This event in York will focus on addressing the perceived barriers and obstacles to cycling in Britain: featuring presentations, roundtable workshops and discussion about the current projects, campaigns and research.
Those in involved in the promotion, design and delivery of UK cycling infrastructure are encouraged to attend and help make our routes appeal universally.
Who should attend:
- Transport Planners
- Transport Engineers
- Cycle Campaigners
- Bicycle Retailers
- Workplace Facility Managers
- Travel Planners
- Bicycle Wholesalers
- School teachers
- Cycle trainers
Confirmed Speakers include:
Kersten England, Chief Executive, York City Council
Carlton Reid, author of “Roads were not built for cars”
Rachel Aldred, Senior Lecturer, Westminster University
Isla Roundtree, Founder, Isla Bikes
Chris Garrisson, UK Media Relations, Trek Bikes
…and many more
Learn about the current initiatives that are working to give cycling facilities universal appeal. The latest research on the impact of issues such as bike maintenance, safety, cycle training, confidence, community, culture.
Meet practitioners from around the UK that are working in the field.
The objective for this event is to develop a network of women working across all areas of cycling.
First Private Sector Delegate
£195 + VAT
First Public Sector Delegate
£145 + VAT
£95 + VAT
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