Velo-city 2017: the Global Cycling Summit, ended with a big bang on Friday June 16th with the VeloFest party at Sonsbeek Park. Since Rio de Janeiro will be your next host to organize Velo-city in 2018, this is our last testimony as an organisation.
In partnership with the ECF’s Scientists for Cycling network, Radboud University successfully organised this year’s edition of the network’s Scientific Colloquium at the margins of the Velo-city conference in Nijmegen.
Velo-city 2017 took off with record numbers and royalty
With more than 260 speakers from all over the world Velo-city started today not only with record numbers but also with a spectacular opening by His Majesty Willem-Alexander the King of the Netherlands.