On Wednesday, March 5, 2014 the French Transport Minister Frédéric Cuvillier has made an especially positive announcement concerning cycling, through the PAMA (Plan d’Actions pour les Mobilités Actives or Action Plan for Active Mobility). Among the 25 proposals were financial incentives for commuting by bike and governmental support to Velo-city 2015 in Nantes organized by ECF.
As the countdown for Velo-city Global 2014 in Adelaide has began, ECF managing team traveled to Taipei to attend the first workshop leading up to the next Velo-city Global in 2016. ECF Director of Development, Kevin Mayne, explains how Velo-city series transform Taipei, promote inter-city exchange and push for a holistic improvement in cycling conditions.
Every week leading up to Velo-city Global Adelaide 2014, the leading global conference on cycling, we're going to get you acquainted with one of the fantastic conference speakers. This week: Get addicted to cycling with Jennifer Bonham!