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27. Juni, 18:06 Uhr

The second cycling tourism session brought together speakers from 5 different European countries, with a focus on cycle tourism data. Jesus Freire, Business Development Officer at the European Cyclists’ Federation, moderated the session. How can data address some of the main needs of cycle tourists? Properly collecting and analysing data impacts the development of long-distance cycling and the...

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26. Juni, 18:45 Uhr

The growth of cycling tourism over the past decade has meant that destinations have had to develop unique selling points in order to stand out in an increasingly crowded market place. During this session, we heard about the new products that have emerged in recent years in Europe and further afield.  The presentation showed how cycling tourism can be beneficial to local communities and cultural...

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27. Juni, 19:37 Uhr

Tourism is one of the world's largest economic sectors, supporting one in 10 jobs (319 million) and generating 10,4% of GDP globally. And cycle tourism, generating over €44 billion only in Europe, was the topic of a closing plenary of the 3rd day in Velo-city 2019 Dublin full of inspiring moments. At the end of the session, Adam Bodor took time to thank the National EuroVelo Coordination...

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17. Juni, 14:25 Uhr

The third day of Velo-city 2019 ends with an engaging discussion: ‘Cycle Tourism’!

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21. Mai, 09:24 Uhr

We continue our mini-interview series with the Velo-city 2019 Keynote Speakers! #VC19Keynote #MeetTheSpeakers #CyclingForTheAges Orla Carroll is Director of Product Development at Fáilte Ireland. She joined Fáilte Ireland in 2008 after working for over 10 years in the Telecommunications Industry.

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20. Juli, 13:09 Uhr

Strategic investments in sustainable tourism are essential to ensure a safe recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and to deliver on the commitments of the EU Green Deal.  Sustainable and active holidays 

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26. Januar, 14:33 Uhr

A new law adopted in France at the beginning of 2021 is set to boost the combination of bikes and trains in the country for decades to come. Developed in parallel to the European Regulation on Rail Passengers’ Rights and Obligations, which was approved on 1st October 2020, the French law will require there to be at least 8 bicycle spaces on most services.

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07. September, 09:25 Uhr

September is here and Summer holidays are behind us. As every year, cyclists took over the roads to discover their countries or to travel abroad, many of them opting for the bicycle&train combination. But this summer was not a usual one, with the COVID19 impacting the way we travel. Passengers in train are at record low while the number of people cycling set a record. How did it translate...

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10. Mai, 08:38 Uhr

We continue our mini-interview series with the Velo-city 2019 Keynote Speakers! #VC19Keynote #MeetTheSpeakers #CyclingForTheAges Ádám Bodor is currently the Advocacy and EuroVelo director of the European Cyclists` Federation.

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09. März, 15:50 Uhr

The deadline for the presentation of National Recovery and Resilience Plans (NRRP) is approaching fast. How do cycling investments feature in Member States’ draft plans? EU Member States are currently preparing their plans and outlining priorities for the funds that will be provided under the Recovery and Resilience Facility, part of the EU’s €750 billion COVID-19 pandemic recovery plan, the...

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17. Februar, 12:45 Uhr

According to a study by the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy published last week, 281,000 people were employed in the different sectors of the cycling economy in Germany in 2019. The cycle tourism sector alone stood for 204,000 jobs, and manufacturing, trade and cycling-related services for the remaining 66,000. In the last three sectors, employment grew by an impressive...