An initiative to encourage people to cycle to Birmingham has been set up after receiving part of a £2 million Government community fund.
The Community Service Volunteers said it would encourage residents to get out their bikes and use them to cycle on the city's streets.
The CSV hopes to attract local employers to get involved with the scheme, urging more commuters to cycle to work.
The project is being funded by Defra's Environmental Action Fund, which has already supported several CSV initiatives in the city.
Among them is the Growing Gains project, where 15 city primary schools are encouraging pupils to design gardens, grow food and use the produce to cook healthy meals.
Another scheme, Concrete to Coriander, has encouraged women to grow vegetables, herbs and spices at home or on allotments in the Small Heath and Bordesley area.
This has recently expanded to the Knowle Road allotments in Sparkbrook.
Tom Freeland, development manager for CSV, said it hoped to expand on current cycling programmes.
"It is aspirational. We have been involved in encouraging people to get out walking in parks and open spaces and now we are hoping to encourage people to cycle for leisure or to get to work." ..SUPL: