A Fife organisation is one of 19 from across Scotland given funding tor e-bikes.
The eBike Grant Fund is providing more than 100 e-bikes to groups.
More than £273,000 has been awarded from the Scottish Government so far, with additional awards expected by the end of the year.
The fund is focused on providing support to community organisations, local authorities, public sector agencies, colleges and universities through direct grants or match funding.
It ensures that people across Scotland can access the benefits of e-bikes in an affordable way.
Since the initiative began, more than 600 e-bikes have been funded.
In Fife Ore Valley Housing Association will receive four bikes for the Cardenden and Lochgelly areas.
Here they will support school visits and offer access to the local community as part of a wider sustainable travel project.
Other recipients reach from Aberdeen to Argyll and Bute.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson said: “I’m pleased that we’ve been able to help a further 19 organisations procure e-bikes or e-cargo bikes in 2019 so far.
“This is part of our ambition to develop an active nation, where more people have opportunities to walk and cycle than ever before.”
The awards coincide with World Car Free Day, which prompts all of us to consider leaving the car and home and to think about how we can travel more sustainably for our health, wellbeing and our climate, he added.
“Through the eBike Grant Fund, delivered through Energy Saving Trust, we’ve funded over 600 e-bikes, unlocking e-mobility and sustainable travel opportunities right across the country.
“I’m committed to ensuring that people can access and experience e-bikes in their communities in an affordable manner – in order to offer active and exciting opportunities to travel more sustainably as part of everyday journeys.”
Ellie Grebenik, the senior programme manager for Scottish transport at the Energy Saving Trust, added: “The use of e-bikes and e-cargo bikes helps reduce transportation costs and lower emissions, improving local air quality.
“It also provides a great example of active travel for business and organisational use.”