A long-awaited road improvement project has taken a "significant step" towards being delivered - but campaigners say they have been left disappointed.
Aberdeen Cycle Forum
A campaign group is urging north-east residents to take up cycling during the coronavirus pandemic.
A campaign group is urging Aberdeen City Council to improve cycling infrastructure after plans to introduce a bike hire scheme were delayed.
An Aberdeen cycling group has unveiled a design for a new cycle path on a popular route in the city centre.
A number of north-east organisations have been recognised in the first awards ceremony held by an Aberdeen cycling group.
A cycle group has praised a local authority for looking into improving sustainable travel for the future.
An Aberdeen cycle group has urged north-east businesses to support an event later this year.
A campaign group has announced it will match funding for an event which will see the closure of Aberdeen city centre streets.
The Aberdeen Cycle Forum needs to raise £2,321.11 to pay for the closures, and has started a fundraiser to cover costs.
An Aberdeen cycling group is encouraging members of the public to nominate schools, businesses and parking spots for an upcoming awards ceremony.
A car-free day in Aberdeen city centre has been welcomed by a campaign group.
Aberdeen cycling protesters are hoping to avoid battling with traffic for their next big event.
Campaigners have unveiled designs for a new cycle path in the city centre.
Around 100 cyclists pedalled the streets of Aberdeen in protest at the city “falling behind” on delivering cycle paths.
The date for this year’s Pedal on Parliament has been announced.
A competition to design a bike path for a major Aberdeen street has been launched by a city group.
A group has gifted a book about designing cycle infrastructure to a north-east councillor.
A cycle group has bought two new textbooks for north-east councils – in the hope they will help improve infrastructure for cyclists.
Cyclists descended on a Aberdeen City Council's headquarters to protest over a lack of bike infrastructure.
Cyclists have described an opening event for the AWPR as a “kick in the face”.