Full article 17th August 2018
With more and more of us living a gig lifestyle, the office can be anywhere with a power socket, an Internet connection and decent coffee. Whether a coworking space, a cafe, the local library or on-site with a client, there are any number of places you can call “home” at any given time.
For such a transient way of working, a bicycle is a great way of getting about, especially given the congested nature of most cities. Earlier this year a study from the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal) highlighted just how much more beneficial it is than other forms of transport … (click link above for the full article)
DATE AND TIME
Sat 24 November 2018
10:00 – 17:30 GMT
This is Cyclenation and Cycling UK’s annual campaigners’ conference, being hosted this year by Push Bikes in Birmingham.
This year’s conference will include information about Manchester’s Beelines, and the Low Traffic Neighbourhoods campaign by Living Streets and London Cycle Campaign. Wheels for Wellbeing will talk about their design guidance for inclusive cycling, and Cycling UK will be explaining their new national campaign for funding for cycling. We will also discuss communications strategies for campaigning, such as using social media and giving media interviews, and how to get our message across to political parties.