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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

Description

Cycling, also known as bicycling or biking, is the activity of riding a bicycle or other type of cycle. It encompasses the use of human-powered vehicles such as balance bikes, unicycles, tricycles, and quadricycles. Cycling is practised around the world for purposes including transport, recreation, exercise, and competitive sport.

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Organizations relating to Cycling

International Veteran Cycle Association / Dresden, Germany / Est. 1986
Oceania Cycling Federation / Prospect SA, Australia
Nordic Cycling Association / Jönköping, Sweden / Est. 1913
International Federation of Bike Messenger Associations / Est. 1994
European Cycling Union / Erlenbach, Switzerland
Association Internationale des Journalistes de Cyclisme / Champigny-sur-Marne, France
International Mountain Bicycling Association Europe / Harderwijk, Netherlands / Est. 2012
Confederation of the European Bicycle Industry / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2014
European Union Cyclists' Group
International Christian Cycling Club / Centennial CO, USA / Est. 1986
Brevets Randonneurs Mondiaux / Ecquevilly, France / Est. 1983
International Association of Esperanto-Speaking Cyclists / Maastricht, Netherlands / Est. 1980
World Cycling Centre / Aigle, Switzerland
Association européenne de cyclosport / Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France / Est. 2003
Bike for Peace / Oslo, Norway / Est. 1978
Asian Cycling Federation
Conseil du cyclisme amateur de l'UCI / Est. 1965
Confederación Sudamericana de Ciclismo
International Police Mountain Bike Association / Baltimore MD, USA / Est. 1991
International Union of Veterinary Cyclists / Portland OR, USA
Velo-Pro Europe
International Bicycle Touring Society / San Diego CA, USA / Est. 1964
Cykle- og Sportsbransjens Nordiske Komite
Internationale Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Wander-, Ski-, und Rettungswesen
BikeAbout / New York NY, USA
Association internationale du bicycle / Est. 1956
Wheels for God's World / Cape Town, South Africa / Est. 1995
International Cycling Team / Baardegem, Belgium
International Cycling Safety Conference / Est. 2012
European Cycle Logistics Federation / Manchester, UK
Arab Cycling Federation / Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Confédération africaine de cyclisme / Cairo, Egypt / Est. 1973
Union européenne de cyclotourisme / Ivry-sur-Seine, France / Est. 2002
Pedals for Progress / High Bridge NJ, USA / Est. 1991
Institute for Transportation and Development Policy / New York NY, USA / Est. 1985
Association of the European Two-Wheeler Parts' and Accessories' Industry / Est. 1960
Comité de liaison des fabricants européens de bicyclettes / Est. 1973
Union Cycliste Internationale / Aigle, Switzerland / Est. 1900
Cycling Industries Europe / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2018
MobilityData / Montréal QC, Canada / Est. 2019
Bikers Against Child Abuse International / Est. 1995
The Cyclists' Alliance / Est. 2007
Pan American Cycling Confederation / Havana, Cuba / Est. 1922
European Quadricycle League / Paris, France / Est. 1996
Winter Cycling Federation / Oulu, Finland / Est. 2013
World Bicycle Polo Federation / Bailey CO, USA / Est. 1987
International Cycling History Conference / Cologne, Germany / Est. 1990
Asian Cycling Confederation / New Delhi, India
Velo-city / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1980
CPA Women / Estavayer-le-Lac, Switzerland

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Action Strategies relating to Cycling

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Cycling
Constructing cycle routes
Developing bicycle industry
Planning for bicycle use

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