We’re on: once more we’ll be pedalling on the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh on Saturday 28th April to tell our politicians that we want to see a cycle-friendly Scotland. Spending on active travel may have gone up this year, but it’s still not enough – and there are still other changes that are needed to make cycling safe for everyone.

So join us once more at 12 noon at the Meadows, with feeder rides coming in from all across Scotland. The route will be the same as the last PoPs, including the iconic Royal Mile, and ending – as you might expect – at the parliament building at Holyrood.

Although we’re making a serious point about making cycling safer and easier, the day itself will be light-hearted. The pace will be slow and easy for people to keep up – however little their legs may be. It will be non-confrontational and we will be co-operating fully with the police and the council and all the relevant authorities. We’ve arranged that the roads will be closed during the ride itself. We’ll do our best to make sure that the good folk of Edinburgh can go about their normal Saturday business (although we’d be delighted if they chose to join us instead) so we won’t be blocking roads or holding anyone up any more than we have to to be safe.