would like us to add or change, please let us know through our online form.

I’m hosting a cycling event – how do I advertise it on your website?

We would love to help promote any local cycling events happening in Fife. Please email us with details of your event and a photo we can use to promote it. Don’t forget to include the date, time and venue. If people need to book, let us know how!

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