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More cycling “essential” to success of EU Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy

European cycling associations ECF, CONEBI, and CIE have taken part in the public consultation on the roadmap for the European Strategy for Sustainable and Smart Mobility initiative to emphasise the “essential role” cycling must play in achieving its objectives. The strategy is part of the European Green Deal, which aims …

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Cycling “breakthrough” in EU COVID-19 recovery plan

European cycling associations have marked an “important breakthrough” for cycling on the EU agenda as an equal mode of transport with the auto sector and public transport. At a press conference last week, the executive vice president of the Commission Frans Timmermans announced that cycling can be funded as part …

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BikeBiz May/June edition now available

The digital edition of BikeBiz May/June is now available. Inevitably, our latest issue looks at how the industry has adapted to COVID-19 and hears from Raleigh UK, SPOK’D, Yellow Jersey and SwissStop. This month’s sector guides are children’s bikes, cycle computers and indoor trainers and power meters. A tenfold increase …

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Cycling Industries Europe to host virtual summit this month

Cycling Industries Europe (CIE) is hosting its 2020 virtual summit on 28th April. The digital event, taking place from 14:30 to 17:00 CEST, will champion cycling as the way forward for “post-COVID-19 cities”. “During the Coronavirus outbreak, cycling has showed all the resilience that makes it the transport and health …

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‘Transformation of European mobility’ to be the focal point of the 2020 CIE Summit

Cycling Industries Europe’s 2020 Summit, taking place from 28th-29th April, will focus on how cycling industries throughout Europe can transform the continent’s mobility sector and contribute to reaching goals set in the Green Deal. “Cycling has been chosen as one of the megatrends of the 2020s by forward-looking players such …

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