Locals will be given the opportunity to try out Fife Cycle Park on the facility’s opening day, later this month.


As part of a wider programme of community events that is being planned, local people are welcome to come along and cycle the circuit on Wednesday 23 May at a free drop in event running from 3pm until 7pm.


There’s no need to book, you’ll be given a time slot when you arrive. A limited number of bikes and helmets will be available but attendees are encouraged to bring their own!


If you can’t make it on opening day, a follow up community drop-in session will also be running on Thursday 24th May, between 4pm and 8pm.


Convener of Cowdenbeath Area Committee, Cllr Linda Erskine said: “This is a great opportunity for local people to try out this fantastic new facility. As well as putting Lochgelly at the forefront of Scottish cycling, Fife Cycle Park will be very much a community facility that is set to welcome people of all ages and abilities. I urge locals to take advantage of these free community drop-in sessions and help us to celebrate Scotland’s first cycle circuit being on our doorstep.”


Fife Cycle Park secured funding contributions from sportscotland and the Scottish Government’s Regeneration Capital Grant Fund.


Please note:

  • You don’t need to be a pro;  Fife Cycle Park is for everyone, regardless of age and ability
  • Helmets are a must for accessing the circuit!
  • Attendees will be allocated 15 minute slots, depending on availability
  • Parking is available on site with additional parking available at Lochgelly High School from 4pm