The Ayrshire Women’s Cycle Festival has been organised in partnership between Ayr Active Travel hub, Kilmarnock Active Travel Hub and The Trinity Active Travel Hub in Irvine.
The Active Travel Hubs promote cycling, walking and sustainable transport for short distance journeys. We are passionate about active travel and its wider reaching benefits and work to make Ayrshire communities healthier by changing travel habits and encouraging people to be more active. Our hubs run learn to cycle sessions, cycling skills sessions and short led rides with qualified ride leaders. We also offer local cycling information, create personal travel plans and provide bike maintenance.
*Please note that due to Covid 19 Face to Face events and activities at the Active Travel Hubs have temporarily been suspended until Government restrictions change*
The Active Travel Hubs in Ayr and Kilmarnock are a partnership project between Sustrans Scotland and South Ayrshire / East Ayrshire Council. The projects are funded by Smarter Choices, Smarter Places from Paths for All. The Trinity in Irvine is a North Ayrshire Council project supported from European Regional Development funds under Transport Scotland’s Low Carbon Travel and Transport Challenge Fund. Thank you to all of our Funders.