Cycling in Fife is seeing a future that is very ambitious and in a community networking event, it has all been worked out. There were more than a 100 people who were a part of the discussion whole main aim was to shape the future of cycling in UK.
They have about £5 million funds already with them and they hope to expand the routes of cycling within and all around Dunfermline and Glenrothes.
They are also going to spend £1 million to create a closed loop cycle track on the land the council has near the Lochgelly High School. If the council approves so, they will dedicate the first cycling track in Scotland.
The cycling development officer of the Council Kirsteen Torrance said that the event was evidence that it will hold up the interests of people in cycling. She was overwhelmed with the response she received. She said that they have seen the demand increase for every aspect in cycling and now they have a framework enough for them to develop cost effective, new and innovative initiatives so that they get more people who would like to invest on bikes and make the races go further.
Mark Hood the Councilor and an executive member of committee are very eager to show the importance of developing cycling in the many years to come.He said that the cycling framework today is in position to make sure that the future is very good for Fife. They intend to make full utilization of their resources and knowledge to deliver the whole thing with expertise. He hopes that this initiative will make a place for them in the world as one of the top quality cycling experiences as the whole thing will have many facilities.