Annual Cycling Lectures - The Full List
Dublin Cycling Campaign has been the proud organiser of the Annual Cycling Lecture series since its inception in 2004. We have led the way in inviting in cycling experts from abroad with the aim of raising the level of understanding of how we can regenerate a strong cycling culture in Ireland. Below is a full list of annual lectures including additional ‘one-off’ lectures by experts in their fields and single/multi-day cycling conferences.
Reclaim the City - Moving Dublin’s Cycling Plans Forward - Time for a Radical Rethink?, Cllr. Ciaran Cuffe, Thu, 18th Sept 2014, The Wood Quay Venue.
Change is Possible - Lessons from Cycling City Berlin, A presentation by Burkhard Horn, Senate Department for Urban Development and the Environment, 2013 Bike Week presentation by Cyclist.ie & Dublin Cycling Campaign in co-operation with the Goethe-Institut Irland, Thursday 20th June 2013, The Edmund Burke Theatre, Trinity College Dublin.
Growing Cycling Participation and Closing the Gender Gap, Conference, Friday, June 22, 2012, Trinity College Dublin.
Cycling in cities – Are we really serious? – Phillip Darnton OBE. Mon 20th June 2011, TCD.
The Future of Urban Cycling – Dr. Peter Cox, University of Chester. Tue 2nd Nov 2010, Greenhouse, Dublin.
Building a Cycling Culture - A Sociological Exploration of the Issues – Dr. Dave Horton, Lancaster University. Thu 20th May 2010, Edmund Burke Theatre, TCD.
Making Cities Bicycle Friendly – Lessons from London for Dublin. Technical fixes, political leadership or vision: What really counts?, Koy Thomson, CEO, London Cycling Campaign. Thu 23rd April 2009.
Planning for Pedals - Dr. John Parkin, University of Bolton, TCD, Emmet Theatre, Thu 15th May 2008.
Elements of Crash Safety Relevant to Cyclists - Dr. Ciaran Simms, Mechanical Engineering Department, TCD; 18th May 2006, TCD.
Sustainable Transport Planning in Columbian and Brazilian cities - Mr. Jeroen Buis, Interface for Cycling Expertise (NL), 27th April 2005 (co-hosted with the Royal Town Planning Institute)
Intrigue, Uncertainty and Traffic Calming - Mr. David Engwicht from Creative Communities International, Thu 17th June 2004 (co-hosted with the Royal Town Planning Institute); Ormond Hotel, Ormond Quay.
Making Dublin a Bike-Friendly City Conference, Trinity College Dublin, April 30th – May 2nd 2004. A weekend-long international cycle planning conference targeted at users, designers and decision makers in the field of cycling promotion. Conference included 10+ speakers, 100+ delegates.
To suggest potential speakers or topics for future events, please contact us on info[at]dublincycling.ie
Note that we are currently updating the website to include an archive of the events we have run over the years. Further details of these events (to include papers/presentations as appropriate) will be uploaded to the site with links above.
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