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Albania

Go 2 Albania

Rrugën ‘Gjergj Fishta’ Nd 60, Ap. 27, H 3, 1023;
Tiranë
Albania
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  • Website: http://www.go2albania.org/
  • Phone: +355 69 28 53 159
  • Fax: +355 69 28 53 159

GO 2 NGO is a spinoff of the MOBALB project (www.mobalb.al) with SHKODRA (110.000 inhabitants) in North Albania as demo city. Shkodra has a 29% cycling share and an urban cycling tradition, which makes it the champion cycling city in Albania and in the region.The aim of GO 2 is to defend and modernize cycling More

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Australia

Bicycle SA

111 Franklin Street
Adelaide SA 5000
South Australia
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  • Website: www.bikesa.asn.au
  • Phone: +61 8 8168 9999
  • Fax: +61 8 8168 9988

Since our inception in 1982, BSA advocates to government, business and the community to improve access and opportunity for more South Australians to ride a bike.The values that underpin our work are led by the principle of the Four E’s (engineering, education, encouragement and enforcement) and our belief that a truly ‘cycle friendly’ community is More

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Austria

Radlobby Osterreich (Austrian Bicycle Lobby)

ARGUS Fahrradbüro: 1040 Wien
Frankenberggasse 11
Austria
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  • Website: http://www.radlobby.at/cms/
  • Phone: 0650 9464968

Radlobby Österreich is the federation of all Austrian bicycle advocacy associations and was founded in January 2013 in Salzburg. Associations: ARGUS, ARGUS Steiermark, Initiative Fahrrad OÖ, Radlobby.IGF, Radlobby NÖ and Veloclub Salzburg. In Austria and especially in Vienna bicycling is a theme of rapidly growing importance and we are intensively working to strengthen this trend.Our More

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Belarus

Brest Cycling Community

Belarus, Brest City, Lieutenant Ryabtsev St., 39/2
BY, 224000
Brest / Belarus
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  • Website: www.rucheek.by
  • Phone: +375 295 29 04 16
  • Fax: 00375 162 23 04 16

Brest is a city on the border of the European Community and the Republic of Belarus.We can:- To issue an official invitation from our organization to obtain Belarusian visa EU colleagues;- To help in crossing the Polish-Belarusian border;- To make a bicycle route travels across Belarus and cost estimates;- To introduce the cultural and historical More

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Minsk Cycling Community

ul. Sverdlova 2, office 50,
Minsk Belarus 220030
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  • Website: bike.org.by
  • Phone: +375 29-779-3185
  • Fax: --

The NGO Minsk Cycling Community was registered in March , as the first organization in Belarus to represent the interests of everyday cyclists. Minsk Cycling Community participates in the development and implementation of national, regional and municipal development programs for cycling; creates information resources to collect and publish data on the status of bicycle infrastructure More

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Belgium

Toerisme Vlaanderen (Tourist Office for Flanders)

Grasmarkt 61,
B-1000, Brussels
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  • Website: www.toerismevlaanderen.be
  • Phone: +32 (0)2 504 04 41
  • Fax: +32 (0)2 504 04 05

Mission: Implementing the tourism policy of the Flemish Government Cooperation with the Flemish tourist industry To stimulate tourism (leisure and business) to Flanders and in Flanders. Example activities: Promotion & marketing Support & development of tourism Quality improvement & control Tourism for all. More

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Pro Velo asbl

Rue de Londres, 15 - bte 1
B-1050 Bruxelles
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  • Website: www.provelo.org
  • Phone: +32 2 502 73 55
  • Fax: +32 2 502 86 41

Pro Velo started out in 1992 as Brussels’ cyclists wanted to join forces. The main goal was to support the development of cycle infrastructure and promote cycling. Since then, Pro Velo has developed in a service organisation operating from 5 cyclist’s houses In Brussels and Wallonia. More

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GRACQ – Les Cyclistes Quotidiens asbl

Rue de Londres, 15
B-1050 Bruxelles
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  • Website: www.gracq.org
  • Phone: +32-2 502 61 30
  • Fax: +32-2 502 61 30

Organization GRACQ – Les Cyclistes Quotidiens is primarily an association of members. With 1500 members in Brussels and Wallonia, it can count on about fifty local groups that organize trips, lobbying activities and communal. Since 1999, GRACQ also relies on various employees (about 7 in recent years). They coordinate local groups or communication, manage the More

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Fietsersbond vzw

Boomgaardstraat 22 bus 57
2600 Berchem

Organization There is a central office in Antwerp and and one in Brussels. The Fietsersbond consists of 43 local sections. Short Summary The Fietsersbond is campaigning for cyclists in the Dutch-speaking parts of Belgium. We are committed to all cyclists with an emphasis on commuting and utility cyclists. 
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Bosnia and Herzegovina

Green Tour Bosnia & Hercegovina

Josipa Vancasa 32
1000 Sarajevo
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  • Website: www.green-tour.org
  • Phone: +387 33 51 316 166
  • Fax: +387 33 51 316 166

Organization Non-governmental and non-profit association. Short Summary GreenTour is a non-for-profit association supporting local communities in Bosnia-Herzegovina to use their development opportunities through cycling promotion and building an integrated ecotourism product. GreenTour mission is to build capacities within civil society sector to support local communities for sustainable management and exploitation of natural and cultural values More

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Bulgaria

Bulgarian Cycling Association

3 Strelcha Str
1164, Sofia
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  • Website: www.bulgaria-cycling.org
  • Phone: +35956812505
  • Fax: +35956812506

The Association is managed by a supreme collective body – General Assembly and Management Board consisting of: Evgeniy Apostolov Apostolov, Vladimir Nikolov Vladimirov, Nataliya Tomova Dimitrova, and shall be represented by the Chairman of the Management Board EVGENIY APOSTOLOV APOSTOLOV. More

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Canada

Vélo Québec

1251, rue Rachel Est
Québec H2J 2J9 CANADA
CDN-Montréal
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  • Website: www.velo.qc.ca
  • Phone: +1-514 521 83 56
  • Fax: +1-514 521 57 11

Organization For almost 40 years, Vélo Québec, a non-profit organization, has been a prominent part of the cycling landscape in Québec. Our organization has continuously encouraged the use of the bicycle, whether for tourism purposes or as a means of clean and active transportation, so as to improve the environment and the health and well-being More

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Croatia

NGO – Moj Bicikl / My Bike

Tomašićeva 10,
10 000 Zagreb, Croatia
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  • Website: www.mojbicikl.hr
  • Phone: +385 95 57 58 056
  • Fax: +385-1-20 15 581

Organization NGO with site in Zagreb, concerned about application integrity of cycling in every meaning of the word. We are working on voluntary basis and are frequently acting like a consultant body or equal partner with diverse City Services or Government Offices. Short Summary Our work is visible on streets of Croatian cities through growing More

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Cyprus

Cycling Club of Idalion (Δημοτικός Όμιλος Ποδηλάτου Ιδαλίου)

Address: 51 Agiou Georgiou, 2540 Idalion / Cyprus
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We are an active cycling group founded in 1999 in Cyprus. The purpose of our group is to develop and promote cycling and sustainable mobility. We organize and we participate in cycling, cultural and other events throughout Cyprus. Apart from the daily movements of our members by bike our group organizes collective bike rides on a weekly basis, More

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KKTC Bisiklet Seveler Dernegi (North Cyprus Bike Lovers Association)

4, Şemsettin Günaltay st.
Kumsal -Lefkoşa
Cyprus
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  • Phone: 0090 542 856 1919
  • Fax: 0090 392 22 70240

We are the only bike association in North Cyprus. The Bike Lovers Association was established by Mr.Huseyın Akcan and Mrs.Serife Akcan with their different educated friends in 2009. Mr Huseyın Akcan was a famous cyclist when he was a child and teenager. He is a sport teacher, he was trainer, referee end North Cyprus Cycling More

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Cyprus Tourism Organisation

19, Limassol Avenue
P.O.Box 24535
CY 1390 Nicosia
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  • Website: www.visitcyprus.org.cy
  • Phone: +357 22 69 12 18
  • Fax: +357 22 33 97 23

The Cyprus Tourism Organisation’s objective is to organize and promote tourism development in the Republic of Cyprus by using all possibilities and resources available. Within the framework of the Tourism Development Strategy, CTO is working on the enrichment, diversification and upgrading of the tourist product. In line with that objective are CTO’s efforts towards the development and promotion of special interest products, notably Cycle Tourism. More

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Czech Republic

Nadace Partnerství (Czech Environmental Partnership Foundation)

Udolni 33
602 00 Brno
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  • Website: www.nadacepartnerstvi.cz
  • Phone: +420 274 816 727
  • Fax: +420 274 816 727

Organization Foundation established in 1991. Member of international Association Environmental Partnership for Sustainable Development in Central and Eastern Europe. Providing financial and technical assistance to local NGO´s and municipalities in an open grant scheme or through its assistance programs such as Greenways, Mobility 21,Public Spaces, Tree Planting and Sustainable Development in Schools. The Greenways program More

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Denmark

Foreningen Frie Fugle

Nordre Fasanvej 199, 1.th,
DK-2000 Frederiksberg
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  • Website: www.friefugle.dk
  • Phone: +45-33 11 11 75

Organization Foreningen Frie Fugle, Denmark is a multidisciplinary consultancy company with more than 30 years of experience with projects dealing with ecological and sustainable practices, agriculture, environmental issues and outdoor life. Our aim is to promote an economically, ecologically and socially sustainable development of society – nationally as well as internationally. Short Summary Foreningen Frie More

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Cyklistforbundet

Rømersgade 5-7
DK-1362 København K.
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  • Website: www.cyklistforbundet.dk
  • Phone: + 45 33 32 31 21
  • Fax: +45-33 32 76 83

Organization The Danish Cyclists’ Federation is a member-based lobby organization fighting for the rights of Denmark’s 4,5 million cyclists (Total population of Denmark: 5,6 million).Through a wide array of activities and targeted political lobbyism, we create better conditions, better safety and better experiences for cyclists. Each year more than 300,000 people, children and adults alike, More

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Estonia

Cycling Club Vänta Aga

Lunini 3
EE-2400 Tartu
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  • Website: www.bicycle.ee
  • Phone: +372-5135132
  • Fax: +372-7-422536

