Supporting our Cycling National Champions
Cycling has never been more popular in Scotland, aided by the success of Scottish cyclists in the 2014 Commonwealth Games and this summer’s Olympic Games in Rio.
Digby Brown Solicitors support a range of initiatives to help encourage cycling in Scotland.
Scottish Cycling Roll of Honour
The latest of these is our support for Scottish Cycling’s Roll of Honour event on November 26th. The event in Glasgow will honour Scottish National Champions of all ages competing across the different disciplines.
Digby Brown work with British Cycling to offer legal advice to all members who live in Scotland.
The afternoon will be hosted by Joe Fisher, who this year hosted the Aviva Women’s Tour, the Pearl Izumi Tour Series as well as the London Revolution in 2015.
As well as the Scottish National Champions, Scottish Cycling will also be recognising the Scottish Olympians in Team GB who brought back medals from Rio; Callum Skinner, Katie Archibald, Neil Fachie and Karen Darke.
Digby Brown Solicitors support for Scottish Cycling Roll of Honour
Digby Brown Chief Executive Fraser Oliver joined Scottish Cycling and national Champions Evan Oliphant (Scottish National Men’s Road Race) and Isla Short (Scottish National Women’s Cross Country Mountain Bike) at the iconic Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome to help launch the event.
Fraser Oliver, Digby Brown Chief Executive, said:
“It is a privilege to be involved in highlighting the great achievements and exciting future of cycling in Scotland. Our involvement with cyclists is unfortunately usually after an incident on our roads, so it is great to be able to support the sport in a really positive way.
“This Roll of Honour recognises the achievements of cyclists of all ages who have literally gone the extra mile, whether for themselves, their team or their country. As a business, we might not be breaking world track records but we aim to display the same determination every day. We extend our congratulations to everyone featuring on this roll of honour.”
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