Bishopbriggs – Glasgow – Bishopbriggs Led Ride

The Queen Street Tunnel closure this spring is the perfect reason to get back on your bike!

With three route options catering for all abilities, Glasgow Bike Station (in partnership with ScotRail and Cycling Scotland) presents a comprehensive programme of ‘Led Rides’ all led by qualified and experienced ride leaders.

The led rides will run for 8 weeks starting on Monday 21st March; the number of rides available will vary as the weeks progress.

W/C 11th April– Monday, Wednesday & Friday 

Running at key commuting times from Bishopbriggs Station in the morning and Glasgow Queen Street Station in the evening, simply select a route to suit your schedule and desired ride type.

Choose from:

Route 1: Mainly on cycle paths, this route is the slowest of the three, allow around 35-40 minutes.
Route 2: Following residential roads, allow 30 minutes for this mid pace route.
Route 3: Allow 25 minutes for this faster ride, all on busy roads.

Departure times:

Morning – from Bishopbriggs Station:

  • Route 1 – 8am
  • Route 2 – 8.15am
  • Route 3 – 8.20 am

Evening – from Glasgow Queen Street Station:

  • Route 1 – 5.30pm
  • Route 2 – 5.30pm
  • Route 3 – 5.30pm

Click here to book onto a week of rides

Glasgow Queen Street Tunnel Closure

As part of Scotrail’s preparations to deliver faster, longer, greener trains for Scotland, Glasgow Queen Street High Level tunnel will close for essential upgrading for 20 weeks from Sunday 20 March. It will re-open on Monday 8 August.

Find out more about the works here.

Points of Interest

Use the legend to find things to do around the Forth & Clyde Canal