Dr Lesley Ingram-Sills - Evidencing the Impact
Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland Podcast
by Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland
1M ago
Dr Lesley Ingram-Sills - Edinburgh Napier University - Evidencing the Impact Fascinating insight into the work of Dr Lesley Ingram-Sills. The podcast covers her journey into the outdoors, her - and the wider team at Napier's - research into e-bikes and trail therapy, along with her excitement into what the new mountain bike innovation centre will deliver for research and industry when opened in 2025. Enjoy. Trail  Therapy Evaluation - https://dmbins.com/blog/evaluating-the-impact-of-trail-therapy-programme/ E-bike Research - https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/emtbstudy MTB Innovation C ..read more
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Scotty Laughland - Rediscovering Scottish Mountain Biking
Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland Podcast
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8M ago
How did Scotty get into mountain biking? What about those early days racing downhill? What's changed over the years to grow his love of riding at home? We sat down with him to find out all this and more.    In this podcast, our Head of Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland - Graeme McLean, chats with Scotty Laughland on how he got into bikes, his experience as a pro rider, transitioning into the media, and during lockdown rediscovering Scottish mountain biking.    The podcast tells tales of Scotty's experiences of riding across our fabulous land and into his favourite dest ..read more
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MTB Trail Therapy and Green Health Partnerships
Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland Podcast
by Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland
8M ago
How does being immersed and active in nature help improve mental health? Paul MacFarlane, Trail Therapy MTB Leader with Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland, chats with Viola Marx the Green Health Partnership Coordinator within Dundee City Council on how green health partnerships operate and her hopes in using mountain biking as part of the process of recovery from periods of mental ill-health. Viola then turns the questions on Paul where she explores the mountain bike scene including its accessibility in Tayside & Fife and his hopes and ambitions for the Trail Therapy project in Dunde ..read more
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Responsible Mountain Bike Access - Understanding the pressures on the outdoors with the increase in riders from Covid-19
Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland Podcast
by Graeme McLean - DMBinS, Aoife Glass -= MTB Journalist, Bridget Finton - NatureScot & Phil Whitfield - Forestry and Land Scotland
8M ago
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought many new riders into our sport. In this podcast, representatives from NatureScot, Forestry and Land Scotland and mountain bike journalist, Aoife Glass, look at how we can keep them riding whilst educating them on responsible access, and also look at our cumulative impact on the environment. Just what has been the Covid impact on our outdoors? How do we mitigate against any negative impacts to this growth in accessing the outdoors. The interview was part of the Scottish MTB Gathering 2020 ..read more
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