Moscow International Cycling Congress
April 14-15, 2017
EN
On April 14-15, 2017 the second International Cycling Congress will take place in Moscow. The main goal of the Congress is to create a communication platform for all parties interested in promoting bicycle as a transportation mode and creating comfortable and safe environment for urban cycling as well as developing tools for cooperation between government, business and public enterprises.

Please, subscribe to the event page on Facebook not to miss any updates.
The first Moscow International Cycling Congress took place on April 21-23, 2016.
It brought together more than 300 participants from 37 Russian cities and 15 countries of the world. Some of them share their emotions about the congress in this video.
Speakers
Nikolay Asaul
Russia
Deputy minister of transport of the Russian Federation
Philippe Crist
France
Economist and administrator, International Transport Forum (ITF)
Caron Whitaker
USA
Vice president, League of American Bicyclists

@CaronWhitaker
Robin Maumder
Canada
Community builder and PhD candidate in neuroscience, University of Waterloo

@RobinMazumder
Lars Strömgren
Sweden
President of Cykelfrämjandet (The Swedish Cycling Advocacy Association), vice president of the European Cyclists Federation (ECF)

@LarsStromgren
Torben Heinemann
Germany
Head of department, Office for Traffic Planning and Road Construction
Ayrat Khayrullin
Russia
Mayor of the city of Almetyevsk

@KhayrullinAyrat
Lee Feldman
The Netherlands
NGO Cycle Space
Peatonito
Mexico
Super-hero fighting for the safety and comfort of pedestrians and cyclists

@Peatonito
Alvaro Nicolas Loscos
Spain
Advisor, Department of Mobility, Area of Ecology, Urban Planning and Mobility, Barcelona City Council, Spain

@alvnicolas
Tereza Vogryzkova
Praga, Czech Republic
Co-founder of AutoMat
Viesturs Silenieks
Latvia
Chairman of the board, Latvian Cyclists Union

@Silenieks
Ton Daggers
The Netherlands
Movilization Foundation
Pekka Tahkola
Oulu, Finland
Vice president of Winter Cycling Federation
Niklas Aalto-Setälä
Helsinki, Finland
Cycling coordinator of Helsinki
Program
April 14th and 15th are the main days of the International Cycling Congress. A few additional events will take place on April 13th and 16th. The detailed program.
Friday,
April 14
The Day 1 program will be focused on global trends in transport and urban mobility, reduction of the number of victims in the road accidents and the Vision Zero program, the economic aspects of the bicycle cultural and opportunities for business in contributing to this process. The first day will also be a platform for several round tables where experts will discuss the amendments to the traffic code, cycling routes to connect Moscow and the Moscow region and other topics.
Saturday,
April 15
The Day 2 of the main program will cover such topics as the present and future of the city bicycle-sharing systems, biсycle tourism as a tool for regional development, environment and development of bicycle culture in winter cities. This day the participants can also learn about successful cases of bicycle activism both in Russia and in various cities around the world.
Sunday,
April 16
Workshops and meetings of the leaders of Russian bicycle organizations. If you would like to participate, please, introduce yourself shortly — hero.on.bike@gmail.com
Venue
Congress center Technopolis Moscow is a new place for variety of projects and all kind of events: from large-scale forums & corporate events to small presentations & one-on-one meetings.Congress center is presented in a high-tech design? equipped with innovative instrumentation, that is suitable for any kind of modern event activity.
Organizers
Supported by
Partners
The first Cycling Congress in numbers
3
days
> 300
participants
37
speakers from 15 countries of the world

Cover: James Schwartz