Cooperation: examples

  • Start conference in Örebro 2004

    The goal of the Baltic Sea Cycling project is to foster cooperation and discussion in the Baltic Sea Region about cycling as a means of transport, and to create attractive and sustainable townscapes. It is supported by the European Union within its Interreg III B programme.

  • Website

    The European Cyclists’ Federation was founded in 1983 by twelve bicycle user associations. It has now 48 member organizations in 36 countries. The members are active at local, regional and national levels.

  • Cities for Cyclists is a network of cities working to promote bicycle use in urban areas and encourage the exchange of knowledge. Policies and practices of “cyclefriendly” cities across Europe are spotlighted, thus encouraging others to follow suit.

  • MoCuBa-film: James Bond cycling

    MoCuBa is an Interreg III B project dealing with “Mobility Culture in the Baltic Sea Area”. The MoCuBa project wants to promote the sustainable modes of transport as part of a wider strategy – taking lifestyles into account.

  • The “Arbeitsgemeinschaft fahrradfreundliche Städte, Gemeinden und Kreise in NRW e.V.” is a group of bicycle-friendly cities, communities and counties in the most experienced and progressive region of Germany, concerning bicycle questions.