This Machine Fights Climate Change

In ordinary times, the end of April would normally see many of us heading up to Edinburgh to take part in Pedal on Parliament. But just because mass bike rides are out, doesn’t mean we aren’t getting involved in PoP’s day (or night) of action to light up the night with the message This Machine Fights Climate Change

In fact, we’ve already started! If you’ve been in the town centre today you may have seen our displays in a couple of shops around town. Big thanks to the Frothy Bike Co, G&G Cycle Centre and Midsteeple Quarter for lending us their windows.

This Machine Fights Climate Change display in Frothy Bike's window
Display in G&G's window
Display in midsteeple quarter's window

But that’s not all we’ve been up to. If you’ve been down to the Maxwelltown Cycle Path after dark in the past week, you might have been lucky enough to spot Kirkpatrick McMillan sporting a sparkly new look …

What’s going on? All will be revealed on Saturday around 9pm, as part of a wider Scotland-wide action. Watch this space, or follow the hashtags #POP2021 and #ThisMachineFightsClimateChange on social media to find out more!

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