CycleLogistics project gets attention by the international media. Read here an article by CNN on the benefits of using bikes to transfer goods!
CYCLELOGISTICS involves getting unneeded motor vehicles off the roads by using more cycles for goods transport in urban centres. In Private Logistics, individuals are informed how to use bikes for shopping or moving goods instead of using a car. Shops promote cycling too. Businesses, including tradesmen, window-washers, plumbers, etc are motivated to use bikes following examples from other countries. The Goods Delivery sector is pressed to increase deliveries by cycle.
Towns & cities are learning how to replace unneeded motor vehicles using cycles & cargo cycles to provide Municipal Services like street cleaning, parks maintenance, etc, and have policies limiting motor vehicle access in city zones, favoring cycle deliveries.
CYCLELOGISTICS will inform potential consumers, (private, business, governments) across Europe of test results on cargo bikes, cycle trailers, bags and baskets to encourage purchase.
CYCLELOGISTICS is an EU Intelligent Energy – Europe Programme project with 9 European partners including 3 cities.
Bike to Shop survey & prize draw
The prize draw is now closed! Thank you to everyone who participated. And congratulations to our five winners!
|Eloïse Dhuy from Belgium|
|Maarten Denys from Belgium|
|Mattheuw Jones from England|
|Jim Laycock from England|
|Seppo Koivisto from Finland|
The competition is now closed but you can still access and participate in the survey. Just click the ‘Participate’ link below.
The report, elaborated by the Danish Cyclists’ Federation on behalf of Cyclelogistics and ECF, presented reviews on a wide variety of products designed to help you choose the best option for cycling with your shopping, your work documents, your travel gear, and more… You can find the report at the bottom of this page.
This survey is about asking you to tell us about the report – have you read it or not? What did you think of it?
Click here to fill out the short survey. Share it with your colleagues, friends, and family!
I understand what this survey is about: Participate!
The draw will use a random number generator at http://www.random.org/ to pick out five winners out of all the eligible participants. The conditions are 1) no more than one entry per person 2) participants provide a valid email address and 3) participants are EU residents.
Bike to Shop – Prize Draw Official Rules
Official Prize Draws Terms & Conditions
The following promotion is organized in the framework of the CycleLogistics project and coordinated by the European Cyclists’ Federation ECF asbl (Rue Franklin 28, 1000 Brussels).
Running from May 2014 and spanning 11 countries, the EU-funded project CycleLogistics aimed to reduce energy used in urban freight transport by replacing unnecessary motorised vehicles with bikes and cargo bikes for intra-urban delivery and goods transport in Europe.
1. ENTRIES AND ELIGIBILITY
Prize draws are open to all participants who complete the CycleLogistics Bike To Shop survey and who:
- are at least 18 years old;
- reside in the EU;
- complete the survey before Sunday, 22 June at midnight CET. EXTRA TIME – UNTIL TUESDAY 24 JUNE AT 23:59.
- provide their full name & email address upon completion of the survey.
Entry to the prize draw is restricted to one per person.
Employees of the European Cyclists’ Federation, the CycleLogistics consortium, ECF member organisations, our sponsors Maison du Velo & Ecopostale as well as their immediate family members and/or persons living in the same household of each, are not eligible.
The draw will take place on Monday, 23 June 2014.
The prizes to be awarded are:
1st, 2nd, & 3rd prize ANDERSEN ROYAL SHOPPER with bag Sinus, Giga or Lola, with kit extension and Big Easy attachment.
4th & 5th prize ANDERSEN ROYAL SHOPPER with bag Sinus, Giga or Lola
4. NOTIFICATION OF WINNERS
Winners will be notified by e-mail within 2 business days of the prize draw.
Results will also be published on the CycleLogistics page of the ECF website and on the CycleLogistics Facebook page.
Prizes not claimed within 30 days will be re-drawn.
Details about the re-draw will be published on on the CycleLogistics page of the ECF website and on the CycleLogistics Facebook page.
No communication or correspondence about the results will be exchanged with participants, other than prizewinners.
5. RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
CycleLogistics and the European Cyclists’ Federation are not liable for lost, late, misdirected, illegible, incorrect or inaccurate entries or entry information, whether caused by web site visitors or by any of the equipment or programming associated with or utilized. CycleLogistics and the European Cyclists’ Federation reserve the right, in their sole discretion, to cancel or suspend this prize draw should a computer virus, bug or other causes beyond its control corrupt or impair the administration, security or proper operation of the programme. Any attempt by an individual to deliberately damage any web site or undermine the legitimate operation of the game is a violation of criminal and civil laws. Should such an attempt be made, the European Cyclists’ Federation and CycleLogistics reserve the right to seek damages from any such contestant to the fullest extent permitted by law.
These Rules constitute the entire agreement between the programme participant and CycleLogistics / the European Cyclists’ Federation regarding the Bike to Shop programme.
Co-initiator with Lead Partner FGM-AMOR; leader of “work-packages” Applications and “Dissemination for EACI/EU Intelligent Energy”.
Dr Randy Rzewnicki firstname.lastname@example.org tel +32-2-880 -9278 or +32-486-481-422
The Cycle Logistics report
The reviews span across five main categories
Click on the following thumbnails to read the detailed reviews: