On the 14th of June Velo-city will travel to Amsterdam to let you experience how it feels to be an Amsterdammer for a day. Together we will travel to Amsterdam on a special train, made available by the NS (Dutch Railways). In Amsterdam there will be a bike provided for you, during the tour you will be accompanied by a passionate bike professional or enthusiast from Amsterdam. We will end the day with a dinner and a party for all.
This breakout session is part of the Velo-city experience, but in order to join you have to register for this event (via the general conference registration or afterwards via My Velo-city). Please note that there are limited places available per route, so make sure to book a spot on your favorite route asap (deadline of registration is 31th of May)!
Velo-city 2017: the conference with a world class content programme and renowned speakers from all over the globe! Two venues, the exhibition, a state-of-the-art social programme, 12 exciting excursions in the wonderful Arnhem - Nijmegen Region and a great afternoon and evening in Amsterdam. There is even a special pre and post program available!
Food, drinks and entertainment. Outdoor sessions by bike! The Netherlands and the Arnhem-Nijmegen region are preparing Velo-city 2017. Networking with friends from over 80 countries! A ‘must’ for anyone who is involved in the dynamic world of cycling and cycling policy.
Registration is open! Register for the conference and book your hotel and flight.
Make sure to stay at least a full week to experience ‘The Freedom of Cycling’ in the Netherlands!
European Cyclists’ Federation’s Velo-city series of conferences is widely considered as the global cycling summit. The conferences are designed to encourage cycling as part of daily transport and recreation.
Velo-city has been hosted by cities such as Copenhagen, Brussels, Barcelona, Montreal, Nantes and Taipei. In 2017, delegates from across the globe will be welcomed to a region which is home to two of the most beautiful cities in the Netherlands: the Region Arnhem-Nijmegen! For a whole generation of cycling professionals this will be the first opportunity to get to know the Dutch practice in Cycling.