The UCI Mobility and Bike City Forum annually brings together cycling leaders, advocates, mobility experts, National Federations, industry representatives and policy makers to exchange on the future of active mobility.
THE UCI MOBILITY & BIKE CITY FORUM RETURNS IN 2021!
The 2021 UCI Mobility & Bike City Forum will be hosted with Destination Fyn at the ODEON in Odense (Denmark) on 26-27 October 2021.
• Tuesday 26 October: Conference day focused on the following themes:
- Sport, tourism and socio-economic impact
- Infrastructures and urban planning
- Sustainability and climate change
- Tools for safe and inclusive cycling promotion
• Wednesday 27 October: Bike tours of local infrastructures and cycling initiatives in UCI Bike Region Fyn.
Registration page: To be launched by the end of July 2021.
The complete agenda will be published shortly. While registration is free of charge, participants must organise and pay for their own travel and accommodation. Special room rates are available for all participants at the Comwell H.C. Andersen Hotel.
For more information regarding Odense, the event venue, accommodation, transport and overall logistics, please consult the following document.
For any questions regarding the Forum, please contact [email protected].
The 2019 UCI Mobility and Bike City Forum was hosted at Paris City Hall in November 2019. Key messages shared by speakers included the importance of partnerships and cross-sector collaboration, the enabling power of data, and regulation within innovation. Measures taken by the city of Paris to transform the city’s infrastructure and culture with regard to active mobility were presented by city officials and partner organisations. Members of the UCI Bike City network had the opportunity to observe these measures during a bike tour of cycling infrastructure on day 2 of the Forum.
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The first edition was hosted in November 2018 at the Pirelli Headquarters in Milan, Italy. The event saw sessions organised on key topics including bike infrastructures, best practices from Denmark and The Netherlands, the link with health and physical activity, and sustainable development on day 1. Participants attended practical workshops, networking sessions and a bike tour of Milan on Day 2.
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