This Saturday the police will be in Victoria Park offering bike security marking for anyone who turns up (with their bike) There is a cost – but bring your bike, register it and get it UV marked it for £5.00; or register it, UV mark it and electronically tag it for £16.00. A limited number [...]+ READ MORE
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Welcome to the Edinburgh Innertube map, charting the city's principal off-street paths.
Click on the map to read the latest news and stories about each route or stop. Got a photo, story or news update to share? You can contribute.
If you’ve been a regular on the Hawthornvale path over the past few years, you will have seen the progress of the brand-new building for the Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop – the Bill Scott Sculpture Centre. Phase two of the project is set to get underway, but in the meantime, if you’ve been curious as to [...]+ READ MORE
The Wasteland Collective, an Edinburgh based group working to explore the potential and missed opportunities of urban land, had their kick-starter exhibition last Friday 7th June. Many thanks to all who attended and contributed to our research, sharing ideas for wasteland projects! The room was full of energy and enthusiasm for improving Edinburgh’s wasted streets [...]+ READ MORE
Are you passionate about Edinburgh’s cycle paths and green spaces? Would you like to help promote, improve and extend the city’s safe network of cycle routes? Or are you involved in a community project that you’d like to promote on our website? Or maybe you’re a regular user of one of the Innertube paths, and [...]+ READ MORE
The second monthly path-works session organised by volunteers from Sustrans North Edinburgh tackled a very overgrown stretch of the path between Ferry Road and Warriston Gardens. One of the major problems on this section of route was a succession of thorny bushes growing out over the path at head height, restricting the path width and [...]+ READ MORE
The Edinburgh & Lothians Greenspace Trust team has been taking part in a pilot project on the Innertube for Grow Wild, a dynamic £10.5m campaign to bring people and communities together to sow, grow and support UK native wild flowers. Grow Wild – a new campaign funded by the Big Lottery Fund – aims to [...]+ READ MORE
Art For All is delighted to announce that North Edinburgh Arts has agreed to host a film screening of the ground-breaking film by the 350.org team Do The Math! This film is important in the global and local sense as it encapsulates the current state of the environmental predicament. It poses tough questions that we [...]+ READ MORE
Edinburgh Bike Club project “Belles on Bikes” is calling the city’s women to haul their bikes out of the shed, dust them down and pedal along to the Leith Festival Gala Day on 8 June. The project is funded by Cycling Scotland and is delivered in partnership with Youth Scotland and CTC – the national [...]+ READ MORE
By Tracy Griffen Sometimes it can be frustrating dodging potholes cycling about Edinburgh. It’s easy to get frustrated with traffic and forget just how good riding a bike can feel. However, cyclists are a proactive lot and the 4,000 strong crowd at the recent Pedal on Parliament is a good example of this. Instead of [...]+ READ MORE
Just a reminder that we will be working at Trinity Station tonight from 6.30pm, firstly working with a youth group, preparing the ground and planting wildflowers, then off for a guided walk to listen to the Dusk Chorus at 7.30pm. Please join us at the entrance to the cycleway at Lower Granton Road/Trinity Road at [...]+ READ MORE