Formerly known as Bike Life, this is the UK's biggest ever study of walking, wheeling and cycling.
Every year, walking and cycling in Aberdeen results in:
Footdee resident Lesley Anne explains how she has cycled and walked everywhere for most of her life.
There are about 1,200 students at my school. A good number of boys cycle to school, but there are only one or two girls who cycle.
I’ve seen people looking at me and thinking “why is she doing that”, but I don’t care. I think that the uniform, the lack of safe infrastructure and being intimidated by the boys, can stop girls from cycling.
I dream of a future where girls would feel safe to cycle to school. I think if there was better cycling infrastructure in Aberdeen it would make it easier for girls to start cycling, and if more girls cycled then it would become normal.
Please get in touch.