Organization The Cycling Club “Vänta Aga” was founded in 1979, when a group of four alumni of the University of Tartu decided to set out on a bike trip to discover more distant lands. Cycling trips have continued each year. All the continents have been visited except for the Antarctic. Short Summary In more recent More

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Europe

AEVV – EGWA, European Greenways Association

Santa Isabel, 44
E 28012 Madrid
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  • Website: www.aevv-egwa.org
  • Phone: +34 91 151 10 98 / 56
  • Fax: +34 91 151 10 68
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T & E, the European Federation for Transport and Environment

Rue d’Edimbourg 26
B-1050 Brussels
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  • Website: www.transportenvironment.org
  • Phone: +32 (0)2 893 0841
  • Fax: +32 (0)2 893 084

T&E is an independent pan-European association with scientific and educational aims, with no party political affiliation and devoid of any profit making motive. Our mission is: “To promote a policy of transport and accessibility, based on the principles of sustainable development, which minimises negative impacts on the environment and health, use of energy and land More

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Finland

Tampere Cyclists - Tampereen Polkupyöräilijät

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  • Website: www.tarakka.fi
  • Phone: +358 44 2795588

Organisation Tampere Cyclists focuses on making Finland’s second largest city area, Tampere, a great place to cycle. Our means are lobbying, organizing events, promoting cycling culture, offering cycling related services and debating in public discussion. We are also active part of cycling advocating in Finland. Purpose The purpose of the association is to support the More

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Network of Finnish Cycling Municipalities

Toinen linja 14
00530 Helsinki
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  • Website: www.poljin.fi
  • Phone: +358 40 419 4555
  • Fax: --

Organization The Network of Finnish Cycling Municipalities started in January 1997. Our members are now 29 towns and municipalities, including almost all of the largest cities in Finland, and 12 other membership organisations like road administration, consulting companies, universities and associations dealing with cycling and it’s circumstances. The network provides a range of co-operation options More

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Helsingin Polkupyöräilijät (HePo) (Helsinki Cyclists)

P.o. Box 81,
FIN-00531 HELSINKI
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  • Website: www.hepo.fi
  • Phone: +358 9 550 569
  • Fax: +358 9 550 569

HePo is a traffic policy organization and its purpose is to promote cycling in Finland and make it safer and more convenient. HePo also organizes cycle tours: day trips around Helsinki area, but also longer tours in Funland and abroad. HePo publishes a member’s magazine called Polkija. More

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France

FUB, Fédération Française des Usagers de la Bicyclette

12 rue des Bouchers
67000 Strasbourg
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  • Website: www.fubicy.org
  • Phone: +33 3 88 75 71 90
  • Fax: +33 3 88 36 84 65

Organization Management Comitee : 18 volunteers from all over the country, elected every year by delegates of the local groups. Staff in Strasbourg : 4 persons. All regional and local actions are managed independently by the local associations. Short Summary FUB is an « urban » cyclists federation, it helps its local groups to promote More

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AF3V Association Française des Véloroutes et Voies Vertes

30 avenue Eugène Gazeau
60 300 SENLIS
France
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  • Website: www.af3v.org
  • Phone: --
  • Fax: --

AF3V is an association that promotes the development of waymarked cycle routes and greenways in France. More

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Départements et Régions Cyclables

29/31 cours de la Liberté
69483 Lyon Cedex 03
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  • Website: www.departements-cyclables.org
  • Phone: +33 4 72 61 36 26
  • Fax: +33 4 72 61 79 77

Outside cities the cycling facilities and the cycling system is in the hands of the local regional authorities: the Départements and the Regions. The “Départements Cyclables” Association was created in 1999 by 11 French départements. The network now gathers 68 French local authorities around one shared objective: developping a cycling system, cycling facilities and a cycling culture within French local authorities. More

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Georgia

Land Transport Agency

Dolidze str. #2, 6th floor.
Geo; 0171.
Tbilisi, Georgia.
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  • Website: lta.gov.ge
  • Phone: +995 32 236 55 01
  • Fax: +995 32 251 06 64

LEPL of Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia “Land Transport Agency”. More

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Germany

HPV Deutschland

Industriestr. 133 a c/o Heike Bunte
D-21107
Hamburg
Germany
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  • Website: www.hpv.org
  • Phone: +49 40 41 35 55 43
  • Fax: --

Support and promotion of human powered vehicles (recumbents, human powered boats, human powered aircrafts). More

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Allgemeiner Deutscher Fahrrad- Club (ADFC) e.V. (General German Cyclists’ Club)

National Headquarters
Friedrichstraße 200
D – 10117 Berlin
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  • Website: www.adfc.de
  • Phone: +49-421-346 29 0
  • Fax: +49-421-346 29 50

Organization Single and family membership. Groups, offices and info-shops on local, regional and national level. Expert committees for Cycle Traffic, Public Traffic, Tourism, Technics. Member magazine “Radwelt” is published 6 times a year (Circulation ca. 82.000). Short Summary We are a traffic club We offer overall service for our members We are a consumer’s rights More

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Greece

Cities For Cycling (Πόλεις για το Ποδήλατο)

59 Galatsiou Av. 111 41 Athens Greece


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  • Website: www.mbike.gr
  • Phone: +30 210 2016500
  • Fax: +30 210 2116229

Cities for cycling, was founded in the beginning of 2013 by a group of people who have invested their lives in the development of cycling even when cycling had almost vanished as an activity in Greece. However, recently and because of the difficult times Greek people envisage during the last years, the trend has changed More

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Ecological Movement of Thessaloniki

Filippou 51, GR 546 31, Thessaloniki
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  • Website: ecology-salonika.org
  • Phone: +30 2310 222503
  • Fax: +30 2310 269780

The Ecological Movement of Thessaloniki aims to prevent ecological destruction in Thessaloniki, Greece and the whole planet, to act in a common way in order to protect the natural and cultural environment / to promote social solidarity / to defend peace and to resolve our differences on a personal, national and international level via the More

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Cycling Club Orthopetalia

96 Nat.Paleocastritsas road,
Corfu, Greece 49100
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  • Website: www.facebook.com/orthopetalia.kerkyras
  • Phone: +30 26610 36614
  • Fax: --

The Club’s aim is to promote cycling as sustainable means of transportation, to promote the idea of bicycle routes wherever possible in the island of Corfu, to promote cyclists rights, and since our city Corfu is part of the Unesco Historical Monument Catalogue we will try to promote the use of cargo bike for some More

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Hungary

Cycling Hungary Alliance (KMSZ)

Szabó József utca 3.
H-1146
Budapest
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  • Website: www.kmsz.hu
  • Phone: +36-30-291-9975
  • Fax: +36-1-473-4110

Organization Cycling Hungary Alliance (KMSZ) is an umbrella organization for NGOs supporting cyclists. Members are active in the fields of bicycle advocacy, environmental issues, bicycle tourism, -sports and energy efficiency. At the moment there are 11 member organizations, but all NGOs are invited. The office of KMSZ is located in the historical Millenáris Velodrom, which More

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Magyar Kerékpárosklub (Hungarian Cyclists’ Club)

Kis Rókus utca 2.
H-1024 Budapest
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  • Website: www.kerekparosklub.org
  • Phone: +36-1-315-0590
  • Fax: +36-1-349-5874

Organization As the affiliated organization of ECF (established in 2002), MK is the most significant civil organization in the Hungarian cycling society. Five employees at the office in Budapest coordinate its work. The number of members is continuously increasing, the Club has built up a network of local activist bodies all around the country, and More

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Iceland

Landssamtök hjólreiðamanna, (LHM- Icelandic Cyclists’ Federation)

Engjavegur 6
IS-104 Reykjavik
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  • Website: www.lhm.is
  • Phone: +354 6904801
  • Fax: --

Organization The Icelandic Cyclists’ Federation was established as an umbrella organisation for touring, commuting and sports cyclists in 1995, in cooperation with a national body for non-competitive sports (Íþróttir fyrir alla), under the Icelandic Sports Association. The official name is Landssamtök hjólreiðamanna (in Icelandic), abbreviated LHM. Board members of the clubs under the umbrella have More

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India

Hyderabad Bicycling Club (HBC)

Organisation HBC is incorporated as a Not for Profit Company. HBC has about 4900 members and there are no membership fees. HBC is aggressively promoting cycling to ensure physical well being of citizens and promoting eco friendly environment. HBC tied up with various Government Agencies, Hyderabad Metro Rail and the Traffic Police to promote “Cycle to More

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Ireland

Cyclist.ie

C/O Dublin Cycling Campaign
PO Box 10295
Dublin 3
Ireland
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  • Website: www.cyclist.ie
  • Phone: +353-1-269 4210
  • Fax: --

Cyclist.ie is the umbrella organisation of the affiliated Irish regional cycling groups. Currently these are: Cork, Dublin, Galway, Limerick, Maynooth, Skerries, Mayo, Tralee, Wexford and Waterford. Northern Ireland is represented by CTC/NI Cycling Initiative. Cyclist.ie seeks a dramatic improvement in road safety and traffic conditions for all cyclists. Cyclist.ie views the realisation of these aims More

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Israel

Yisrael Bishvil Ofanayim (Israel Bicycle Association)

85 Nahalat Binyamin Street
66102, Tel Aviv
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  • Website: www.bike.org.il
  • Phone: +972-3-6429815
  • Fax: +972-3-5669972

Short Summary Israel Bicycle Association (IBA, Yisrael Bishvil Ofanayim) is a non-governmental-organization which promotes Bicycle as a major means of transportation within towns and cities in Israel. Israel Bicycle Association (IBA), has been advocating since 1994 the transformation of urban cycling from a mere dream to a legitimate mode of transport in cities in Israel. More

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Italy

FIAB, Federazione Italiana Amici della Bicicletta (Federation of Friends of the Bicycle in Italy)

Via Borsieri, 4/E
I-20159 Milano
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  • Website: www.fiab-onlus.it
  • Phone: +39 02 60 73 7994
  • Fax: +39 02 92 85 3063

Organization The Italian Federation of Friends of the Bicycle is a non-profit organization. It’s recognized by the Ministry for Environment as a national association for the protection of the environment and by the Ministry for Infrastructure as an expert association in road safety. Fiab has a central office in Milan and a general secretary in More

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Latvia

Latvijas Velocelojumu Informacijas Centre (Latvian Bicycle Information Centre)

Jekabpils str 19a
1003 Riga
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  • Website: www.bicycle.lv
  • Phone: +371-7507042
  • Fax: +371-7205355

Organization “Latvijas Velocelojumu informacijas centrs” (VIC) was founded as cycling information centre, who at the same time organizes tours for cyclists in all the Europe. Now VIC is the main leading cyclists NGO in Latvia who participates in decision making proceses in stete level on cycling issues. Short Summary As the main task for VIC More

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Lithuania

Lithuanian Cyclists’ Community

Spynu g. 18
Kaunas LT-45194
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  • Website: www.bicycle.lt
  • Phone: +370-699-33661
  • Fax: +370-37-425207

Organization Single membership. An Annual Meeting is the highest decision making body, which approves LCC strategies and elects a Chairman with a Council, consisting from 5 members – mainly leaders of local cyclists‘ clubs in different regions of Lithuania. They are responsible for implementing LCC strategies, coordinating activities and projects in their areas. Information exchange More

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Luxembourg

Cycle Luxembourg

2 rue Belair, L-8012, Strassen, Luxembourg
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  • Website: www.cycleluxembourg.lu

Organisation Cycle Luxembourg aims to encourage everyday urban cycling in Luxembourg. We facilitate the (re)discovery of the joy and benefits of cycling as a mode of transportation by offering advice, training and community events. Purpose To promote and legitimise everyday cycling by all citizens by providing resources and advice and organising cycling-related events, as well More

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LVI, Lëtzebuerger Vëlos-Initiativ (Bicycle Initiative of Luxembourg)

6, rue Vauban
L-2663 Luxembourg
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  • Website: www.lvi.lu
  • Phone: +352 4390 3029
  • Fax: +352 2040 3029

Organization A Board is elected in January for one year by the General Assembly. The board elects its president, vice-president, secretary and cashier. The board decides on all matters during the year and reports to the General Assembly. The Organization has individual and Family Members and a membership with a reduced fee for Students and More

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Norway

SLF, Syklistenes Landsforening (Norwegian Cyclists’ Association)

Postboks 8883
Youngstorget
N-0028 Oslo
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  • Website: www.syklistene.no
  • Phone: +47-22 47 30 30
  • Fax: +47-22 47 30 31

Organization Individual members. Some local groups in the largest cities. Most of the work is done at national level. At the head office in Oslo there are 8 employees. Our magazine «På sykkel» has five issues yearly, and each issue is printed in 16.000 copies. At the head office we have a shop where we More

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Poland

Miasta Dla Rowerów (Cities for Bicycles)

ul. Białoskórnicza 26
50-134 Wrocław
Poland
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  • Website: www.miastadlarowerow.pl
  • Phone: +48713430849
  • Fax: +48713430849

Miasta Dla Rowerów (Cities For Bicycles) was established in 1995 as an informal platform for cooperation between local cycling groups in Poland. Until 2011 it worked informally and as a project of Polish Ecological Club – (Friends of The Earth Poland). As of end of 2011 it is a registered association. We are currently still in More

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Pomeranian Association Common Europe (PSWE)

ul.Wałowa 26/4
80-858
Gdańsk
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  • Website: www.pswe.org
  • Phone: +48 58 303 01 00
  • Fax: +48 58 303 01 00

Organization Pomorskie Stowarzyszenie “Wspólna Europa” (PSWE) PSWE is a grass root, project and process oriented, non-governmental organisation with the main aim of assisting local and regional government in the process of development of Pomerania, the most popular tourist regions in Poland. The PSWE has been registered in 2005 as an NGO in the 12th Department More

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Polish Environmental Partnership Foundation

ul. Św. Krzyża 5/6
31-028
Kraków
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  • Website: www.epce.org.pl
  • Phone: +48-12-430-24-43, 430-24-65
  • Fax: +48-12-430-24-43, 430-24-65

Greenways are main leading PEPF program focussed on development of ecotourism and sustainable mobility. The Polish Greenways programme has promoted the development of environmentally-friendly tourism and recreation , healthy and active life-styles and community-based economic development since 2001, seeking at the same time to conserve natural, cultural and landscape values. More

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Portugal

MUBi – Associação pela Mobilidade Urbana em Bicicleta (MUBi – Association for the Urban Mobility on Bicycle)

R. do Terreirinho, 68 1°
PT 1100-599 LISBOA
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  • Website: mubi.pt/en
  • Phone: +351 913 475 864
  • Fax: --

Short Summary MUBi is a portuguese grassroots organization of transportational cyclists that works to improve the local conditions for the use of bicycles as a means of transport, and to defend the rights of those who do it. We are interested and open to cooperation with international organizations who share the same values and goals. More

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FPCUB, Federação Portuguesa Cicloturismo e Utilizadores de Bicicleta (Portugese Federation of Bicycle Tourism and Bicycle Users)

Apartado 4031
1501-001 Lisboa
Secretary address: Rua Bernardo Lima nº 35, 2ºB, 1150-075 Lisboa-Portugal
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  • Website: www.fpcub.pt
  • Phone: +351-213-15-9648
  • Fax: +351-213-56-1253

Organization The Portuguese Federation of Cycletourism and Bicycle Users (FPCUB) aims at the protection of the environment by promoting the bicycle as a sustainable way of mobility (as well as protecting the security of its users), and by developing the practice of ecological cycling for leisure, fitness and tourism, representing it in Portugal and internationally. More

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Romania

Green Revolution Association

Address: Bucharest, Romania
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  • Website: www.greenrevolution.ro

Organisation Green Revolution Association was founded in 2009 and it is the first nongovernmental organization of urban ecology from Romania that applies measures for building a greener city. Green Revolution has set high standards in making long term changes: – The first dimension of the association’s is an active one that puts its stamp on More

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Federatia Biciclistilor Din Romania (Romanian Cyclists´ Federation)

str. Sperantei nr.5
ap.11
020991 Bucharest
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  • Website: www.biciclisti.ro
  • Phone: +4021-3159811 +40722-736694 +40744-576836
  • Fax: --

Organization The Romanian Cyclists´ Federation (FBR) consists of local bicycle organisations from different cities in Romania. FBR is led by the General Assembly (AG – the supreme decision body, consisting of 1 delegate for each member organisation, meeting at least once every year), and a Management Committee (CD – president and 4 vice-presidents, each representing More

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Russia

State Unitary Enterprise of Moscow “Scientific-Research and Design Institute of Moscow Urban Transport”

3, Potapovsky pereulok, 101000
Moscow, Russia

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  • Website: www.mgtniip.ru
  • Phone: +7 916 402 9152

Organisation “MosgortransNIIproject” is an integrated Scientific-Research and Design Institute that provides solution to the problems of improving the maintenance and development of urban transport in modern metropolis. Structure SUE “MosgortransNIIproject founded in 1948. Over the past 65 years all actual surface urban passenger transport facilities of Moscow were built or re-built upon the projects of More

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Bicycle Transportation Union

Shosseynaya street 40-233
109388 Moscow
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  • Website: www.velotransunion.ru
  • Phone: --
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Organization The primary goal of the Bicycle Transportation Union is increasing the share of cyclists and the number of bicycle trips in Russia and continuously improving the safety for cyclists. There are many problems that need to be solved, so Russia’s cycling potential is not fully exploited. We have to focus not only on development More

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Russian Cycle Touring Club

Shosseynaya str. 40-233
109388 Moscow
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  • Website: www.rctc.ru
  • Phone: +7-495-353-5595
  • Fax: -

RCTC is a tourist club, which unites cyclists with different interests: road, family, weekend, adventure cycling and so on. We promote cycle touring in Russia among cyclists of the world. More

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Serbia

Novi Sad Cycling Initiative (Novosadska biciklistička inicijativa – NSBI)

Kosancic Ivana 7, Novi Sad
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  • Website: www.nsbi.org.rs
  • Phone: +381 (0)66 209 417 or +381 (0)64 426 68 39

Organisation Novi Sad Cycling Initiative focuses on city cycling and public advocacy. NSBI has implemented numerous local actions and projects related to cycling and spread know-how to the cycling activists in Serbia. We have built large experience in independently organising massive cycling and festival-like events (“Towards a Humane city 2013“, monthly Critical Mass logistics etc.). In More

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Ciklo Svet Srbija (Cycling-World Serbia)

Udruženje biciklista
Ciklo Svet Srbija
Vladimira Rolovića 199
11000 Beograd
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  • Website: http://www.ciklosvet.co.rs/
  • Phone: +355-1032639-03

Our goals are the promotion of sports and recreational tourism development and popularization of ecological cycling. Activities Cycling-world Serbia actively participate in all promotions of cycling. Memorial Svetomir maintain Djukic. Ten years of experience, we started transfer of the relics of General and founder of the Olympic Movement in Serbia, to 2012th At the start of More

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Yugo Cycling Campaign

Kneginje Ljubice 12
11000 Belgrade
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  • Website: www.bicikl.info
  • Phone: + 381 11 3225 949
  • Fax: + 381 11 3220 871
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Slovakia

Ekopolis Foundation

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  • Website: www.ekopolis.sk
  • Phone: +421 905 240137

Short Summary The Ekopolis Foundation (Nadácia Ekopolis, known also as the Slovak Environmental Partnership) is the non-profit non-governmental organisation which supports active people and communities in their effort to pursuit of sustainable development, including cycling and non-motorized transportation. The foundation was established in 1991. Example activities We are providing support to local communities, organisations and More

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Slovenský Cykloklub (Cyclists’ Club of Slovakia)

Námestie Slobody 6
SK - 921 01 Piestany
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  • Website: www.cykloklub.sk
  • Phone: +421-033-7740548
  • Fax: +421-033-7740548

Organization Slovenský cykloklub is a civil association, which operates on the whole territory of the Slovak republic. It has been registered with the Interior Department of the Slovak Republic in 1994. In 1997 it has become a corporate member of ECF on the ECF Meeting in Maribor (Slovenia). It has got, as the only one More

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Slovenia

Slovenska Kolesarska Mreza (Slovenian Cyclists’ Network)

Valvasorjeva ulica 42,
2000 Maribor / Slovenija
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  • Website: www.kolesarji.org
  • Phone: +386 41 787 156
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Organization Roof of two oganizations: MKM (Mariborska kolesarska mreza) (about 60 members) LKM (Ljubljanska kolesarska mreza) (about 100 members). The Slovenian cycling federation is a voluntairy an non-profit association of organizations, who joined in faith of encouraging cycling in Slovenia, to influence a permanent developement of pedestrian, cyclist and public transport friendly traffic, to coordinate More

