6th Winter Cycling Congress
February 8-11, 2018
Moscow, Russia
On February 8−11, 2018 the 6th Winter Cycling Congress will take place in Moscow. Agenda of the event will be expanded and include additional topics from the Moscow International Cycling Congress held since 2016.
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Apart from the traditional topics of building and maintaining infrastructure and promoting cycling in the cold-climate cities, the program of the 6th Winter Cycling Congress will include discussions about traffic code amendments, cycling economy, business engagement in advocating bicycle culture and other themes important to adress regardless climate.

On Sunday, February 11th, 2018 experience winter Moscow streets without cars and join the 3rd winter Moscow Bike Parade! Details coming soon.
Morten Kabell
Copenhagen, Denmark
Mayor of technical and environmental affairs in Copenhagen from 2014 till 2018

Sylvie Banoun
Paris, France
National Walking and Cycling Officer
Christophe Najdovski
Paris, France
Deputy mayor of Paris in charge of transports and public space

Tom Babin
Alberta, Canada
Journalist, author of Frostbike: The Joy, Pain and Numbness of Winter Cycling

Blanka Bracic
Calgary, Canada
Senior Transportation Engineer for the City of Calgary

Ayrat Khayrullin
Almetyevsk, Russia
Mayor of the city of Almetyevsk

Lars Strömgren
Stockholm, Sweden
President of the Swedish cycling advocacy association Cykelfrämjandet, vice president of the European Cyclists Federation (ECF)

Angela van der Kloof
Tilburg, the Netherlands
Senior consultant and cycling expert for Mobycon, an international consultancy based in the Netherlands and Canada

Main program
Congress centre Technopolis Moscow is a new place for variety of projects and all kind of events: from large-scale forums & corporate events to small presentations & one-on-one meetings.Congress center is presented in a high-tech design? equipped with innovative instrumentation, that is suitable for any kind of modern event activity.

Address: Volgogradsky prospect, 42, building 5
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