Students from three of Carlisle's secondary schools are among the latest to receive specialist cycle safety training.
It's being delievered through Cyclewise, who provide more than 4,000 primary and secondary schoolchildren with training every year
Each of the schools encourage their students to cycle to school, and it's hoped that the training will help keep them safe on their journeys.
Three members of the Galloway Mountain Rescue Team are taking on a 12-day cycle challenge to raise money for their service.
The mammoth challenge will see them reach the four compass point extremities of the Scottish mainland.
They are hoping to raise a tenth (£2,500) of their annual running costs (£25,000).
The challenge starts on Saturday (6th July) from their rescue base in Newton Stewart.
The cyclists then head for the most southerly, westerly, northerly and easterly points before returning to Galloway.
You can sponsor the cyclists here.
A Carlisle MP is cycling from Land's End to John O'Groats to raise money for a local hospice.
John Stevenson is joining friends Richard Wise and Jonathan Leach on the challenge to help raise funds for the Eden Valley Hospice in Carlisle.
The hospice specialises in providing palliative and end of life care for children and adults with life limiting conditions.
A seventy five thousand pounds upgrade to a Lake District cycle path has been completed. The revamp means the route along Windermere can now be accessed by cyclists of all abilities.
The money comes from a multi-million pound project which aims to cut carbon emissions in the National park.
A cycle path around England’s largest lake has been given a facelift to the tune of £75,000.
To celebrate the improvement to the track, which goes alongside the western side of Windermere, a mass bike ride has been organised.
The renovations will allow cyclists of all abilities to be able to enjoy riding along the lake.