• Cyclefix
  • Cyclefix
  • Cyclefix
  • Cyclefix
  • Cyclefix

Cyclefix

Thanks to a £36,000 injection of cash from Wooden Spoon’s Scottish National Committee a renovation project facilitated the conversion of a derelict part of RUTS buildings at Newtongrange, into a bicycle workshop. The workshop functions as a training area for young people in Midlothian to learn about bicycle mechanics, giving them the opportunity to complete Accredited Awards such as the City and Guild Entry Level 3 Bike Maintenence. 

Cyclefix also hosts our bicycle shop that sell a wide range of refurbished bicycles and a bicycle accessories. 

 

Check out the shop here

 

Cyclefix Build-a-Bike Programme:

Are you 14-19 years old and based in Midlothian? Why not apply for our Build-a-Bike course we're running later in 2015. All you need to do is email Cyclefix@RUTS.org.uk with 50 words with why you're the best choice and you could be joining us to learn how to put a bicycle together. The best bit is you get to keep the bike afterwardsMore information to follow.

 

 

Summer Programme:

Looking for something to do over the summer break? Why not join us for a FREE BIKE COURSE. Check out the poster for the details!

Mechanics

Mechanics

Mobile Services

Mobile Services

Employability

Employability
RUTS was established in 1981, by a group of enthusiastic motorcycling youth workers to provide activity-based group-work projects for young people. These projects used off-road motorcycling as an activity which took the interest of the young people involved and encouraged involvement, but at the same time provided opportunities for useful growth experiences, such as teamwork and taking instruction.