On Sunday 9th June 2019 Go e-Bike will be in attendance at the TweedLove Transcend Bike Festival 2019. There...
The Go e-Bike project was developed by the South East Scotland Transport Partnership (SEStran). The project has involved setting up a series of hubs across the region. The hubs are developed with a mix of local community organisations, charities and academic institutions. Each hub is unique and tailored to its community to support long term sustainability.
E-Bikes and support infrastructure are provided based on an assessment of the requirements of the proposed hub in partnership with local stakeholders.
Ongoing support is provided for each GO e-Bike hub. Each hub insures the equipment and promotes user safety. SEStran also offers help with cycle training in association with Cycling Scotland. Each hub supports the sustainability of the program by helping to promote GO e-Bike and contributing to ongoing research.