[image: Holger Mohaupt 2021]
A series of cycling & walking events have been organised as part of this year’s FVAB offering a great way to experience our outdoors, access some of the quieter routes, visit the outdoor installations, and meet many of the artists. All events are free but require booking in advance.
Sun 11th July 2pm & Sat 21st August 2pm
Holger Mohaupt led-cycle ride ‘the grass is getting long‘ starting from Stirling Train Station (not suitable for ebikes). An artist-devised route using mainly quieter routes which follow the River Forth taking in some of its local architecture and social history. The journey will involve existing paths as well as some off the beaten track. Each of the events will take the route in an opposite direction.
Sat 17th July 2pm
Audrey Grant leads a walk around her installations at Bothkennar Pools, Skinflats with a talk introducing her ‘Arcadia‘ project.
Sun 18th July 2pm
Natalie McIlroy led-cycle ride and talk from Dunblane to Stirling to see a number of her installed ‘Blikvangers‘.
Sat 24th July 2pm & Sat 31st July 2pm
Milk & Two led-cycle ride and talk around their installations at Canada Wood (Callendar Estate Activity Centre).
BOOKINGS for these events coming soon.
Stirling Active Travel Hub Led Events
A chance to explore the Forth Valley quieter routes whilst visiting some of the artist studios over the Open Studios Weekend:
Sat 10th July 2pm
Open Studios Cycle ride – from Dunblane (studios 12-15) – BOOK HERE
Sun 11th July 11am
Open Studios Cycle ride – from West Moss-side (studios 8-11) – BOOK HERE
‘ArtCycle Meanders’ to visit commissions (5-10 miles):
Weds 7th July 1pm
From Engine Shed, Stirling – to visit Central Stirling (Natalie McIlroy installations)
Weds 14th July 1pm
From Willow Court, University of Stirling – to visit Glen Road (Natalie McIlroy installations)
Weds 21st July 1pm
From The Kelpies – to visit Skinflats (with talk by Audrey Grant)
Weds 28th July 1pm
From The Falkirk Wheel – to visit Canada Wood (Milk&Two installations)
BOOK HERE for all Weds ‘ArtCycle’ Meanders