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Below is a collection of articles written during Velo-city. Enjoy!
Bicycle advocates need to focus their efforts on city design as much as on cycling itself. ECF spoke to Urbanist Brent Toderian during Velo-city 2012. Brent Toderian made a rather bold statement at Velo-city, but it’s one that has resonated with me for weeks to come. Speaking to a room packed full of bicycle advocates, he More
Last week, more than 800 cycling-minded participants landed in Vancouver, British Columbia to exchange ideas, resources, and strategies at the Velo-city conference. Couldn’t make it, but want to know what took place during this unique event? Read on for some key highlights and memorable moments from Velo-city Vancouver. Over past little while, cycling – More
“Children and cycling have more in common than one might initially think” says Mark Mauchline. Read on to discover what kids, bikes, and Vancouver have in common, in Mauchline’s highlights on Velo-city’s last day in Canada. The Charter of Vancouver with signatories Manfred Neun, President ECF, and Tony Tang, Deputy Mayor, City of Vancouver. More
Did you miss day 3 of the conference? No worries, Vancouverite Mark Mauchline fills us in with the highlights. One of the hot topics at this year’s Velo-city Global is Combined Mobility. Anywhere on the planet where transit is provided, there exists the need to address the additional methods necessary for getting people to, and from More
Randy Neufeld, Director of SRAM cycling fund received the prestigious “Cycling Leadership Award” from the Danish Cycling Embassy. He was awarded for his outstanding work in cycling advocacy. Announcing the award at the Velo-city conference in Vancouver, the Embassy said: “This year the award goes to a man who has a hands on approach to More
Cycling Tourism is a hot topic this year at Velo-city, and Europe could learn a few things from North America. Adam Bodor reports from Vancouver after speaking. My first bicycle was given to me at time when there was an’ iron curtain’ dividing Europe. I was a 7 year-old growing up in communist Hungary and More
Why is it that the transport sector is failing miserably when it comes to cutting emissions? ECF policy officer, Benoit Blondel reports live from Velo-city in Vancouver. I’ve just given a presentation at Velo-city in Vancouver, and I really hope that North America was listening closely. As last week’s RIO +20 fell flat on its More
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