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Spain

Biciutat de Mallorca (Cyclist City of Mallorca)

Carrer ca’n Oliva, 10, 3 , 1
34 07003
Palma de Mallorca/Spain
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  • Website: http://massacriticamallorca.wordpress.com/
  • Phone: 0034652437617
  • Fax: 0034911410199

We are a new created association which aim is promoting cycling in Majorca, specially in Palma. We think that our climate and geography should make our one of the most cycled towns in Europe. Unfortunately the local administration does not help our purpose. They are still promoting policies in favor of cars and we would More

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A Contramano: Asamblea de Ciclistas de Sevilla (A Contramano: Cyclist Association of Sevilla)

Animas 4, 1º Derecha
41011 Sevilla
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  • Website: www.acontramano.org
  • Phone: 34 61050410; 665534446
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The purpose of the organization is: “To support and defend users of bikes as a mean of transportation, as well as pedestrians and users of public transportation and, in general, to all those people which use non polluting means of transportation.” More

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Sweden

Cykelfrämjandet, The Cycling Promotion in Sweden

Box 47
S-25053 Helsingborg
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  • Website: www.svenskcykling.se
  • Phone: +46 8 545 910 30
  • Fax: +46 8 545 910 39

Organization Our main objective is to promote cycling and make Sweden into a true cycling nation. We work both at the local and national level promoting a better environment, health and traffic safety. The association facilitates cycle tourism and organises international cycling holidays abroad, a national cycle tourism week and hundreds of local cycle excursions. More

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Switzerland

Future Bike CH

c/o Jürg Zryd (President)
Ankegässli 8
CH-8956
Killwangen
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  • Website: www.futurebike.ch
  • Phone: +41 56 402 10 80
  • Fax: --

Promotion of environmentally friendly technologies to move from A to B with an emphasis on human-powered zero-emission light-weight vehicles. More

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Pro Velo Schweiz Suisse Svizzera

Postfach 6711
CH-3001 Bern
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  • Website: www.pro-velo.ch
  • Phone: +41-31 318 54 11
  • Fax: +41-31 312 24 02

Organization Pro Velo Schweiz Suisse Svizzera includes 36 regional and local associations (Cantons, Regions or Municipality). Pro Velo Schweiz Suisse Svizzera is responsible for lobbying and defending projects, causes and rights for cyclists on the national scale. Membership organs are the magazines “velojournal” (German) and “PRO VELO info” (French). Headquarters are located in Berne. Regional More

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Verkehrs-Club der Schweiz (Association Transports et Environment)

Aabergergasse 61
Postfach 8676
CH-3001 Bern 2
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  • Website: www.verkehrsclub.ch
  • Phone: +41-31 328 82 36
  • Fax: +41-31 328 82 05
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Taiwan

Formosa Lohas Cycling Association (台灣樂活自行車協會)

1F, No. 3, Lane 80, GuangFu N. Rd. Taipei, Taiwan (Zip code: 105)
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  • Website: www.flca.tw
  • Phone: +886(0)-2-25707865

Organisation Our organization is to provide opportunities, promotion and education for all levels of cycling. We encourage and support the leisure cycling activities, and the healthier lifestyle, means of transportation and as a participatory and spectator sport. Also, we provide a social group in which individuals interested in all aspects of bicycling may participate. Meanwhile, More

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Thailand

Thailand Cycling Club

15 Soi Pradipat 17, Pradipat Road, Samsennai, Phyathai
10160
Bangkok, Thailand
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  • Website: www.thaicyclingclub.org
  • Phone: 0066-2-618-4434
  • Fax: 0066-2-618-4430

TCC is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation with currently a committee of 11 members (15 maximum) who meet bimonthly and 3 full-time staff.(Although TCC is not registered with the government, its formation is recognized as a liberty under paragraph one in Section 64 of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand B.E. 2550 [2007]) With a More

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The Netherlands

Stichting Europafietsers (Foundation Europe Cyclists)

Stichting Europafietsers
Postbus 13002, 3507
LA Utrecht
Netherlands
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  • Website: www.europafietsers.nl/
  • Phone: 0031793212164

Europafietsers (EF) is an organisation of donors and volunteers. A number of 200 volunteers spend their time with informing and stimulating people to spend their holidays cycling through all parts of Europe. EF has developed about 20 long distance cycleroutes through France, Germany, Belgium, Denmark and other countries. These routes are sold as booklets in More

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NVHPV Nederlandse Vereniging voor Human Powered Vehicles (NVHPV Dutch Organisation for Human Powered Vehicles)

Westerscheldestraat 19
4371PP Koudekerke
Netherlands
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  • Website: http://www.ligfiets.net/
  • Phone: 0031 118 640 137

The purpose of NVHPV is promoting and stimulating the development, research and usage of all forms of human powered transport (over land and sea and also in the air) .The NVHPV does organize meetings and events to promote Human powered transport and publishing a magazine NVHPV is promoting Human powered Transport (recumbents etc) as a More

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Fietsersbond (Dutch Cyclists’ Association)

Postbus 2828
3500 GV Utrecht
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  • Website: www.fietsersbond.nl
  • Phone: +31 30 291 81 71
  • Fax: +31 30 291 81 88

Organization Independent NGO, headquartered in Utrecht. 1500 volunteers, organized in 150 local branches. Short Summary The Fietsersbond is the Dutch Cyclists’ Union that campaigns for better cycling conditions in the Netherlands. With 150 local branches, 1500 volunteers and over 35 people employed at head office our goals are: well maintained, smooth and direct cycling routes, More

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Stichting Landelijk Fietsplatform (Dutch National Cycling Platform)

Berkenweg 30
Postbus 846
3800 AV Amersfoort
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  • Website: www.fietsplatform.nl
  • Phone: + 3133 465 3656
  • Fax: + 31 33 465 4377

Organization In the Netherlands there are a lot of organizations (more or less) involved with recreational cycling/ cycle tourism. Because of that, there is always need of co-operation and co-ordination. Therefore Fietsplatform was founded in 1987 as an umbrella-organisation (public-private partnership, foundation). It is a small organization (9 employees, 150 volunteers). Members are the Dutch More

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Turkey

İzmir Bisiklet Derneği (Izmir Bicycle Association)

Mustafa Kemal Bulvarı NO:277/A
Küçükyalı, İzmir
Turkey
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  • Website: www.izmirbisiklet.org
  • Phone: +902324834046
  • Fax: +902324834046

The Izmir Bicycle Association  was founded in 2007 for educational and charitable purposes and is a non profit, non governmental organization . We aim to inspire and support people and communities to enjoy greater freedom and well-being through cycling. We envision a state where people of all ages see cycling as an enjoyable, practical and safe More

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Enverçevko (Energy Efficiency and Environment Protection Association Enverçevko)

Emek Cad Bulvar Sok. Seza Apt. no: 5A
48000
Mugla
Turkey
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  • Website: www.envercevko.org
  • Phone: +90252 214 15 55
  • Fax: --

The Energy Efficiency and Environment Protection Association Enverçevko. The purpose of the organization is to raise awareness about energy management, to promote using bcycle for intercultural dialogue, sustainable and alternative tourism, to be an active part of the European cycling movement, to contribute to better situation for cyclists, and to organize activities to reduce CO2 More

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Bisiklet Derneği (Bicycle Federation of Turkey)

Cankurtaran Mah. Keresteci Hakki Sok. No. 50
TR - 34122 Eminonu
Istanbul
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  • Website: www.bisikletliler.org
  • Phone: +90-530-4016969
  • Fax: +90 212 - 5185402

Example activities 1 day trips Technical tour Tourist tours Historical tours Tours with regard to special days and weeks e.g Mothers day,Ecological week Visit to orphanage and giving bikes for present to them Bike road building activities Bike parking building activities Education activities Association with other civil society organizations Preperations and data collections for draft More

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Ukraine

Асоціація велосипедистів Києва (Kyiv Cyclists’ Association)

Illinska 12, office 313
04070, Kyiv, Ukraine
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  • Website: www.avk.org.ua
  • Phone: +380976991038

Short Summary Kyiv Cyclists’ Association (Asotsiatsia velosypedystiv Kiyeva – “AVK”) was officially established in 2008 though it started to work as a voluntary group since 2005. The main purpose of the association is to promote bicycle usage in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, and to create conditions for improving transportation and environmental problems in the More

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United Kingdom

CTC: The National Cyclists’ Organisation

Parklands, Railton Road
Guildford, Surrey, GU2 9JX
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  • Website: www.ctc.org.uk
  • Phone: +44 1483 238300
  • Fax: +44 1483 426994

Organization As the UK’s National Cyclists’ Organisation, CTC has been protecting and promoting the rights of cyclists since 1887. CTC is a not-for-profit organisation that is funded through its membership and donations in return for support. Members of CTC support UK cycling and give CTC a louder voice when campaigning locally and nationally on the More

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Cyclenation

2 Newhams Row
London, SE1 3UZ
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  • Website: www.cyclenation.org.uk
  • Phone: --
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Organization CYCLENATION is a national federation of cycle campaign groups, representing cyclists locally and nationally. It is incorporated as a Company Limited by Guarantee and run entirely by volunteers. Short Summary CYCLENATION acts as an information exchange between its member groups and undertakes some representation of their interests at a national level. CYCLENATION acts as More

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Sustrans

National Cycle Network Centre
2 Cathedral Square, College Green
Bristol BS1 5DD
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  • Website: www.sustrans.org.uk
  • Phone: +44 117 926 8893
  • Fax: +44 117 929 4173

Organization Sustrans is a sustainable transport NGO which works in all parts of the UK. We have offices in Edinburgh, Belfast, Cardiff and London as well as regional offices throughout England. Our head office is in Bristol, south-west England. Short Summary Sustrans is the UK’s leading sustainable transport charity. Our vision is a world in More

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USA

One Street

P.O. Box 3309
Prescott, Arizona
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  • Website: www.onestreet.org
  • Phone: +00+1-928-541-9841
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One Street is an international non-profit organization based in Prescott, Arizona, USA with a mission of serving leaders of organizations working to increase bicycling, including pedestrian, transit and social equity needs. More

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