The Highland Cycle Campaign are planning a ‘polite protest pedal‘ along the A82 this Saturday. Secretary (and POP Inverness organiser) Mick Heath explains why. The A82 slices through the heart of Inverness. It’s a terrifying road to ride a bike on.
Slower speeds where people live, work, and play has long been one of our key manifesto asks at Pedal on Parliament – and this week is our last chance to support the 20mph (Restricted Roads) bill which aims to achieve
1pm, 11th June at the Scottish Parliament We might not have pedalled on Parliament this year – but we will be joining a grassroots coalition to hold a demonstration there to support the Safer Streets bill which is in danger
What was your favourite bit of the POP weekend of action? We’ve put together a gallery of photos of our Pop-Up Pops from across Scotland. If you want more, check out our Flickr press pool of images from this
Day Three of our #PopUpPop weekend has been amazing. It’s been all smiles from Aberdeen to Dumfries – find out more here. Below is our press release which gives you a flavour of the day – or check out our
Day two of our #PopUpPop weekend has us buzzing. It’s been non-stop action across the country from Inverness to Dumfries, from Glasgow to Edinburgh – and there’s still more to come tomorrow – find out more here. Below is our
Well, wow! Day one of our #PopUpPop weekend has gone amazingly well. It’s been a whirl of action across Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dumfries – and there’s masses more to come over the next two days – find out more here.
We are not party political here at Pedal on Parliament, but we have thrown our weight behind Mark Ruskell’s private member’s bill which would make 20mph limits the default in built-up areas – not least because it’s one of our
We’re delighted and somewhat humbled here at POP to announce that we’ve now got 20 pop-up PoPs happening over our POP weekend. The response we’ve had to our call for creative campaign ideas has been amazing, and none of it
We’ve had a fantastic response to our call for Pop-up PoPs this year – with 20 events now announced around the country – but we know not everyone can commit to organising a demo. That doesn’t mean we don’t need