Cycling is a cheap, quick and healthy way to get around. There is a network of on and off road cycle routes in Edinburgh.
It takes approximately 35 minutes to cycle to the Easter Bush Campus from the Central Area cycling at a moderate speed.
Plan your bike journey
To find out more about local cycle routes to the Easter Bush Campus, you can use the CycleStreets journey planner or the City of Edinburgh Council cycle maps. The postcode of the Easter Bush Campus is EH25 9RG.
Campus facilities to support cycling
Off-road cycle path
This path runs alongside Bush Farm Road (the road running directly through the campus) and connects the campus with Seafield Moor Road (A703) and Bush Loan. The path is wide, well surfaced and very well lit. At the campus, cyclists wishing to continue will need to join the road for a short section before re-joining the path - but this section is traffic calmed, and crossings are provided.
There are bike racks, sheltered bike parking and a secure bike store at the Easter Bush Campus. The bike parking facilities are available for all staff, students, visitors and clients to use.
Fixing your bike
If your bike needs to be fixed at the campus then a toolkit is available at the Campus Service Centre. This toolkit is available for free on production of a staff ID or student matriculation card.
It contains useful items such as a puncture repair kit, a pump, spare inner tubes and a variety of tools.