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Tue 16 Oct 2012, 7:00pm–8:00pm

Where: Bicycle Network, Level 4, 246 Bourke Street, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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We invite you to take this unique opportunity to hear about bike developments in the Netherlands and find out how the City of Den Bosch achieved the status of Dutch Cycling City of the Year.

Cycling is not just about bicycle paths and parking facilities, it’s about creating a positive environment in which the bicycle is accepted as the best mode of transportation. It’s about encouraging, enjoying and tempting people!

Koen van Waes is the Project Manager of the cycling improvement plan ”Fun in Cycling” Den Bosch.The plan involves considerable investment and the involvement of many organisations and people, helping Den Bosch to take major steps to stimulate the use of bicycles in the city and encourage a positive cycling environment. One of the key elements of the approach of the city is the cooperation with other fields of policy such as health, environment, tourism, sports and spatial planning.

Koen van Waes is the Bike Coordinator at the City of Den Bosch in the Netherlands. Den Bosch is the current Dutch Cycling City of the Year. Koen will be in Australia as one of the keynote speakers at Bicycle Network's Bike Futures Conference 2012, to be held at the MCG, 17 - 19 October.

The annual Bike Futures Conference has become the guiding light for Australasia’s community of bike thinkers and doers. The conference will discuss how to best provide bike infrastructure, essential for mobility, to changing the ways cities work. World leading experts as well as some of Australia’s leading practitioners will explain how to best respond to the issues confronting communities as they embrace the bicycle revolution.

The two and a half-day conference is presented by the Bicycle Network and hosted by Bicycle Network Victoria.