Who we are

Cycling Dumfries is an entirely voluntary membership organisation, made up of local cyclists who would like to see better conditions for cycling in the town.

Our officers are:

  • Sally Hinchcliffe (co-ordinator) who also maintains the website. Sally is also the secretary of the Cycling Embassy of Great Britain, which campaigns nationally for high-quality continental-style cycling infrastructure and helps organise Pedal on Parliament which campaigns for safer cycling in Scotland.
  • Richard Smith (treasurer).
  • Rosie Rutherford (secretary )has recently returned to cycling, and is loving it.  She  is keen to promote everyday/utility cycling in Dumfries,  She
    is active in Incredible Edible Dumfries, the Dumfries Fairtrade Group and helps run the  free meals project at Dumfries Northwest Church.

    She does not wear lycra.

  • John Schofield (press). John is a local teacher (at St. Joseph’s) and long time cyclist and is also involved in the Round Strathaven event in South Lanarkshire

As of 2015 we are an affiliated CTC group, supporting the work of the CTC campaigning nationally and in Scotland (including We Walk, We Cycle, We Vote). Members of Cycling Dumfries can get discounted affiliate membership of the CTC (which provides free third-party liability cover) for just £24 a year.

You can contact us by emailing cyclingdumfries AT gmail DOT com or use the contact form on our about page.

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