Coupar Angus Cycling Hub

Cycling, and Active Transport in general, have been significant activities of Forward Coupar Angus (FCA) for over 6 years now. The aims of our cycling project have been 

a) to get more people on to bikes for health, fitness and environmental reasons, 

b) to impact positively on the carbon footprint of Coupar Angus and to help people understand the connection between cycling/active transport and climate change and 

c) to develop a social enterprise in the town which could offer employment and bring visitors into the town. 

Through our cycling initiative, the Coupar Angus Cycling Hub (CACHub), all of these aims are being driven forward. The Cycling Hub offers:

  • training in cycling, cycle mechanics and cycle leadership
  • opportunities to join a number of cycle groups – Sunday Cyclists, Cycle for Cake, Mountain Biking
  • a wide range of events including an annual Cycle Festival, the Bells and     Buns ladies cycle run, a Sportive and Santa and Halloween rides
  • cycle initiatives with a range of primary schools in eastern Perthshire and Blairgowrie High School
  • new CUBE and a range of second hand bikes for sale
  • cycle repairs and
  • the opportunity to hire a portable cycle track.

The CAC Hub is also a lead partner in an Eastern Perthshire initiative to develop cycle routes between the three towns of Alyth, Blairgowrie and Coupar Angus.

Coupar Angus was the first community in Scotland to receive a GOLD, 'Cycle Friendly Community' Award. This prestigious award is managed by Cycling Scotland and demonstrates the high esteem in which the cycle initiative in Coupar Angus is held.

For more information, visit:


Facebook: cacyclinghub 


Instagram : cacyclinghub


The Coupar Angus Cycling Hub (former Bowling Club)

1 Forfar Rd, Coupar Angus, Blairgowrie PH13 9AN

Tel:  01828 958 296 

Opening Hours:

Monday           Closed

Tuesday        10am – 5pm

Wednesday  10am – 5pm

Thursday      10am – 5pm

Friday            10am – 5pm

Saturday        1pm – 5pm

Sunday             Closed