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Velo City Global 2014

Event Date - 27 - 30 May 2014

Event Location - Adelaide

Come and join some of the world’s most influential leaders of cycling cultural transformation at Velo‐city Global 2014 as they discuss what it takes for a city to become truly bike-centric.

From the politics of cycling, to art and creativity in bike infrastructure, e‐mobility, behaviour change, sustainability, the role of infrastructure and stories from ambitious cities and developing countries—this is the most comprehensive coverage of current hot topics in cycling, and there’s sure to be something that catches your attention. To coincide with the conference, the inaugural Velo‐fringe cycling festival will be held in Adelaide from 16 to 30 May 2014 featuring numerous community‐led events including bike rides, tours, visual art and design, children’s events, music and film.

2014 is the first time that the Velo‐city Global has come to the Southern Hemisphere so take this opportunity to be a part of world’s most influential international cycling planning network.

Conference early bird rates are available until 17 February 2014.

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RAC Bike Futures 2014

Event Date - 20-21 March 2014

Event Location - Perth

The RAC Bike Futures Perth Seminar highlights WA-based initiatives and showcases successful planning tools being used around the country. This year, speakers will lead discussion on how sustainable policy can be implemented and hurdles overcome.

A pre-seminar bike tour will be given the day prior, on 20 March, giving a first-hand look at Perth's biking infrastructure. The tour will be followed by an informal dinner and networking. The seminar will take place on Friday, 21st of March at the RAC Club of Western Australia from 9:00am-4:30pm. Informal drinks and networking to follow.

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25th International Cycling History Conference (Baltimore, USA)

Event Date - 6-9 August 2014

Event Location - Maryland Historical Society, 201 West Monument Street, Baltimore

This Conference is open to anyone interested in the history of cycling. There will be sessions devoted to the presentation of papers on all aspects of cycling history, there will be an exhibition of historically important bicycles and other objects connected to cycling history, and there will be a field trip to interact with some of the related objects in the vicinity of the Baltimore-Washington, D.C., area.

An optional Bicycle Ride Around Washington, D.C., will be held on 10 August.

The International Cycling History Conferences are held each year in a different city. Recent conferences have been held in Freehold, NJ, USA (2009); Prague, Czech Republic (2010); Paris, France (2011); Roeselare, Belgium (2012); and Lisbon, Portugal (2013).

 www.cycling-history.org